Highlights: The Cham Sculpture Museum was built in 1915. The museum preserves the Champo stone and pottery sculptures from the 7th to 15th centuries unearthed in the Huangping Province to Binh Dinh Province, and there are nearly a thousand pieces of fine art, large and small. These intricately carved sand and stone relics are all unearthed from various regions in Vietnam, and it is worth making a special trip to Da Nang to visit. There is a restored model of Meishan Cham in the exhibition hall. It is said that the shape of this museum is to imitate the architectural style of the Cham pagoda, and the outer wall is painted yellow to make it more conspicuous in the busy city. The building has been expanded twice, attracting a large number of tourists.