My Son & Hoi An Walking Full Day Private Tour

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 8 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    8:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point at approximately 1pm
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Explore the magnificent temples of My Son on this essential half-day private tour from Hoi an. An important temple complex built by the Champa Kingdom over many centuries, My Son is located in a lush valley surrounded by high mountains a spectacular sight! Your expert private guide leads you through the temple grounds and provides valuable information about their architectural, religious and cultural significance.


  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Day trip (destination A to B)

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From the 4th to the 13th centuries, the Champa Kingdom flourished on the coast of Vietnam with My Son as its religious and intellectual center. After your private guide picks you up at your hotel, head out on the 30-mile (50-km) drive to the stunning ancient temple complex, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999.

Located in a valley of dramatic beauty, the monuments of My Son are the most important constructions of the Champa Kingdom. As your guide takes you through the complex, learn about the history, architectural styles and cultural significance of the temples. Some 20 remain out of more than 70 temples that once spread out over this beautiful valley; several are well-preserved while others are in ruins, some damaged during the Vietnam War.

While you walk, get out your camera for photographs of the temples with dramatic mountain backdrops, and listen as your guide explains the influence of India and Hinduism on the Champa people and points out the Hindu deities memorialized at My Son.

After a fascinating morning of exploring the My Son temples, depart around noon to return to your Hoi an hotel.


English-speaking guide

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Transport by air-conditioned vehicle

Entry/Admission - My Son Sanctuary



Food and drinks

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

A moderate amount of walking is involved; comfortable walking shoes are recommended

Please note that no food stop will be made in this tour; you are free to bring your own food

Traveler Reviews

  • 27-Dec-2019

    This was a very good tour of the Cham ruins. Guide had good technical knowledge and paced the visit very well. A half-day is adequate, but the grounds are pleasant and a bit more time might be worth it.

  • 16-Sep-2019

    A wonderful day , lots to see on the way to my son. Our guide was so knowledgeable and we loved our day with her. A must see tour.

  • 01-Apr-2018

    Knowledgeable friendly guide, excellent driver.

  • 11-Jan-2018

    The tour guide speaks good english and is very enthusiastic and informative on the tour.

  • 18-Mar-2014

    Guide Mr Son speaks very good English, explaining the cites in detail. We ended early, and guide brought me to a local lunch place to eat. Great to have a Private Tour arranged.

  • 15-Mar-2014

    Very pleasant excursion - our guide was extremely knowledgeable and engaging.

  • 07-Mar-2014

    Interesting tour, it's great to see areas like this being maintained and cared for. Our guide was knowledgeable about the history

  • 07-Nov-2013

    Amazing tour. The guide and driver were happy and very knowledgeable. A beautiful temple in the mountains.

  • 31-Oct-2013

    This was a great trip to get some little insight into the Chama people. The site needs to be better prepared/cleared for visitors. There needs to be a readily accessible museum with dispays of artifacts interactive displays of the history behind these people. It probably won't happen because these were a people conquered by the Vietnamese. The work being done by archeologists in restoring the temples is fantastic and to be commended. Glad we went - just wish there was more displayed.