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My Son Sanctuary

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site of ancient Hindu temples
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10/10 - holy cow! That tour was exactly what I was hoping for and more. Getting up early is clutch when it's so hot under the sun. We started at the fish market which was BUSTLING at 5am and took back roads all the way to My Son. As it's my first time to Vietnam, this is a great way to appreciate the farming areas while also inserting some fun. Vu was an excellent driver, storyteller, and guide. I feel very grateful to have had this opportunity that I surely won't forget. I went solo and rode on the back of Vu's bike. It felt like a full day even though I was back at my hotel by 10am. Getting to My Son early also gave me a lot of solo time to appreciate the deep layered history and wonder of the place.
Hoang was a good guide and we had fun on his tour! We had a lunch at a local house, and it was delicious! Learned about life in the countryside as well, and that was very interesting. Recommended!

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What are the opening hours of My Son Sanctuary?
My Son Sanctuary is open from 6:30am to 5:00pm every day, including weekends.
How much does it cost to visit My Son Sanctuary?
The entrance fee for My Son Sanctuary is 150,000 VND per person. Children under 6 years old can enter for free.
Are guided tours available at My Son Sanctuary?
Yes, guided tours are available at My Son Sanctuary. Trained guides can provide you with detailed information about the site's history and its significance.
Can I hire a local guide at My Son Sanctuary?
Yes, you can hire a local guide at the entrance of My Son Sanctuary. They can offer you a more personalized tour and share interesting stories about the temples.
Are there any facilities available for visitors at My Son Sanctuary?
Yes, there are facilities available for visitors at My Son Sanctuary. These include restrooms, souvenir shops, and a small cafeteria serving refreshments and snacks.
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