Beautiful place combining nature and old temples. Getting along to the tour guide to hear about interesting stories, structure, custom, culture of Champa . Tge weather is kinda hot there, so bring along hat, water to avoid the heat
About My Son Sanctuary
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There are no words to describe how awesome this place is. We went in and were able to see a few performances before we walked up through the sanctuary. The performance was vibrant and educational. I videoed the entire thing just so my family could...More
We went quite early however still missed the show which was disappointing. The ruins are so beautiful and they are trying to rebuild them which is great. They suffered a great deal of damage during the Vietnam war but are slowly being bought back to...More
To put this review in perspective, I must note that my wife and I really enjoy seeing old temples, and we have been to many different temples in southeast Asia. Although the My Son Sanctuary is certainly not as spectacular as many of the temples...More
Not being big fans of tours and bus rides we decided to hire scooters and ride from Hoi An to My Son it's a great way to see the local country side, can stop where and when ever you like. My Son is unfortunately a...More
Nice place to see even though it was completely destroyed by Amaricans. The place has history which should be remembered and US can be ashamed to destroy such a nice place. Cham's palaces must have been awesome but almost all were destroyed.
Tour with Go Asia to My Son was very good. Our guide was friendly and interesting, and we wouldn't hesitate to recommend her to anyone. We had a group of thirteen, and she made the tour very interesting.
Wear your hat as its very hot. The shuttle could have gone a little further so we could have avoided the heat exhaustion. The dance theater was interesting as was the ruins. Worth the effort.