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Stop At: My Son Sanctuary, Duy Phu Commune, Duy Xuyen District Vietnam
See the amazing tower and temple complex bathed in the light of the rising sun. Watch the buildings change colour with the change in the strength of the sun rays. Appreciate the skill and craftsmanship of those that constructed and reconstructed the temple and tower complex over nine centuries. Understand the spiritual connection between the site and the Champa Kingdom
Our SunriseTour will help you to avoid the crowds, the sun and the noise from others, and is the perfect time to enjoy the tranquillity and spirituality of the site, which will be evident in your great photos.
Visit UNESCO World Heritage site, learning about the history of the site with your knowledgeable tour guides
Explore all temples built and rebuilt from 4th century to 13rd century
Marvel at the Hindu remains of tower-temples decorated in bas-relief.
Find out how the Cham people built the temples without using mortar
Learn about the Champa Kingdom and their relationship to the temples at My Son.
Enjoy the beautiful views of valley surrounding by jungles
History of My Son:
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 TraKieu, 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: 2 hours
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