My Son Sanctuary is in Quang Nam Province, set in a small valley and surrounded by mountains about 60km from Hoi An. Out of the 225 Cham vestiges in Vietnam, this is one of the most prominent and signiﬁcant centers of major SE Asian Hindu shrines, with 71 catalogued monuments and 32 epitaphs – the content of which is still being studied.
Learn more about Vietnam’s spiritual heritage and explore the UNESCO-listed temples and vestiges.
Hoi An Ancient Town is one of the greatest attractions in Vietnam. With its ancient and charming old streets, famous tailoring shops, cultural attractions, nearby beaches and beautiful village landscapes, Hoi An and the surrounding area have something for everyone. A melting pot of history is reﬂected in the town’s architecture with a mixture of eras and styles. From wooden Chinese shop houses and places of worship, to colorful French colonial buildings, ornate Vietnamese tube houses and the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge with its pagoda.