It is written on the Liang that it is the ancient temple of Anlong, so it should have a good background, but only the materials in Vietnamese were found. It should be built in 1657 and then rebuilt in 1961. The place is quaint, right next to the Champa Sculpture Museum, it is easy to find.
It is said that this temple was built in 1657, but it underwent a large-scale reconstruction four or five years after it was built. The beam says it is the ancient temple of Anlong, so it should have a lot of background. However, I only found materials in Vietnamese. It should have been built in 1657, and then rebuilt in 1961. It is a good place that best shows the style of Vietnamese Buddhist architecture.
After seeing more of this kind of religion, it feels like a pattern.
Very good attractions, worth visiting.