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Hoi An - My Son Sanctuary 1 Day Tour

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Hoi An is situated on the banksides of Thu Bon River, about 30 km to the south of Da Nang City. Hoi An – now an Eastern oriental marvel – used to emerge as one of the key trading harbors in Southeast Asia in the 16th century. Hoi An carries irresistible charm created from unique cultural characteristics: festivals, architecture, and traditional villages. Chăm Pa culture had great influences on Vietnam’s cultural values of significance. The once capital of Cham Pa Kingdom from 4th to 15th century was “My Son Sanctuary" or "Valley of Kings" by French historians. Join Conical Travel to see what are the stories behind these destinations.

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Stop At: My Son Sanctuary, Duy Phu Commune, Duy Xuyen District Vietnam

Morning, at 8.00, Our guide picks you up at hotel and leave Hoi An for visiting My Son Holly Land – the ruins of Cham people and was an imperial city during Cham dynasty. Here you can have more chance to explore and understand of technique of Old Cham people in making red bricks to build Tower which still now a secret to everyone, you can see a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 65 architectural works. It also surprises for those who are curious with architectural art. In 1999, UNESCO labeled the Cham architecture in My Son as a World Cultural Heritage Site. Moreover, you have chance to enjoy traditional music performed by Cham girls in their colorful uniforms.

Afternoon, we will discover the city of Hoi An by foot. The historic town which used to be a prosperous seaport city from the 16th to 18th centuries is now a beautiful city that can’t be missed while touring the South East Asian region. While walking through the city, we will visit Hoi An’s Colorful Local Market, Tan Ky Old House, Fu Jian Assembly Hall, and the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge. Travelers can also see local residents raise silkworms and produce silk for Hoi An’s burgeoning textile industry.

Duration: 8 hours