Highlights of Hoi An And My Son One-Day Helicopter Tour By Vietnam Heli Travel
Hoi An and My Son at a Glance
On the UNESCO status, Hoi An is one of the oldest and most charming towns in Vietnam. Here, you find numerous French-styled buildings and hundreds-year-old houses. The ancient streets and narrow alleys in Hoi An Ancient Town are the big magnets that attract the tourists in the world. People come to the historic city will feel it satisfactory to witness the traditional lifestyle of the local: many generations live under one roof, and lots of people rest before their open-door houses.
The ancient city of Quang Nam Province gains recognition for its ancient pagodas, temples, and houses from the 18th century. Three of the best attractions in Pho Co Hoi An are the Japanese Bridge, Phung Hung Old House, and Phuc Kien Assembly Hall. The quiet and tranquil atmosphere in Hoi An even brings you back in time effectively. Also, lanterns here are unique and colorful.
How about My Son Sanctuary? It hosts many holy Cham temples set in a valley and bordered by the mountain that makes up the awesome scene from the top view. About 70km southeast of Da Nang City and 40km from Hoi An Ancient Town, My Son Ruin is most famous for the Cham vestiges within 71 monuments and 32 epitaphs. The Hindu architecture of My Son is dedicated to Shiva, so the Cham temples have no window. The brick towers and temples surely look breathtaking from every dimension.
How Great will Your Helicopter Tour to Hoi An and My Son be?
From Nuoc Man Heliport of Da Nang, the Helicopter Airbus EC130-T2 will take its passengers safely to the historical town of Hoi An and its neighboring essential: My Son Sanctuary. While Hoi An peacefully revitalizes your eyes and minds, My Son Ruin teaches you much about Cham ancient culture and architecture. The two enigmatic sites engage everybody to contemplate and explore them.
When you land in each of the sites from the modern helicopter, you are motivated to explore it in the detailed way. As you have no extra time to wander wildly, it’s much smarter to draw the mind to the key attractions during the one-day tour.
The tourism values in both Hoi An and My Son are boundless whether you visit them on foot or through flying. So, feast the eyes with the big keys of Japanese Bridge, Phung Hung Old House, and Phuc Kien Assembly Hall. Also, the Cham temple complex in Quang Nam Province is worth witnessing and studying. On par with Bagan of Myanmar or Ayutthaya of Thailand, My Son Sanctuary has the wonderful architecture and mysterious history. So, enjoy viewing the two UNESCO Historical and Cultural Heritages as the free birds now!