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Site Archeologique de My Son, Da Nang

Categories: Ruins, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Travel back in time and feel the history of Vietnam at Site Archeologique de My Son. Protected by UNESCO, the remains date back to the 4th century AD when it was the political and spiritual Champa Kingdom capital. Visit the place of worship for the god Shiva where many religious rituals took place during the time of the Champa kings in the temples which cover the area approximately 2 km (1.25 mi) wide. Enjoy the spiritual vibe of the complex as you walk freely, but bring sunscreen or an umbrella since temperatures can get high. Use our Da Nang tourist route planner to add Site Archeologique de My Son and other attractions to your Da Nang vacation plans.
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  • I had a great experience here. Beside the architecture, the story is matter, it is all about history. The forest inside also very cool, nice place 
  • If you come to Hoi An, You had to go to My Son Sanctuary . This is holyland off Champa Kingdom.Interesting places, many things that you never knew, you also enjoy Cham dances ^^! 
  • You visit My Son, the former capital of civilization Cham (from the fourth to the thirteenth century). It is only 20 magnificent ruins (archaeologists have divided them into ten groups of A, B, C,... and K). Groups A, B and C are the most visited. Don't forget to visit the Museum of My Son (included in the admission price) remarkable for good understand the site (information on the construction of temples, statues, sculptures and architecture, without forgetting the culture and way of life). A dance show takes place at the beginning of the visit, warning it can be very hot, do not forget drinks. A counselor.
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