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MARBLE MOUNTAINS & CHAM MUSEUM
Time: 04 hours
Departure: 08:00 am & 02:00 pm
Tour Code: HAT - OPT 10
Transport: A/c bus
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MARBLE MOUNTAINS & CHAM MUSEUM

Cham  Museum  was  built  in  1915  with the  financial  support  of  the  French  Far-East. Research  Institute  in  Viet  Nam.  At  present, the  museum  displays  approximately  300 sculptures,  among  which  some  are  made from terracotta from the  period between the 5th  to  15th  centuries.  The  works  were collected  from  Cham  temples  and  towers throughout Central Viet Nam, more specifically the area stretching from Quang Binh to Binh Thuan.

The Marble Mountainsor Mountains of the Five  Elements,  consist  of  five  marble  mountains  : Thuy  Son  (water)  which  is  the  highest,  Moc  Son (wood),  Kim  Son  (metal),Tho  Son(soil),  and  Hoa Son  (fire).

ITINERARY

08:00: Welcomes you at the hotel’s lobby and then depart for Ngu Hanh Son (Mountains of the Five Elements). Climb up Thuy Son (Water) by the stone stairs and enjoy the panoramic view of the nearby countryside, and visit Huyen Khong cave before entering Tam Thai and Linh Ung pagodas. Take a rest at the foot of the mountain, where you can visit Non Nuoc stone village. Here, you can see the local skillful sculptors creating many marble products which are exported to many countries worldwide.

Continue visiting Cham Museum. This museum house was built in Cham architectural style, using thin lines that are simple and gentle. Cham architecture originated from the period between the 5th and the 15th centuries when a matriarchal society prevailed. Have lunch at local restaurant and return to Hoi An.


NOTE

- Kid under 05 years old: free of charge
- Kid from 05 to 11 years old: pay 50% of the contract rate
- Kid from 12 years old and older: as adult
- Group of 15 paying full: 1 FOC for the tour leader (16paxs – 1FOC, maximum 02 FOC/group)

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