Tinh Quang Nam-Da Nang Travel Guide

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Hoi An

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Tra Kieu Tay (1)

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Chu Lai

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My Son (2)

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Hoi An

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    Hoi An Things to Do

    We rent a bike for a day, and discover Hoi-An especially outside where the local people lives. It's the best thing to do while you are in this town "renting bike" outside the town of Hoi-An you'll see where the fishing area.You also seen how the people do with their daily life, this a very small town, as we already travel from bigger towns and...

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  • Lanterns

    Hoi An Things to Do

    After an evening stroll through the old town its fairly likely that you’ll see everywhere with the iconic lights the Hoi An silk lanterns And it's available in shapes and sizes, fabrics and colours, and then of course there are dozens of artisans lining up to hand paint also in different price, haggling is also available hereHow bigger your Lantern...

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  • Thu Bon River in Hoi An

    Hoi An Things to Do

    Getting out of the touristy old quarter and into Hoi An's picturesque countryside is a must one of the best ways to do this is by hiring a boat to take you on a cruise of the Thu Bon riverYou could do this the posh way by jumping aboard one of many tourist boats, but we recommend hopping in one of the small sampans rowed by elderly locals don't...

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Tra Kieu Tay (1)

  • HOI AN

    Tra Kieu Tay (1) Off The Beaten Path

    One UNESCO site deserves another. Only some 25 km from My Son is the former port city of Hoi An. For many tourists, Hoi An is Vietnam. Built as a port for the Champa kingdom, the town’s best days came after the Cham left - 17th through 19th centuries - with Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Portuguese, Dutch and others all milling about in the name of...

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    Tra Kieu Tay (1) Local Customs

    We came upon a group of Vietnamese visitors from the north who had gathered together in prayer about some of the different aspects of the ruins here. They shared their respect with those who had come before making My Son what it is today.

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  • FOLK PERFORMANCES

    Tra Kieu Tay (1) Things to Do

    From the parking lot it is about a walk of one kilometer up into the ruins. Before entering into the ruins, you have a hut that serves refreshments and sells souvenirs. Opposite is a small open-air theater where several times a day locals perform Cham music and dance to get the tourists in the right frame of mind. The performances last about 20-30...

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My Son (2)

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  • Museum

    My Son (2) Things to Do

    There's a museum at the entrance that exhibits architectural stone carvings and lintels and sculptures plus details how, why and what the temples were used for and by who.

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  • Jeep

    My Son (2) Transportation

    Think this is an American jeep left over from the war? I'm not too sure as it's actually built by Ford when I looked at a plate stuck on the dashboard beside the steering wheel. Anyhow, it's used to transport tourists from the entrance gate and car park to the temples.

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  • My Son

    My Son (2) Things to Do

    My Son (pronounced Mee Sun) is a Hindu temple complex, located in the village of Duy Phú, 69km southwest of Da Nang. It comprises many Champa temples, in a valley roughly two kilometres wide, surrounded by two mountain ranges. It was the site of religious ceremony of kings of the Champa dynasty, and was also a burial place of Champa royals and...

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