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.
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.
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.
Each region in Vietnam has different traditional rituals bearing specific features of this region. Among them, worshipping Cham Goddess of Cham people in Quang Nam is a distinctive ritual that contributes to enriching identity of Vietnam culture.
My Son sanctuary is the typical example of local culture and foreign culture, mostly Indian culture. The architecture of My Son presents the development process of Cham culture in Southeast Asia from the 4th century to 13th century.
Just visit Quang Nam to see My Son Sanctuary and Hoi An Ancient Town – 2 cultural heritages of the world with your own eyes, tourists can fully explore and learn about their natural, cultural and architectural values.
After Hoi An Ancient Town, another world cultural heritage in Quang Nam province, My Son Sanctuary is covered by Wi-Fi Internet. By dint of the improvement in My Son, visitors coming here have chances to access the internet at any places in the relics.