You’ll start the journey to My Son to contemplate the relics of the Hindu Cham, a remote civilization who ruled over Central Vietnam in the Middle Ages. Upon arrival, you’ll visit the museum to understand why these pre-Angkorian ruins of My Son were recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. You’ll then take a short transfer by electric car from the museum toward the ruin site where you’ll be free to look around and discover the artistry made by the Cham people.
After that you’ll make your way to Hoi An. Hoi An still exudes the feeling of an anachronistic yet alluring and thriving medieval trading port in Southeast Asia complete with numerous historic buildings, lantern-lit alleyways, bustling markets, expert tailors, artisan shops, old residences and dazzling temples. You’ll discover its beauty by taking a leisurely stroll through the quaint streets and diminutive alleys with your local, knowledgeable guide. You’ll also visit the famed Japanese Bridge, the Fujian Congregation Hall, a UNESCO-protected shophouse and the handicraft center.
- Private vehicle.
- English speaking tour guide.
- Entrance fees: Hoi An old town, My Son UNESCO site.
- Lunch at a local restaurant.
- Wet tissue and drinking water.
- Tips for driver and guide.