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Between the 4th and 13th centuries a unique culture which owed its spiritual origins to Indian Hinduism developed on the coast of contemporary Viet Nam. This is graphically illustrated by the remains of a series of impressive tower-temples located in a dramatic site that was the religious and political capital of the Champa Kingdom for most of its existence – My Son Sanctuary


My Son sanctuary: around 50km far from Hoi An in West


Learn a bit of culture and religion of Champa dynasty

Touch featured mixture of Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese culture in one of World Cultural Heritage Sites – Hoi An town   

Recommended what to bring:

Sun block, camera, insect repellent, wide brim hat, sun glasses, short pants, sport shoes

08:00am Leave your hotel and drive about 50km from Hoi An to the My Son sanctuary. This was the site for religious ceremonies of kings of the Champa dynasty, and was also a burial place for Champa’s royalty and national heroes. The My Son temples are one of the largest Hindu complexes in south east Asia and are a premier heritage in Vietnam. Though much of the complex has been destroyed over time, we can still see many majestic ruins of temples and learn what archaeologists can tell us about the deep history in this area.

Afterwards, we head back to Hoi An for relaxing lunch at traditional chicken rice house. If luckily, you have a chance to listen to the house’s host about this food story or try other local reputation foods like Vietnamese bread, Cao Lau,...if you wish

In afternoon, let’s stretch your legs through Hoi An ancient town. Visit Chinese community assembly hall, Hoi An local market, Tan Ky ancient house, Japanese Bridge Temple. Then, fin a seat on top of cafe in town, refresh by local cocktail or traditional Vietnamese coffee. Walk back to hotel at 4 or 5pm. End of services.

Tour price per person















  • Lunch: local food
  • Travel in an appropriate air-conditioned vehicle with an experienced driver
  • The services of an experienced English-speaking guide
  • All entrance fees
  • 02 mineral water bottles/pax
  • VAT (government tax)



  • Beverages, guide gratuities and personal expenses
  • Travel Insurance
  • Surcharge in peak season (Christmas & New Year)


*VALIDITY: 01/01 – 31/12/2020


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