VOV.VN - My Son Sanctuary is a large complex featuring religious relics, including temples, shrines, and towers. The 1,000-year-old UNESCO-recognised World Heritage Site is the former capital of the ancient Champa Kingdom. Let’s view the beauty of the area through the lens of foreign photographers.
Tourism services at popular destinations in the ancient town of Hoi An, the central province of Quang Nam, is set to open from June 1 after being closed for two months to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Vietnamese and Indian experts unearthed a Shiv Linga (a representation of the Hindu deity Shiva) dating back to the 9th century during the restoration of a Cham temple complex at My Son Sanctuary, a world cultural heritage site in central Quang Nam province.
VOV.VN - Visitors to the UNESCO-recognised My Son Sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam are set to receive a 30% discount on entrance tickets as of June 1, according to a statement made by the Management Board of My Son Cultural Heritage on May 21.
Vietnamese and Indian experts on April 28 began restoration of a complex of towers considered the core area of the world cultural heritage site the My Son Sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam.
The central coastal city of Da Nang aims to serve 9.8 million tourists in 2020, a year-on-year rise of 12.74 percent, according to the municipal Department of Tourism.
VOV.VN - The My Son sanctuary in Quang Nam province was recognized by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage site 20 years ago.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has praised the central province of Quang Nam for its efforts to preserve the world heritage sites of Hoi An ancient town and My Son Sanctuary in the 20 years since their recognition by the UNESCO.
The role of local communities in the preservation and promotion of the values of the world’s cultural heritage, such as Hoi An Ancient Town and My Son Sanctuary, was highlighted at an international workshop on September 8.
VOV.VN - Audiences were left with a positive impression of Vietnamese designer Ha Duy’s latest collection after unveiling several Vietnamese traditional long dresses known as Ao Dai which had been inspired by My Son Sanctuary during the Kunming Fashion Week which took place in China on June 13.
The central province of Quang Nam, home to two world heritage sites and hundreds of national historical and cultural relic sites, has focused on international cooperation in personnel training for the restoration and management of the sites.
After three years of renovations, Vietnamese and Indian experts have completed the upgrade of Towers K and H – rare buildings that have remained as part of the complex of temples at My Son Sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam.
Vietnam has eight UNESCO world heritages, intact historical sites and breathtaking beaches, said Vietnamese Ambassador to India Pham Sanh Chau at a promotion programme in Mumbai on December 13.
A large area of sea grass on the Cham Islands, off the coast of Hoi An, have been damaged due to the rapid increase in speed boats over the past several decades—another sign that mass tourism and unsustainable development threaten the rich ecosystem on the islands.
Tower K, a rare building remaining in the complex of temples at My Son Sanctuary in Duy Xuyen district, the central province of Quang Nam, is now ready to welcome visitors after being upgraded with the support of Indian experts.
The central province of Quang Nam, in cooperation with the Institute for Conservation of Monuments under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, will begin an urgent project to protect the B3 tower in the UNESCO-recognised My Son Sanctuary from collapse before the rainy season.
Tower B3, one of the rare architectures remaining in the complex of temples at My Son sanctuary is in danger of collapse and needs urgent reinforcement and restoration, according to head of the management board of the sanctuary Phan Ho.
The Sanskrit inscriptions on steles at the UNESCO world heritage My Son Sanctuary in central Quang Nam province will be translated into Vietnamese and English as part of a joint project between Vietnam and India.
More than 1,000 artifacts uncovered during the excavation and restoration of towers in the world heritage site of My Son sanctuary in the central province of Quang Nam have been digitalised thanks to the assistance of experts from Italy and India.
The Indian Government has provided financial assistance worth over VND50 billion (US$2.2 million) to the central province of Quang Nam to help restore and preserve the world cultural heritage site of My Son Sanctuary, a local official has said.