HOI AN CITY & MY SON SANCTUARY
My Son – Japanese Bridge – Vietnamese former merchants’ house
Being a World Heritage in Vietnam of magnificent beauty, Hoi An and My Son are ideal destinations for visitors. Specially, a day spent in both is a perfect mixture of cultural exploration and open-air activities to join. The My Son Holy Land, 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge, the Phuc Kien Assembly Halls and the local fish market will be the unforgettable name in your mind because of their attraction. Making your own lanterns – a specialty in Hoi An – in local family will be also an interesting and truly experience. Don ‘t hesitate to take the tour and take some photos saving beautiful memories.
Discover World Heritages in Vietnam: Hoi An and My Son
Opportunity to make your own traditional lanterns as a gift
Hoi An is a small town in Central Vietnam famous for its wooden houses, family chapels, Assembly Halls and for its silk shops. In the morning, take a private car from Hoi An Town to My Son Holy Land, a World Heritage, 50 km southwest of Hoi An.
Located in a lush valley, My Son was a capital and religious center of Cham people, now remaining with red brick towers and sanctuaries. My Son, considered being in the same league as some of Southeast Asia’s greatest archaeological sites, including Angkor in Cambodia, Bagan in Myanmar, Ayutthaya in Thailand and Borobudur in Indonesia. Then take a light excursionafter lunch to go around tiny town of Hoi An for 400 years old, 300 years old Chinese temple, 200 years old Vietnamese former merchants’ house.
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Size of Group
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Inclusions: Private car, Entrance fees, English speaking guide, Lunch, Mineral water & wet tissue.
Exclusions: Insurance, Personal expenses, Tip