VIETNAM'S MOST INCREDIBLE TEMPLES: How Did They Build These? (My Son Sanctuary Vietnam Vlog 2019)


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.

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  1. Hope you enjoyed exploring the My Son sanctuary in Vietnam. Next up: Vietnam's most famous floating market, in the heart of the Mekong Delta. Make sure to hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out on our next adventure. And thank you a lot for being here – we appreciate you! See you in the next one?

  2. It's Shiva Linga, Shiva means 'Nothing' and 'Linga' means 'Sign'
    so it's sign of nothing, apart from penis the bottom base is called vagina, so penis on top vagina signify creation.

  3. That guide is misleading people. That guy told that, linga means penis. But it's not true, it means sign and that is not linga, that is lingo(shiv lingo).

  4. Sir lingam does not mean sexual organ but a source of energy just like sun it is symbol of energy source .nice video

  5. This is an historic site of immense importance, accordingly they should employ guides with thorough knowledge of ancient cultures of the region. There is no mentioning of who built the temples and what religion they belong to. Then there is this clown who is making fun of Shiv Lingam. One feel pity on the concerned authorities, who's only concern seems to be making money of off the tourists.

  6. It was absolutely disrespectful the way guide was talking about the Temples and especially Shivalinga and also how later you guys made comments as well. This is a Hindu Temple complex of Champa kingdom of Cham people who were Hindus and Hinduism is still practiced in many other parts of the world. Watching this was really hurtful.

    This is what actually a shiv linga is…..go through this video … isn't giving the right information.

  8. It's very sad to know that some areas were destroyed by bombs, this is what wars leave behind.
    Make Love NOT War
    Or, Drop Pants Not Bombs.

  9. These temples are built by Khmer empire dated back 9 century. The whole south Vietnam was Cambodia land. Vietnamese is a thief.

  10. That guide was hilarious when he introduced what a linga is…!😂 I learned one Vietnamese word!
    Also looks like the tourists in Vietnam are more international than tourists in China, usually Chinese local people are the main part of the crowds in Chinese tourist places. This is interesting and I still wonder why…?😅😊

  11. This complex is often referred to as Angkor Wat's little Vietnamese brother. We haven't been to Angkor Wat in Cambodia, so we can't really compare it but we do know the Angkor site is waaaay bigger. Anyone been there?

  12. I really enjoyed these temples. Such an incredible style. Our next stop will be the floating markets in the Mekong Delta!


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