My son Holy land


My Son is somewhat of an arduous journey to get out there, but is well worth the effort. My Son will give you a little taste of what it must have been like for the Cham people as there are still a few remnants of their temples and houses .Many of the structures are overgrown with dense vegetation but you can get inside some of them.


Our guide will come to meet you at your hotel at 8.00 am. Drive to My Son, a World Heritage, 50 km southwest of Hoi An. Located in a lush valley, My Son was a religious center of Cham people, as well as a burial place for Cham royalty and national heroes. The Mỹ Sơn temple complex is regarded one of the foremost Hindu temple complexes in Southeast Asia and is the foremost heritage site of this nature in Vietnam, now remaining with red brick towers and sanctuaries. Firstly, you will enjoy the attractive and charming dances of Champa, then discover the mystery of My Son Holyland by the red brick towers and sanctuaries from the 4th to 13rd century AD. It was recornised the world heritage from 1999 by UNESCO

On the way back, the bus will stop at the Boat Station. The boat takes you to cruise on Thu Bon river, the famous river of Quang Nam formerly named CHO CUI River where was an important Vietnamese trading centre in the 16th and 19th centuries of South-East Asian.

You will also servey a view green fields of corn and mulberry on the river, then the boat make a stop in the carpentry workshop where carpenters create hand crafted furniture and sculptures as well as a range of souvenirs. Afterwards you will explore peaceful rural village life with fishing boats and ferry boats in crowds. Coming back by boat at 15.00


Private tour





3 - 4 PAX

5 - 6 PAX

7 - 8 PAX








(Seasonal prices apply and will be confirmed when booking! All rates are quoted in US$/person) 


Tour price includes:

  • Transportation, hotel pick up
  • English speaking guide
  • Entrance fee

Tour price excludes:

  • Travel Insurrance
  • Drinks
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping is at customer discretion