My Son Holy land by Jeep
My Son Holy Land possesses various cultural values which it is worth vising and exploring Southeast Asian culture generally and ancient Cham culture specifically. Although some towers have been destroyed by time and the wars, the remaining sculptural and architectural remnants still reflect the style and history of the art of the Cham people. Their masterpieces mark a glorious time for the architecture and culture of the Cham, as well as of Southeast Asia. With the drive on restored army Jeep to the countryside, the trip is certainly unforgettable for you.
per adult from
Hotel pickup available
What's included :
- Jeep with drivers (one Jeep could hold 04 adults: driver + 03 passengers or driver + 01 tour guide + 02 passengers)
- English speaking local guide (01 guide/group)
- Drinks in Jeep (water, beer)
What's excluded :
- My Son holy land was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Many parts of the sanctuary have been ruined by both time and war but it is still worth witnessing the amazing religious structure and getting to understand the unique Cham culture. The road to My Son on restored army Jeep to the countryside is also unforgettable.
Pick you up at hotel in Danang or Hoian, the Jeep will send you to My Son Holy Land by driving through green countryside with several stops for you to have closer look at local life and photograph.
Upon arrival, you will have a brief introduction about the history, culture and Indian Hinduism influence on the Champa Kingdom, then take a walk to visit the remains of the carefully-crafted red brick temples with monuments and epitaphs which are considered unique and without equal in South East Asia (as cited from the UNESCO).
Return to your jeep, transfer back to your hotel. Trip concludes.
Departure Point :hotel
Departure Time :
Tour starts: 8.30am or 2.00pm
Return Detail :-
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.