If you are interested in the site, you can go to the Meishan Holy Land in Da Nang, Vietnam to cherish the long history. The beautiful mountain sanctuary is about 40 kilometers away from Hoi An. It is the site of the ancient Champo Kingdom. It is mainly dedicated to Hindu gods and kings and has been included in the world cultural heritage.
A piece of debris lies quietly in the lush basin of the forest. Today's desolateness is hard to imagine how strong it was at the political center of the half-Vietnamese Champod.
The carvings and statues on the wall are no longer complete, only the grass with strong vitality grows tenaciously.
Meishan is known as Angkor Wat in Vietnam. There is no Khmer smile here, but there is also a shackle of its own history.
Meishan is about 40 kilometers from Hoi An, tickets are 100
Meishan Holy Land is located in Meishan Village, Weifu Township, Weichuan County, Guangnan Province, Vietnam, 60 kilometers southwest of Da Nang City.
This is the only architectural art group that reflects the formation and development of the art of the clan.
To the local day tour group of the Meishan Ruins, each person is 7 dollars, if you do not take the boat, it seems to be 4 dollars. 7 dollars is included in the boat and lunch, and the boat will stay in a small town for more than half an hour. The tour fare is free of tickets, so tickets must be purchased by yourself.
Reporting the words, the driver will pick up the hotel and then go to the destination. Our group is almost all foreigners except me and my friends.
is called Angkor Wat in Vietnam. In fact, the area is very small. From the 3rd century to the 12th century, it has been the center of the clan kingdom.
Tickets: 150K Vietnamese Dong
When I see the picture, everyone will think that this is Cambodia, but in fact it is Vietnam. Here is the Meishan site, located more than 50 kilometers west of Hoi An.
Meishan has a history of more than 1,000 years and is the cultural soul of Vietnam. Meishan is the site of the ancient Champoor. It is the largest religious site in Vietnam. It is called "Angkor Wat in Vietnam". The temples here are made of masonry and have been the sacred center of Champoa for thousands of years and have been listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
There was a lot of viciousness in the Vietnam War. The brick tower that has not fallen for a hundred years can't resist the raindrops. After the war, only the remaining towers in the area were preserved. It has many similarities with Angkor culture. The scale and craftsmanship may not be comparable to Angkor, but the overall gas field is still very strong. The
site is built in a dense valley surrounded by mountains. A total of 70 Hindu temples have been built throughout the valley. The towers of Zhanpo are built of red bricks. Although not tall, they are complex and reflect the Hindu style. Also, because the Angkor Wat, a huge city built with megaliths, is more resistant to the test of wind and rain, the corrosion is more severe, and some places are wild grasses; the more the ruins go in, the broken stone columns on the ground. The more, the better the sculptures are better.
Photo: It is recommended to wear colorful clothes, national style is more suitable
Ticket price: 15w Vietnamese Dong