General

The spectacular ruins of My Son were once home to the Champas who ruled Central Vietnam from c200AD to c1700AD.

Covering a vast area of Vietnam, My Son were the most important temples of the Champa Kingdom between the 4th and 13th century. Bricks were used to build the temples without the aid of mortar which were adorned with sculptures. Today the remains of a series of impressive tower-temples in this dramatic site offer a great opportunity to learn more about the history, architecture and art of the old Champa Kingdom.

Destination Vietnam
City Hoi An
Departure Location Hotel
Duration 4.5 hours

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