The temple is very well-preserved, especially considering it's close to the middle of town. The complex is constructed over three levels so there are a few steps. This is a Hindu-influenced temple ded...
These Champa ruins might not be as expansive as those in My Son (near Hoi An/Da Nang) but they are very impressive and beautiful. It is not expensive to go in and the money goes to upkeep. You should ...
This place is beautiful and a definite must see if you visit Nha Trang. Small room where there are some things written in English to help better understand the symbols of each tower, I would have like...
The Po Nagar Cham Tower was built between the 7th and 12th centuries. It was dedicated to the fishermen who protect the sea by praying to the goddess of heaven. They say that this is Xiao Ang, but the scale is small and not so refined. Mottled stone bricks, exotic customs, and the things left by the Vietnamese ancestors are also a cultural treasure of the world. Even if you don't understand the culture here, you will be amazed by the beliefs people have here. I felt very fond of looking at the building outside the door. I felt very exotic. When I entered it, I felt that the building was very old. There were still bodhisattvas in the small door. I went in to light up an incense stick and worship Buddha and I had to take off my shoes before I could go in. Some the devouted people can go inside every room. English name: Po Nagar Cham Towers Location: 2 Thang 4, Nha Trang, Vietnam Tickets: 22,000 VND Tips: You need to wear specific clothes, covering your whole body when you go in, if you wear too short or too tight clothes, you can borrow the robes provided by the scenic spot.
Built between the 7th and 12th centuries, Po Nagar Cham Tower is a Hindu religious building located 2 km north of Nha Trang, on the left bank of the river. Looking down from the hill, you can enjoy the view of the blue harbor. Each tower is a small temple, and you must take off your shoes when you enter the temple, and you need a special dress. There is a free dress next to the temple. In any case, I feel that it is critical to respect local customs. In recent years, there have been more and more people traveling to Nha Trang in China. If someone does not take off their shoes, they will leave a bad impression on the locals. The architecture of
is extremely characteristic. It is said that as early as the 2nd century BC, Hindus built a temple here to worship the Shiva gods. Later, the Kingdom of Poetry built it into a temple dedicated to the goddess of heaven. There are only four temples left, the largest of which is dedicated to the goddess Cham, the mother of the Cham Kingdom who ruled Nha Trang in ancient times. The Hindus called the goddess of the sun, the embodiment of the Hindu Siva. Vietnamese Buddhists call her the goddess of heaven.
The goddess of heaven is the goddess of the southern part of the kingdom of Champo. The goddess of heaven is similar to the mother of the southeast coast of China. Because there are many fishermen here, it has become the goddess of the fishermen.
All the pagodas are brick red, with beautiful reliefs, different shapes and different sizes. This is a very sacred place for the Vietnamese people. If someone climbs the temple, if the staff sees it, it will definitely Stop, so please don't take a few photos to climb the temple, and don't wear shoes to take photos at the door of the temple.
Po Nagar Towers is a typical artwork of Cham Architectural Art and Sculpture. Construction techniques from the VIII to XIII centuries.
When you first arrive in Vietnam, someone will tell you that the history of the war between the Northern Dynasty and the Champo is a cultural history of Vietnams singularity. Here, the Po Nagar Cham Tower, the ancient town of Hoi An here, the Hue King here. The tombs have all left a strong color for Vietnam.
Po Nagar Cham Tower is in the torrent of historical torrents, the big waves and sands survive, the mottled years of traces are undoubtedly reminiscent of the era of passion and war. The Po Nagar Cham Tower was built between the 7th and 12th centuries and belongs to the Hindu architecture. It is also translated as the Temple of Heavenly Goddess, because Po Nagar is worshipped here. The goddess has a strong influence in the kingdom of Champo, and guards the local people who eat by the sea day and night, which is equivalent to the status of our Mazu.
On the Po Nagar Cham Tower, the huge stone pillars on the ground floor are very eye-catching. There are 10 large stone pillars and 12 small stone pillars. The middle of the two pairs is the incense of the offering. Close, the mysterious religious atmosphere guides you step by step to discover and discover.
Po Nagar Cham Tower is known as "Vietnam Angkor Wat", the vivid brick carving, blending into the spires of the clouds, the staggered pillars, the shape is better than the gods. Since the day of its birth, Cham Tower has gone through more than 1,000 years of wind and rain. The glorious tower of the gods of the past has only left a lonely four, and the sighs are sighing.
Te Po Nagar is a tribute to the goddess of the same name. The architectural style has hints of Angkor Wat, but at a smaller scale. The Po Nagar Cham Tower consists of three floors, but after over a thousand years of history, only the remaining four buildings have been completely preserved. A glance from the top of Po Nagar Cham Tower offers a view of the blue harbor of Nha Trang.