Hoi An to My Son Sanctuary by Private Car
My Son Holy Land (Read More >>>) were built of clay bricks by of the Chams between 4th – 13th century and it is unbelievable how these people constructed the temples with so few materials. My Son was always the religious heart of the Cham people and indeed, before and up to the 15th century, this unique site was as important as Ankor Wat of Khmer People in Cambodia.
How to Get from Hoi An to My Son? Distance from Hoi An to My Son Holy Land is 45 km, it takes 1 hour 15 minutes by Shuttle Bus, Taxi, Grab Car or Motorbike. You can also Get to My Son Cham Ruined from Hoi An by Boat on Thu Bon River with Shuttle Bus on Daily Group Tour departing from Ancient City of Hoi An. Book Hoi An Private Car Transport Service with Experienced Driver to Visit My Son Sanctuary with the Cheapest Deals if you do not want to join Group Tours.
Cham People Traditional Dancing in My Son Sanctuary
Agreed Time: Our Friendly and Experienced Driver will pick you up from your hotels in Hoi An and depart for My Son Holy Land by Private Car. Distance from Hoi An to My Son Samctuary is about 45 Km and it usually take about 1 hour 15 minutes if without trafic.
After arrival, you driver can help you to buy entry ticket and arrange a local English speaking guide (not included) to discover the ruined tower complex. Today, you can also have chance to enjoy Cham Traditional Dancing as they schedule 3 shows of dancing a day at: 09:30AM, 10:30Am and 02:30PM. Each of the show takes about 30 minutes.
After Sightseeing Tour in My Son, our driver will drive you back to your hotel or anywhere in Hoi An and we finish our fantasstic day trip of sightseing Transfer Hoi An to My Son.
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