My Son is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in south-central Vietnam. It is believed to be the longest inhabited archaeological site in Indochina.Â A large part of the site was destroyed by an American carpet bombing during the Second Indochina War.
It is considered one of the most important Hindu temple complexes in Southeast Asia and one of the most important heritage sites of its kind in Vietnam.
My Son was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999.
My Son has been recognized as the fourth world heritage site in Vietnam since 1999 because of its unique historical, architectural and cultural value. This tour is a “must” for those interested in architecture, ancient civilizations and local life.
The Marble Mountains, also known as Ngu Hanh Son, form a group of five hills made of limestone and marble. They look like 5 fingers located near the sea. There are several caves, caverns, pagodas, many stairs and 2 spectacular viewpoints.
There are also several Buddhist shrines and Hindu caves, places of worship very popular with the local population. Marble Mountain has become one of the must-see destinations for those who love the beauty of nature and want a respite from the busy urban areas.
At the foot of the mountains is a traditional marble art village, over 300 years old. You will admire its talented craftsmen, their creativity and their works of incomparable beauty.
– Tour of Marble Mountains and My Son in English
– English-speaking guide
Adult 1.550,000 VND/adult (minimum 2 people)
Children Aged 6-12: 600,000 Vnd/child
Children Under 6 GO Free