My Son morning tour with Vietnamese lunch small group tour

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  • My Son morning tour with Vietnamese lunch
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My Son morning tour with Vietnamese lunch small group tour

Tour program: 7:30 am & return 1:30 pm.

In the morning at 7:30 am ,our guide and driver will pick you up at hotel lobby and then leaving Hoi An for My Son holy land and arriving at 8:30 am.

You’ll walk around  with our guide to see the historic and culture ruins of  the 13th century, and be brought back to the glorious time of the Champa civilization. During your visit to My Son, the guide will show you the remains of special brick tower, explain the origin and historical significance of the site including the meanings of each tower or monument.

We also enjoy the traditional Cham dance. They show local costumes and song with traditional  instrumental  accompaniment.

At 11 am  leaving My Son by minibus to local family for lunch. On the way back to hotel, we have 50 minutes  enjoy the fresh air and river view on the wooden boat. Tour end.

  • High lights :

– Honorably recognized as a world heritage in 1999

– Explore all temples  built and rebuilt  from 4th century to 13rd century

– Traditional cham pa show

– Boat trip on thu bon river

– Vietnamese lunch and have chance to  talk with local people.

  • What should you bring ?

– Hats/ caps, sun cream , sunglasses .

– Clothes that cover up elbows and knees are recommended

Tour included:

– English Guide

– Lunch

– Boat trip

– Pick up & drop off in Hoi An

Tour excluded:

– Pickup & drop off from Da Nang (can be booked as additional service at checkout)

– Ticket ( 150.000vnd )

– Personal expenses and drinks.

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1 review for My Son morning tour with Vietnamese lunch small group tour

  1. Sue

    A bus picked us up at our hotel in the morning and we headed to the My Son ruins with about 15 tourists. On the bus, Mr. Lee (guide) explained the history of the My Son ruins. Even at the My Son ruins, he explained each ruin carefully. I can’t speak English very well, but we enjoyed his explanations in easy-to-understand English. After having a home-cooked meal for lunch, we headed to Hoi An by boat. It was refreshing to be able to go sightseeing with people from various countries.

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