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All reviews angkor wat da nang vietnam war tour guide worth a visit bomb craters private car early in the morning ancient ruins champa kingdom sunrise tour half day tour entrance fee restoration work cham culture on site boat ride
We went to see My Son in the early morning. We booked our tickets through get your guide and were a bit skeptical how it would work out but everything ended up very well.
We got our mobile tickets right away and tour company even...More
Beautiful and peaceful. Wonderful to see the ancient buildings and to be able to enter them and wander amongst the ruins.
So sad to see the destruction caused by bombing.
There is an interesting Vietnamese culture show prior to visiting the ruins.
Wear insect repellent...More
We travelled to My Son with a private tour. We tried to make it an adventure for our children. They likely loved the bomb craters more than the ruins. I enjoyed the history behind the sanctuary. Please keep in mind that the war was not...More
A good dose of history. Smaller than Angkor Wat but still worth to visit if you are in the area.
As everyone is saying, it's really hot & humid there, so head covering, sun screen & fan is a must.
They recently paved the walkway...More
A world UNESCO site so when in this area you should ensure you make a point of visiting
Wear walking shoes, sun cream and bug spray and take your time to enjoy the work And history of the location
A guided tour will help understand...More
The remains are really quite inspiring as structures in themselves but without a guide I’m not sure you’d be able to really understand much about the significance of the site.
We went at midday to avoid the crowds but my word it was hot -...More
We left our hotel in Hoi An before 6 AM. We missed the sunrise but got there before all the tour buses arrive. We were planning on getting a guide there, but the tour office was closed. There was no office hours listed at the...More
Went there on the way to the airport in Da Nang. Arrived there by 12:00. Way too hot...was struggling with the walk. Credit to the Vietnamese...they had an electric shuttle bus for part.
About the ruins....unfortunately they were damaged during the war. They are trying...More
This place should be part of anyone bucket list. So impressive and rich.
Of course if you start comparing, it will feel short against Angkor Wat but every culture is unique and special.
My strong suggestion is to get a good guide.
great religious site of the ancient Champa Kingdom. Worth to see because of the Hindu temples which are unique in this region. This is a lot smaller and impressive than Angkor, so do this before you go to AW.