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My Son sanctuary – Chăm-style Architecture

My Son sanctuary – Chăm-style Architecture

The other foremost absorbing element of My Son, besides religious element, is its unique Cham-style Art of Architecture, which was comprehensively affected by Indian style. The other foremost absorbing element of My Son, besides religious element, is its unique Cham-style Art of Architecture, which was comprehensively affected by Indian style. Each historical period has its […]
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Culture

Cultural values  of My Son sanctuary

Cultural values of My Son sanctuary

It is the religious role of Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary that draws people’s curiosity. This archeological site represents the longest continuous occupation for religious purposes, not only of the Chăm Kingdom, but also within Southeast Asia as a whole. It is the religious role of Mỹ Sơn Sanctuary that draws people’s curiosity. This archeological site represents […]
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My Son history

My Son Sanctuary – historical story of Cham people

My Son Sanctuary – historical story of Cham people

Through stone stele and royal dynasties, they proved My Son to be the most important Sanctuary of the Cham people during the mentioned centuries, reflecting the style and history of Cham People. If you are enjoying a tour to My Son Sanctuary, what can not be missed is the historical story of the sanctuary to […]
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My Son blog

Pressure on My Son sanctuary

Pressure on My Son sanctuary

Besides the increasing of visitors, the pressure on this heritage is also on the rise. Keeping balance between tourism development and preservation is a big problem for My Son authorities. The number of tourists to My Son has soared, from only 27,104 visitors in 1999, the year My Son was recognized as a world heritage, […]
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Travel news

My Son community tourism village opens

My Son community tourism village opens

The village is one the first steps towards boosting the central province’s eco-tourism and sustainable tourism development programme by 2020. The village, which is home to over 200 people, will provide homestay facilities and cuisine, cultural performances and eco-tours.  “The province has set a target of developing its tourism industry so it can better contribute […]
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