After 10 years of implementing conservation project, My Son’s ancient architecture of 4th century is almost completely restored. My Son Holy Land is also recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
My Son Holy Land of Champa Kingdom is recognized as a world heritage by UNESCO and well-preserved as the only evidence remaining of a thriving era of Cham culture.
On April 20 morning (the 21st day of the third month in lunar calendar), the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Khanh Hoa opened Po Nagar Festival 2014 in in Po Nagar Tower in Nha Trang. This festival appealed attention of thousands of people.
The World Heritage My Son or My Son Holy Land in Quang Nam Province has increasingly become more attractive to tourists, especially international students to learn more about Vietnamese culture.
The traditional village of Cham people in Ninh Thuan is the unique cultural identity attracting tourists when coming to Vietnam. The exhibition of the Cham traditional craft in Ho Chi Minh City will bring tourists the clear view of the beautiful culture.
On September 4th, 161 artifacts of Cham culture were introduced to visitors in an exhibition introducing archaeological work in Qua Giang River. The exhibition was held at the Museum of Cham Sculpture in Da Nang.
Poshanu Cham Tower is one of the most important relics of Cham culture in Central Vietnam. The Cham ruins are not just famous for its unique and sophisticated architectural patterns, but here is also a common place for cultural activities of Cham people.
My Son Sanctuary is regarded as one of the main religious centers of Hinduism in Southeast Asia. This is an architectural ensemble of unique tower-temples, which still hides numerous mysteries and strongly attracts both domestic and foreign tourists.