Highlights :. Visit the lost champa kingdom in Viet nam History that comes from 2nd century to 15th century and learn about champa culture . Enjoy the beauty of valley surrounding by jungle and mountains . Explore the temples that were built and rebuilt from 4th century to 13rd century . Try to find down how did the cham people built the temple without using mortar. -Visiting Traditional Marble Handicraft carving at marble village to experience how local people is skillful. - Explore pagodas and the biggest Natural cave where used to be a hospital to treat vietnamese wounded soldiers and Viet Cong hiding during America war - Enjoy Stunning views from summit of mountain and admire a cluster of 5 small mountains following 5 important elements of universe : water,fire,wood,earth and metal.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: My Son Sanctuary, Duy Xuyen District, Quang Nam ProvinceMy Son Holyland:Visit UNESCO World Heritage site, learning about the history of the site with your knowledgeable tour guidesExplore all temples built and rebuilt from 4th century to 13rd centuryMarvel at the Hindu remains of tower-temples decorated in bas-relief.Find out how the Cham people built the temples without using mortarLearn about the Champa Kingdom and their relationship to the temples at My Son.Enjoy the beautiful views of valley surrounding by jungles.Nestling in a narrow valley surrounded by mountains, this temple and tower complex is a masterpiece of ancient Cham architecture.My Son consisted of 70 architectural works ranging from small to large buildings. My Son was the holy land of Cham people from the 4th to 13th century, dedicated mostly to the deities Shiva, Krishma and Vishnu. Today only about 20 temples remain due to destruction of the site during the war.In the 4th century, in King Bhadravarman’s time, after the construction of Tra Kieu, the religious centre of Cham kingdom was centred in My Son, and the site was used to welcome royal members, aristocrats and host important religious rituals.Continually developing over nearly nine centuries, My Son witnessed both the glorious and prosperous period of the Champa Kingdom as well as the Kingdom’s decline. Despite the fall of the Champa Kingdom, the Cham culture continues to survive.Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: The Marble Mountains, Da NangMarble Mountain – the five mountains are named after the five elements: Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth. You will be rewarded by the great city and ocean view and explore the natural caves, discovering the many hidden secrets of this amazing place and visit the holy pagoda.– Visit the holy pagodas and explore the natural caves where used to be a hospital to treat Vietnamese wounded soldiers and Viet Cong hiding during America war– Enjoy the stunning views from summit of mountain and admire a cluster of 5 small mountains following 5 important elements of universe : water fire, wood, earth and metal.– Visit the family Traditional Marble Handicraft carving at marble village to experience how local people are so skillful.Duration: 2 hours