Worth. On the eve of the Spring Festival of 2018, three people chartered from the FIVITEL Hotel in Langang totaled 1 million Vietnamese dong. It mainly takes three or four hours to go back and forth. After buying tickets, Meishan World Heritage Park takes a battery car to the hinterland of the scenic spot. The core area of the heritage is not very large. In another 20 years, it may be a state that makes people linger and forget to return.
I admit that my love for ruins has reached the level of obsession, even if I don't know the culture behind the ruins, but I am inexplicably excited to see the ruins and moss stairs green. So, holding a stiff foreign language, I booked a one-day tour of Meishan in the front desk of the hotel, pulling two small partners, regardless of the nearly 100 kilometers'journey, heading for Meishan in the rainy and sunny weather. It is said that the Meishan site is Angkor Minor. In its heyday, there were more than 70 towers. Later, because the dynasty moved its capital and the US bombing, it is much smaller now than Angkor's, less than one percent. There are only 20 dilapidated towers left. But traveling through the jungle, carefully examining the ruined temples and caressing a incomplete god, the brilliant civilization of these centuries is really worthy of modern admiration.
Meishan Site, Langang is a famous scenic spot. It's called Little Angkor Wat, but because of the war, it's totally different. But if you look carefully, you can still see that it must have been a place of great fragrance before. Some sculptures are still beautiful. Some sculptures are incomplete, but they can not hide the glory of the past. Anyone interested in archaeology must like this place, which is said to represent the history of Vietnam.
This is a historic scenic spot. There are several relics of Zhanpo Pagoda. The site is quiet. There are not many tourists. Unfortunately, many of them were destroyed during the Vietnam War, but they are still worth visiting. There are also Zhanpo's national anthem and dance performances worth remembering.
Meishan Holy Land (Site) 40 kilometers from Hui'an, Vietnam. Saint-son Monastery, also known as Meishan Holy Land (Vietnamese : Thi; nh_a M Sn/Meishan Holy Land), was built in 500 A.D. in Meishan Village, Weifu Township, Weichuan County, Central Vietnam Province, 40 km from Hui'an. This area is the heart of the Hindu Zappa kingdom, which once ruled the south-central part of Vietnam for 14 centuries.
Zhanpo Site is in beautiful Danang, you can rent a small motorcycle to follow Google. Zhanpo Site has a very legendary story. There are minefields in Vietnam. It is said that there are still unfinished mines. Therefore, scenic spots can be visited, and other remote places should not break in without authorization.
Like many prominent dynasties in the world, after the prosperity, the Zhanpo Dynasty only had some exquisite but fragmented remains, and Meishan was the sacred place left by the Zhanpo kingdom. Meishan Site has three major architectural complexes. Its construction and sculpture style are quite different from those in other parts of Vietnam. Most of the monasteries and pagodas are dedicated to the king and Shiva, who is regarded as the creator, founder and protector of the Kingdom of Zhanpo and the royal family of Zhanzu.