People tend to check in during these times:
Nice even if a lot has been destroyed. Bring a bottle of water, free wifi at the reception bar
Boringggg! Even if there is no sun you will sweat a lot! Nothing special! Really!
Like a tiny Angkor wat but it is pretty far from Hoi An and a bit boring.
Not many people here at all in December. Very quiet and relaxing
Must see! Do not ask for a organized trip from Hoi An. Rent a scooter and drive there by yourself. Interesting local places and life to be seen...
Worth a visit if you're staying in Hoi An or Da Nang. Bring your mosquito repellent, this place is in the jungle.
UNESCO site. Worth the trip. Shame the filthy Yanks bombed the shit out of the place during the war
One of the largest and oldest archeologic sites of Vietnam, UNESCO World Heritage. Come very early in the morning (from 5am) to enjoy the Cham temples with a beautiful light and less or no crowd.
Should get inside the temples!
Make sure you visit the museum too, since it contains a large picture of the A1 tower,which was destroyed during the American-Vietnam War.
Don't miss walking in My Son villages.
Try to be ahead of the tourists to enjoy taking some beautiful pictures
It's a very beautiful place, it takes around 1,5 hour from hoi an via motorbike. Take more water with you - it's too hot there even in early morning
If doing a tour - do the early morning one from 5 am - 9:30ish. Beats the heat and the crowds
It seems all the tourist busses arrive around 9:30~10am, the place gets super crowded. Be patient and wait until after 11am, when everyone has left and you have the place to yourself.
They offer Champa traditional music at 9am and 11am. Sometime only at 9am, so take it if you are there!
If you want to see the most interesting view come in the morning, when the clouds are still low... that's fascinating!
The ice coffee at the site snack bar is really delicious
Don't miss this place! 72 temples in a holy hidden valley in the middle of the forest. Magic atmosphere...
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Uno de los últimos vestigios de la civilización de Champa que es hoy en día una magnífica reliquia histórica, declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. No duces en visitarlo