We popped in here to get out if the rain. Some nice sculptures and interesting exhibitions. Pretty small though, will be better once the museum has been upgraded. Very close to the Dragon Bridge.
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This is a good collection of Champ culture- and fits well with a visit to My Son...I think on its own it would not be as poweful- but if you are visiting the actual site of the monuments it is worth seeing this as well.
Been the museum in a very hot day of Jun, lucky enough to have the guide (lady) in spot. Nice place to learn about Cham Sculpture
An interesting place where we can get to know further about Cham culture. At My Son, the construction technique astonishes visitors, whereas the replica represented in the museum tells us more about the culture with diverse gods and ancient belief of Cham people. If you...More
this is interesting small museum with remains of Champ culture brought from different remains of Champa towns in Vietnam.
We visited the Cham Sculpture museum as it was recommended to us. To be honest it didn't really impress. The exhibitions are lacking decent explanations. The carvings/statues them selves are quite impressive, whole museum could do with a bit of aircon or at least some...More
For the small size of the museum, it boast a large number of well preserved sculptures. Well worth spending 1-2 hours learning about the history. Strongly recommend getting the audio guide as it helps you appreciate the history better.
I study religion, so of course I loved it. I rented the headphones for 20,000 vnd, but the audio was more distracting than helpful. The sculptures are well-labeled. The audio narrator, on the other hand, mispronounces Sanskrit so badly and misidentifies enough features of the...More