My Son Overview

My Son, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Vietnam, is a captivating archaeological ensemble showcasing the remnants of an ancient Cham civilization. Nestled amidst lush jungles, the site features intricately carved temples and towers dedicated to Hindu deities. This historical treasure offers a glimpse into Vietnam's rich cultural and religious heritage, making it a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and an enriching inclusion in Vietnam trip packages.

My Son, nestled in the verdant landscapes of Vietnam, stands as a testament to the ancient Cham civilization's architectural prowess. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historical complex unveils a remarkable array of intricately carved temples and towers dedicated to Hindu deities. Dating back to the 4th to 14th centuries, My Son serves as a captivating archaeological site, offering visitors a glimpse into Vietnam's rich cultural tapestry. Amidst the lush jungles, the site's mystical ambiance and well-preserved structures make it an essential stop.

Highlights: The architectural and sculptural remnants greatly reflect history and style of art practiced by the indigenous Cham people of Vietnam. The masterpieces reflected here are indeed glorious. The duration and type of tour varies, but in most cases it takes approximately about 5 hours. The traditional Cham dance at the site is also a special highlight of the place. Real Champa artists will show three different types of dance. The ancient temples of the sanctuary are also worth the visit.

Price: The price of each tour varies, and the approximate cost is about 200, 700 Dong.

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