• Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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Explore historic landmarks of central Vietnam on a full-day tour that takes in My Son Sanctuary in the morning, and Hoi An Ancient Town in the afternoon. Your knowledgeable guide shares the history of these iconic UNESCO World Heritage sites enjoy an in-depth experience of the temples, heritage buildings and stunning landscapes. Your tour includes a delicious Vietnamese lunch at a restaurant in Hoi An. Limited to only seven people on this small-group tour, which includes entrance fees, lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off in Danang and Hoi An.


  • Full-day tour of My Son and Hoi An Ancient Town
  • Visit two of Vietnam's UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Admire the architecture of the My Son temple complex, and learn about its Hindu influences
  • See the Japanese Covered Bridge and other historical structures in Hoi An Ancient Town
  • Enjoy the cuisine of Hoi An during a relaxing lunch
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in Hoi An and Danang included
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of seven people provides a customized experience with a guide

What You Can Expect

My Son Sanctuary and Hoi An Ancient Town Small-Group Tour

My Son Sanctuary, Vietnam

Begin your full-day tour when your guide picks you up at your Hoi An or Danang hotel, then settle into your comfortable air-conditioned minivan for a scenic 30-mile (50-km) drive to My Son.

The My Son temple complex contains the most important monuments of the Champa Kingdom, which flourished in coastal Vietnam from the 4th to 13th centuries. My Son was the religious and intellectual center kingdom and had approximately 70 structures at its zenith. About 20 structures remain, some well-preserved while others have tumbled down. Stroll at a leisurely pace with your guide to take in the magnificent site and learn about My Son's architectural styles, cultural significance and history, which includes influences from India. Enjoy plenty of stops for photo ops before heading to Hoi An for the afternoon.

Upon your arrival in Hoi An, stop into a local restaurant for a tasty Vietnamese lunch. Afterward, set off with your guide to explore the Ancient Town of Hoi An on foot. The World Heritage-listed Ancient Town got its start as a port more than 2,000 years ago. Chinese, Hindu and Arab influences can be detected in the architecture, cuisine and rich culture. Stroll along the colorful pedestrian-only streets to see highlights such as the Japanese Covered Bridge, historic wooden merchant homes, a bustling food market and small shops that carry clothing, silk, antiques, handicrafts and more.

After your guided walking tour of Hoi An Ancient Town, your full-day tour ends with hotel drop-off in Hoi An or Danang.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

Our guide Lee picked us up from the hotel and we traveled to My Son she was very knowledgeable and informative while explaining the ruins.We had lunch at Lantern Town who provided a substantial meal to much food for us.Lee then showed us around the ancient city and escorted us back to the hotel. Great tour and great guide totally recommend

Karen Wee

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Excellent private Hoi An and My Son day tour from Danang. It was a wonderful experience, from beginning to end. We highly recommend this company Bravo Indochina Tours and look forward to future trips with Tiger

William Phil

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

Thanks Tan our tour guide from Hoi An for providing all the group with the most informative, passionate, personal and definitely funniest day I had on my trip to Vietnam. The Hoi An and My Son day tour itself was brilliant. Thank you Bravo Indochina Tours again. Go there and It's worth it.


4 star rating: Recommended January 2018

Good value and a really interestingness trip. Very good Lucy arrangements.

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