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This well kept secret is one of the most amazing gifts Hoi An has to offer the world! As as UNESCO World Heritage sight, it is well maintained. A museum at the entrance gives an overview of the area. Carts are available to take you...More
This was unexpectedly the highlight of our trip. Having been to Angkor Wat previously, I came with no expectations, and I came away truly impressed by these Cham Hindu temples dating over a 1000 years. Probably because the ruins are in the jungle and with...More
The temples date from the 8th and 14th Centuries, some have been slightly restored and others are quite ruined. You’ll also see the bombing craters from the Vietnam War. About 6 main temples in all with smaller ruins which I passed by. Everyone went in...More
This is my second visit to My Son, the first, nine years ago, was great. In the time since, my son has been ruined by absolutely terrible restoration work - courtesy of the Indian Archeological Survey. Whoever did the work must be totally ashamed of...More
Outstanding place to visit and see architecture dating back to the 7th century. Many building to see in this very large park with new ones being excavated ongoing. I was reminded of similar excavations at Siem Reap, Cambodia and Sukhothai, Thailand. This park is tastefully...More
The sanctuary is hidden in the mountains and is very peaceful. We had the luck to have it almost to ourselves at 4 pm.
An important detail you ought to know is the transport to the sanctuary itself - there is actually no bus that...More
I was really looking forward to coming here but with hindsight wish we’d gone even earlier in the morning- it was so hot!
We arrived at 9am and spent 3 hours looking around the museum first to learn about the buildings, Cham people and archeology...More
We visited early in the day and I'm sure that was a good ploy. Having spent the night before at the My Son Heritage Resort and Spa, we took a car to the site around 7am. We had the place almost to ourselves, with it...More
If you're staying in Hoi An for more than a few days, My Son is definitely worth seeing. About a 50 minute drive away, they show ruins of the old Champa people.
People compare this place to Angkor Wat - it's obviously a lot smaller...More