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The Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture provides a wonderful experience for those interested in cham culture.The richness of the stones presentedis impressive.The engraved figures and life situations in the stone take the man with you.I recommend everyone to see the collection of this Museum.
Chan museum gives a great insight into temple life in Vietnam in the tenth century. Its not large but is filled with artifacts that are stunning. One hr is ample time to get around it. Be sure to leave time to take photos of the...More
The museum itself is situated in a garden of frangipani trees and terracotta figures. However, on a very hot day it was good to enter a cooler environment. The various images in Cham Art are lions, elephants and Hindu Gods. There were plenty of Buddha...More
This museum houses the world's largest collection of Cham sculptures found in several places in and around Da Nang and central Vietnam. The Cham people were from Vietnam and Cambodia, and formed an independent kingdom from the 2nd to 17th centuries AD, their culture strongly...More
The Centre is very clean not very good for the disabled access is difficult not enough chairs to sit down to rest excibition was excellent maybe some tour guides that also speak English so you know what your looking at
Not a formal cloakroom. There is a guardhouse-like structure before the entrance ramp. I saw them direct a backpacker to leave hers there. However, I didn't see that this room was being continuously occupied by staff... More
Not a formal cloakroom. There is a guardhouse-like structure before the entrance ramp. I saw them direct a backpacker to leave hers there. However, I didn't see that this room was being continuously occupied by staff. Vietnam is generally safer than most places on the USA. But as an ex-New Yorker, I'm rather cautious in situations like this. We both entered the museum with day packs. So maybe you could use a compromise strategy where you segregate valuables and essentials into a discreet backpack and leave the rest at the guardhouse? I guess it depends whether your stowed luggage is modest and you're only traveling with a limited wardrobe so you wouldn't be devastated if you lose it.