My Son Holy Land – Vietnam

My Son Hindu Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the southern portion of Vietnam, is a notable example of the ancient Champa culture. It was an independent state from roughly the 2nd century until it was overrun by Vietnam in the 17th century.

In the midst of a tropical jungle setting, the spectacular Hindu-themed ruins exhibit many exquisite stone sculptures, temples, and towers. To assist you have a wonderful trip from Tien Sa port (Da Nang) or Chan May port (Hue) to My Son Sanctuary, Premium Travel Vietnam (PTV) organize My Son Sanctuary Shore Excursion.

My Son Private Shore Excursion Program:

my son sanctuary shore excursion

My Son Sanctuary in Quang Nam Province

Firstly, in the morning we will come and meet you up at the Tien Sa port or Chan May port and then we will begin My Son Sanctuary Shore Excursion. Hence, we then transfer you directly to My Son Holy land. On the way, we will pass by Da Nang city – the best city to live in Vietnam. Thus, Da Nang is a hub of economy, education, science, medicines of Central Vietnam. Then we continue our trip to My Son Holy land.

So, My Son Sanctuary is located in Duy Phu commune, Duy Xuyen district, 69 km south of Da Nang, lies in a valley with 2km in diameter. In the old times, My Son was the ceremonial offering site for Cham people and their royal family. Especially, My Son is known as a principal Hindu religious center in Southeast Asia and its first of this kind in Vietnam.

In addition, My Son is an example civilization of Asia that disappeared. According to statistics, the Cham people built My Son in the 4th century. In many centuries, My Son had been added a lot more Hindu temples and became a main relic site of Cham culture in Vietnam. In addition to the function of ceremonial offering site, My Son also became a cultural and religious center for many Cham dynaties and burial place for Cham kings and priests.


Mysterious My Son Sanctuary

More importantly, My Son had both Indian architectural and cultural influences. Thus, depending on ancient texts described on stele, people said that My Son ever had a wooden temple in the 4th century. So, the technique of building temples in My Son has been mysterious for many years and centuries. So far, people have not known the exact material to glue bricks and method to bake bricks of the Cham people.

Especially, by material of sand stones and baked bricks, the Cham people, in many centuries, built up an unique complex of temples and towers. The main temple is used to worship Linga-Yoni, a symbol of creation and fertility. Next to it are the other ones to worship the other gods or died Kings.

my son sanctuary shore excursion

Amazing My Son Holyland

Although the war damaged a lot of temples but My Son today is still a masterpiece marking former glorious time of Cham architecture and of Southeast Asia.

On arrival in My Son, My Son Sanctuary Shore Excursion continues with golf cart transfer then spend around 45 mins to visit  many groups of Hindu temples in My Son such as B, C, D, G. When we finish, we go out and then we take you back to the port. On the way back, we might stop at My Khe Beach for you to take some photograph. Then our My Son Private Shore Excursion will come to an end here.

How interesting My Son Sanctuary Shore Excursion from Tien Sa port?


Must – see attraction: My Son Sanctuary

When you book this My Son Sanctuary Shore Excursion, you can have a deep concern and understanding about Champa culture in Vietnam. Thus, it was a glorious civilization ever existed in central Vietnam. So, it is enjoyable tour for you to admire the beauty of forest in My Son with beautiful view.

Besides, we together discover antiquity of Cham Hindu temples and try to figure out how they built such an amazing complex that still standing strong today. On the way home, we stop at one of the most beautiful beaches in the world in Da Nang – My Khe beach. From here, visitors can have a whole view of highest Lady Buddha Statue (Goddess of Mercy) in Vietnam. This My Son Sanctuary Shore Excursion is a must – do one from Tien Sa port.

My Son Sanctuary Shore Excursion from Chan May port Price?

Kindly contact us at or call/text us through Whatsapp/Viber at 0084 979613777 for more details and assistance about My Son Sanctuary Shore Excursion from Chan May port. We will help you out and always at your service 24/7.


Tour inclusion Tour exclusion
– 4 – seat private car with air conditioning

– Experienced driver

– English speaking guide

– Entrance ticket

– Cold water and wet tissue

– Lunch


– Travel insurance

– Other expenses

– Soft drinks and beverages

– Tips and gratuities

Things to bring Travel tip

-Fully charged camera; Sun cream; Climbing shoes; Caps/hats; Sun glasses; Insect spray


In months of October, November, December, January, February; it normally rains in My Son, let’s bring rain coats with you. For the rest of the year, it is usually hot and humid.



  • Tour departs from Tien Sa seaport and is conducted in good weather. We will not organize the tour in case of bad weather.

Children policy

  • FOC for children under 5 years old
  • 50% charge for children from 6 to 12 years old
  • Full charge as adults for children over 12 years old


How do you book My Son Sanctuary Vietnam Cruise Excursion?


Spectacular My Son Holy Land – central Vietnam

So if you come to Da Nang seaport and would like to find a professional tour operator/travel agent for My Son Sanctuary Vietnam Shore Excursion, do not hesitate to contact us as follows:

Premium Travel Vietnam


Whatsapp/Viber: 0084 979613777

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