The architectural art of the Cham towers at My Son Sanctuary is the convergence of different styles, including the continuity of the ancient style in the 7th-8th centuries, the Hoa Lai style of the 8th-9th centuries, the Dong Duong style from the mid-9th century, the My Son and My Son-Binh Dinh styles, etc. This tower is a masterpiece of ancient Cham architecture. It has two doors, one in the east and the other in the west. The tower body is high and delicate with a system of paved pillars; six sub-towers surround the tower. This two storey tower looks like a lotus flower. The top of the upper layer is made of sandstone and carved with elephant and Lion designs. In the lower layer, the walls are carved with fairies and water evils and men riding elephants. Unfortunately, the tower was destroyed by US bombs in 1969. After visiting My Son- Cham Ruins.
Afternoon, we will come back to the wonderful ancient Hoian town.
Hoi An is a delightful small town easily explored by foot. More than any other place in Vietnam, Hoi An retains the feeling of centuries past and is a favorite with all travellers. You can spend your time walking around the historic town soaking up the atmosphere, exploring the fascinating local market
- Private vehical
- English/French speaking guide
- Entrance fees where applicable.
- Pre/post trip arrangement
- Visa and visa arrangement
- Travel insurance
- Other personal expenses
Tour price: US$ 55 per person