My Son , is Vietnam’s most significant ruin from the ancient Champa Kingdom, which prospered from the second to 15th centuries.

Nestled in an isolated valley overlooked by Hon Quap (Cat’s Tooth Mountain), My Son was established as a religious center in the fourth century.

As part of a 5 year commitment to UNESCO, $100,000 was donated in 2004 to support the restoration and preservation of the E7 temple complex and the G1 temples of the Champa Kingdom.