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The Museum of Cham Sculpture is located on the city side of the river, fairly close to the dragon bridge. We were able to walk here from our hotel.
Inexpensive and an interesting collection of sculpture. No air conditioning so it is very hot in...More
This museum is well maintained and incorporated technological aspect to improve user experience. Entrance fee is 60,000 VND and you will spend about an hour or less. But the only shortfall is the lack of air-conditioning, which could be very warm within.
Take your time and stroll the floors. I love the sculpture and stone working of the Cham culture. The museum will take about two to four hours if you take your time. Easy to get to. Next to the dragon bridge.
This museum has a very well curated collection of cham sculptures and tells an interesting story on a civilisation that massively dwindled in size over the centuries. While many sites have been bombed or robbed, this museum holds a very good collection of sculptures that...More
Gives the keen mind a insight into Cham culture and its evolution into todays modern society. Lots to see but of little interest if you are not aware of earlier cultures in the area. Without being offensive I could quite easily have missed it.