The UNESCO world heritage site of ‘My Son’ was a site of religious ceremony for kings of the ruling dynasties and a royal burial place. Incredibly interesting AND you should visit it to discover the 1500 year old building method that they have not been able to replicate today. It is an easy day trip from Hoi An to the My Son Sanctuary Unesco site. You should definitely not skip this one. Thanks for watching.
We hope you enjoyed this Vietnam travel vlog 2019 & exploring the UNESCO site of the My Son Sanctuary! We can’t wait to travel Vietnam and show you around this incredible country over the next few weeks 🙂 NEXT UP: the floating markets of Can Tho in the Mekong Delta! Care to join us on another adventure? Then please make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss this the next part of our journey, coming up very, very soon!
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