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My Son is a collection of Hindu temples in central Vietnam that have been deserted and are in a state of partial collapse. These temples were built between the 4th and 14th centuries by the Kings of Champa, an Indianized kingdom that was ruled by the Cham people.

The worship of the god Shiva, who is known in the area by a number of different names, the most prominent of which is Bhadreshvara, is the purpose for which the temples were built. My Son can be found in the vicinity of the village of Duy Phu, in the administrative district of Duy Xuyên in Quang Nam Province in Central Vietnam. This location is approximately 69 kilometers to the southwest of Da Nang and approximately 10 kilometers from the historic capital of the Champa people, Trà Kieu. The temples are located in a valley that is approximately two kilometers wide and is encircled on all sides by mountain ranges. The valley at My Son was used as a location for religious ceremonies for the monarchs of the ruling dynasties of Champa from the 4th century AD up until the 14th century AD. It was also used as a place of burial for the Cham monarchy and national heroes throughout this time. The neighboring Cham cities of Indrapura and Simhapura were intimately connected to it due to their proximity. At one point in time, the location was home to more than 70 temples, in addition to numerous stele that featured historically significant inscriptions written in Sanskrit and Cham.

 

Your journey to Hoi An or Da Nang will be much more memorable if it includes a stop at the My Son Sanctuary. At this stunning location that is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, you may learn about the history of the ancient Kingdom of Champa.

The Sanctuary for My Son
The UNESCO World Heritage Site status was awarded to the My Son Sanctuary in December of 1999. This Cham tower complex is one of the most aesthetically pleasing and monumental Cham temples in Vietnam. Each temple was built in its own distinctive architectural style, which was a reflection of the several historical periods that the Champa kingdoms went through. Due to the destruction caused by natural disasters and conflict, just about twenty of these temple towers are still standing in My Son. Despite this, it continues to be a tourist destination that draws people from many other countries.

1. Where exactly is My Son Sanctuary located in Vietnam?
Location: in the Duy Phu village of the Duy Xuyen district in the Quang Nam province

2. What is the best way to get to My Son Sanctuary?
Approximately 69 kilometers separate My Son from Da Nang, while approximately 45 kilometers separate My Son from Hoi An Ancient Town. Therefore, it is possible to get to My Son Vietnam from either of these cities.

3. The cost of entry is 150,000 Vietnamese Dong (including the fees to My Son Sanctuary and the Champa Museum). This pricing is valid only for trips to My Son that are made on one’s own and do not include the services of a tour guide. The trip to My Son’s center and the art performance places comprises a two-kilometer-long electric car journey.
4. The store is open between the hours of 6:30 am and 5:30 pm (every day, including holidays and Tet)

5. By car: If you do not already have a multi-day excursion planned in Central Vietnam, we do not advise renting a car in order to travel to the My Son Sanctuary. Because Hoi An does not have any car rental agencies, you will have to pick one up at the Da Nang International Airport. A day’s worth of car rental will run you about $100.

6. If you ride a scooter, getting to My Son quickly and easily is possible. From Hoi An, follow Tran Hung Dao street to Hung Vuong street. After you have crossed the Vinh Dien River, take the first street on the left, which is Tran Quy Cap street, and keep going straight until you reach Quang Trung street. There will be signs pointing you in the direction of My Son, and you will see other travelers driving alongside you as you make your journey there.

7. Traveling there by bus: There are few public buses that travel between Hoi An and the My Son Sanctuary; however, these buses do not stop at the gates, making this mode of transportation the least time-effective option. Instead, you can make a reservation in advance on a shuttle bus that travels from Hoi An to My Son Sanctuary and returns at 1:45 p.m., which leaves at 8:30 in the morning. Although entrance tickets still need to be purchased, the price starts as low as $8, making it a cost-effective choice.

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HCMC, or Ho Chi Minh City to the locals, is one of the best cities to visit while in South Vietnam. As the country's most populous city, you'll get a taste of the city that never sleeps.
\r\nWhat to do in Ho Chi Minh City if you just have one day in the city? You've come to the perfect place!\u00a0 If you just have a short amount of time in Ho Chi Minh City, we've compiled a list of the most important sights and activities for you to take advantage of. Information about transportation and lodging is also available. This schedule helps you make the most of your one day by ensuring that you spend as much time as possible at each of the sights. Allow 6-8 hours for this trip.\r\n\r\nDon't worry, We take care of it. Due to your extensive travels, we won't cram too many sights into your one day in HCMC.\u00a0 You'll want to spend at least three days in this city, if not more, so that you may take your time and see everything, as well as go on multiple day trips. As a bonus, it's a good reason to return!\r\n\r\nJust how much information do we have on Ho Chi Minh? We've now been in HCMC for two years (nearly three). When we have guests here, we usually stick to this one-day agenda.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n[gdlr_core_dropcap type=\"square\" color=\"#ffffff\" background=\"#212121\"]W[/gdlr_core_dropcap]\r\n\r\nWhat's the best way to get to Ho Chi Minh?\r\nFrom either the domestic or international side, Tan Son Nhat International Airport is where most people fly into Ho Chi Minh City.\r\n\r\nDon't forget to apply for a visa in advance if you're coming from outside the United States. Check out this link to determine if e-Visas are accessible in your country of travel, as certain nations allow them. You cannot get a visa at the airport.\r\n\r\nThe first thing you'll have to do after getting off the plane is either receive your visa or wait in the immigration line. There are taxis (on the left side upon exiting the Arrivals gate), or you can phone a Grab car if you prefer.\r\n\r\nThe Domestic Airport side is where you'll be if coming from a city within Vietnam. Grab your checked luggage from the plane and head to the curb to hail a cab or Grab a car. (More details about transportation can be found in the section below.)\r\n\r\n[gdlr_core_dropcap type=\"square\" color=\"#ffffff\" background=\"#212121\"]O[/gdlr_core_dropcap]\r\n\r\nptions for Getting Around Saigon\r\nTaking a taxi or using a ride-hailing app like Grab is the most convenient method to get around Ho Chi Minh City. When hailing a cab, look for either a Mai Linh or a Vinasun, both of which operate with a meter. As there are phony cabs with similar names, double-check to be sure you're in the right one.\r\nOne of the best apps to have while traveling in Vietnam is the Grab app. As with Uber, you'll need to enter your beginning and ending locations into the app before requesting a ride. When it comes time to get there, you can take a motorcycle or a car. Credit cards can also be used to make a cashless purchase. Using Grab instead of a taxi can save you money, but beware of surge pricing when it's raining.\r\n\r\n[gdlr_core_dropcap type=\"square\" color=\"#ffffff\" background=\"#212121\"]W[/gdlr_core_dropcap]\r\n\r\nhat to See and Do in Saigon in One Day\r\nYou have the option of starting your sightseeing right away, or you can wait until you get at your destination.\r\n\r\nIn the event that you decide to spend the night in Ho Chi Minh City, you may wish to check into your hotel first.\r\n\r\nWhat's the point of us going to Ben Thanh Market so early in the day? It's considered lucky if you're the store's first customer of the day, according to folklore. You may be able to save a ton of money! Good deals and the word \"sale\" are two of our favorite things in the world.\r\n\r\nVentilation is another reason to visit this market in the morning. As the day progresses, the market becomes more and more stifling.\r\n\r\nSpend some time wandering the store to get an idea of what you want to buy. After a while, all of the merchants' products start to appear the same.\r\n\r\nYou'll have to utilize your negotiation abilities if you want something because products don't have a price tag. Because the vendor's initial pricing is frequently exaggerated, you can keep presenting lower rates until the dealer accepts.\r\n\r\nIf you'd rather not haggle, look for merchants with \"set prices\" on the periphery of the market. The \"fixed pricing\" signage will be visible.\r\n\r\nHCM City, Phuong Ben Th\u00e0nh Ward 1, District 1, HCM City, Vietnam 700000\r\nthe store is open from seven in the morning till seven in the evening.\r\n\r\n[gdlr_core_dropcap type=\"circle\" color=\"#ffffff\" background=\"#212121\"]B[/gdlr_core_dropcap]\r\n\r\nen Thanh Market has a cyclo rental service.\r\n\r\nIn addition to visiting Notre Dame Cathedral, the Central Post Office is a great place to see.\r\n\r\nOne hour is required for this task.\r\nTake a Grab or walk for around 12-15 minutes to get to the central post office, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Book Street in Ho Chi Minh City. You can modify the sequence in which you visit these attractions because they are all just a few steps away from each other.\r\n\r\n[gdlr_core_dropcap type=\"square\" color=\"#ffffff\" background=\"#212121\"]A[/gdlr_core_dropcap]\r\nmust-see is the Central Post Office.\r\nLocated in the heart of the city, it's a beautiful golden yellow structure with French architecture.\r\nThere are two big maps on the left and right top walls, plus a large image of Uncle Ho on the back wall, as you enter the building.\u00a0 It's possible to sit in what were formerly phone booths.\r\nFixed-price souvenir shops are accessible in the city. They contain a lot of the same items as Ben Thanh Market, but they're a lot more focused on toys, wallets, bags, and coffee.\r\nWhat if you'd like to send a postcard to a loved one or a friend? Do that right here! In one of the souvenir stores, buy a postcard, sit down at a table, and begin writing. There were two to three weeks between when we mailed a postcard back home and when it arrived.\r\nThe Central Post Office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, is one of the city's most notable landmarks.\r\nHo Chi Minh City's Central Post Office is a must-see throughout your three-day stay.\r\nOne of our favorite parts of Ho Chi Minh City is Book Street (ng S\u00e1ch Th\u00e0nh Ph H Ch Minh). I think it's an underappreciated location and a lovely street to walk down. You'll enjoy the peace and quiet and the sight of the street is covered by a canopy of tall trees. It's a great place to take a break from the heat and enjoy some shade.\r\n\r\nThe little bookstores are a great place to pick up a few souvenirs and books. There are books in Vietnamese and English that are often discounted. Journals, birthday cards, and canvas tote bags are just a few of the souvenirs you'll find at the museum store.\r\nPedestrians and bookworms alike will be able to roam the streets in peace thanks to the absence of motorbikes. As a bonus, there is an outside cafe where you may rest.\r\nThe Central Post Office is a short walk from Book Street. Turn right after leaving the Central Post Office and proceed for a little distance. Behind McDonald's, you'll find this street.\r\n\r\nHo Chi Minh City's Notre Dame Cathedral (Nh\u00e0 th c B\u00e0 S\u00e0i Gn) is a well-known Catholic church. The French built it between 1863 and 1880, and it's a popular spot for tourists to soak in the architecture and snap photos. For the time being, the church is closed for renovations. It is expected to reopen in 2023.\r\nJust go across Book Street or Post Office to reach Notre Dame Cathedral. The church is situated right in the midst of the road..\r\n\r\nThis is the address for The Cathedral of Notre Dame: 1 C\u00f4ng x Paris, Bn Ngh\u00e9, Qun 1, Hanoi\r\n\r\nOne of the most recognizable sights in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, is the Notre Dame Cathedral. Because of the ongoing restoration work, the outside of Notre Dame Cathedral looks stunning.\r\n\r\nTake a break for lunch.\r\nNeeded time: 1 to 1.5 hours\r\nAfter a long day of walking, you could be hungry. To help you decide if you need a lunch break, here are two options:\r\n\r\nMy Banh Mi - Delicious Vietnamese sandwiches (b\u00e1nh m) and fresh juices and smoothies are served at this little eatery. The nicest feature is that the Central Post Office is right across the street.\r\nAddress: 57 Nguy\u1ec5n Du, B\u1ebfn Ngh\u00e9, Qu\u1eadn 1, H\u1ed3 Ch\u00ed Minh 70000\r\n\r\nThe sizzling mini pancakes (b\u00e1nh kht) and the sizzling Vietnamese pancakes (b\u00e1nh x\u00e8o) can be found at B\u00e1nh Kht C\u00f4 Ba Vng T\u00e0u. For those unfamiliar with Vietnamese cuisine, this is a good place to start. If you'd like, you can smother your pancake in fish sauce and garnish it with fresh herbs and greens. Yum! The Central Post Office is about a 10-minute walk away (about 600 meters, or around 0.38 miles).\r\n\r\nTo get in touch, please use the following address: 40B Trn Cao V\u00e2n, Phuong 6, Quan 3, Th\u00e0nh Phu H\u00e0 Ch Minh, Vietnam\r\n\r\nPancake (banh xeo) filled with bean sprouts and shrimp and rice cakes on the side are on the table (banh khot)\r\n\r\nB\u00e1nh Kht C\u00f4 Ba Vng T\u00e0u is a great place to eat a nice supper.\r\n\r\nNguyen Hue Street is a good place to start.\r\n30 minutes to an hour or more is required.\r\nIn the center of District 1, Nguyen Hue Walking Street (Ngu\u00ean Hu\u00ea) is a lateral pedestrian walkway. It is 900 meters/.5 miles long and is flanked by restaurants, cafes and shops.\r\n\r\nBecause there is no place to rest under a tree or cover from the sun, the street is rather quiet in the afternoon. Locals and tourists alike use the area as a place to socialize in the evenings. Visitors can expect to observe hawkers selling refreshments and food, youngsters playing and costumed individuals (ie: Elmo or Monkey King). At least 20,000 VND/ $.90 is required to pose for a picture with one of the characters.\r\nYou can branch out to other parts of town based on your interests from the walking street.\r\nAs you look at the Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee in the background, you'll get a sense of the city's political history.\r\n\r\nVisit the Saigon Skydeck of the Bitexco Financial Center to see an observation deck.\r\nAddress: 22 Nguy\u00ea\u0303n Hu\u00ea\u0323, B\u1ebfn Ngh\u00e9, Qu\u1eadn 1, H\u1ed3 Ch\u00ed Minh 700000\r\n\r\nStop at the Ho Chi Minh statue on Nguyen Hue Street during your one-day stay in Ho Chi Minh City. President Ho Chi Minh's Bronze Statue is right in front of City Hall\u00a0 a beige French-style structure\r\n\r\nCoffee/tea breaks are a good idea.\r\n30 minutes up to an hour\r\nThe climate in Ho Chi Minh City is hot and muggy throughout the year. Throughout the year, temperatures are likely to range between 30 and 32 degrees Celsius (86 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit). Visiting during the dry (November-April) or wet season is the only difference (May-October). A break at a coffee shop or tea house is the ideal way to cool off in the oppressive summer heat.\r\nCentral Ho Chi Minh City is a great place to visit because there are so many coffee shops to select from.\r\n\r\nFinding a little cafe and sitting on the sidewalk in lawn chairs or squatty chairs is the traditional method to consume coffee in the area. Face the street and enjoy an iced Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk (c\u00e0 ph\u00ea sua) while people-watching.\r\nYou can also go to a coffee shop like Cong C\u00e0 Ph\u00ea, Highlands Coffee, Phuc Long, and Tea, or Trung Nguy\u00ean Legend, which are all chains. If you like Starbucks, that is an alternative. Coconut beverages from Cng C\u00e0 Ph\u00ea are some of our favorites! The coffee is fine, but it's still a nice change of pace. If you're curious, Trung Nguy\u00ean Legend also serves coffee made from weasel dung.\r\nIn Ho Chi Minh City, there are numerous Taiwanese milk tea establishments for individuals who want a cup of brew. Nguyen Hue and Huy Thuc Khang Street are home to popular eateries like Koi, Gong Cha, and Yi Fang.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n6. Take a food tour or dine out in the evening.\r\n\r\nAmount of time: 2+ hours\r\n\r\nYou may feel hungry at this point in the day. 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To mark the 62nd anniversary of the beginning of the tourism business in Vietnam, the Vietnam Administration of Tourism has released a new video clip titled \"Live Fully in Vietnam,\" with the theme \"Wonders of Vietnam\" (9th July 1960 - 9th July 2022). This film portrays Vietnam as a modern, dazzling destination full of breathtaking treasures that would leave tourists with lasting impressions.

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From the stunning Ban Gioc Waterfall to the picturesque Trang Bridge, \"Live Fully in Vietnam - Wonders of Vietnam\" is a visual feast lasting 1 minute and 31 seconds. An endless, lively, and attractive beauty of Vietnam tourism is created by the country's landscape, which ranges from the historic Hue Imperial Citadel to the poetic Hoi An Ancient Town to the meditative My Son Sanctuary, and from the peak of Fansipan Mount, the roof of Indochina, to Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh and the heavenly resorts of Phu Quoc and Nha Trang.

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The spectacular Ha Long Bay, a true wonder of the natural world, is open to tourists without charge. Visitors can take a deep breath of fresh air and relax in the expansive area afforded by the ocean and rocks here. Boarding a sailboat and taking in the sights of the Trang An Landscape Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site, while listening to the splash of oars in the water is a truly unforgettable experience. To experience what lies beyond the 3,143-meter-high Fansipan summit.

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Between the highs and lows of the Vietnam Wonders tour, guests can take a mental and emotional breather at My Son Sanctuary. The ancient realm complex is hidden behind a series of mountains and features its own distinctive architecture, which has served to preserve the secrets of the past and the cultural and aesthetic values that have crystallized over time. Tourists follow historical trails to destinations like Hue and Hoi An, where they may marvel at the country's priceless cultural relics.

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Son Doong Cave is the largest natural cave in the world, so why not send your most daring tourists on a journey to debunk its myths? Ancient forests, underground rivers, and a climate all its own can be found within that wonderful space. The huge size and rough nature of the landscape here are guaranteed to pique the interest of adventurers from all over the world.

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For the first time in Vietnam, tourists can dive into the deep blue water with thousands of unique sea creatures using Vinpearl's tourist submarine. This is in addition to seeing the complete show of gorgeous natural scenery and delving into the depths of the country's history and culture.

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Because of its abundance of natural and cultural resources, Vietnam is ranked highly by the World Economic Forum (WEF). Because of its many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Vietnam is certain to provide its guests with first-rate goods and services as well as amazing adventures. While the tourism sector has been working hard to get back on its feet, it has become clear that a major contributor to the country's success in attracting visitors from far and wide is the creation of novel and distinctive products, as well as the renewal and improvement of existing offerings.

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