Ticket costs 40,000 VND pp. It might be interesting due to the history behind the statues but I found it a bit boring, after a while it was just he same. There was though a Vietnamese photo exhibition that was very beautiful.
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Great little museum with some really impressive pieces of Cham art.. Definitely worth visiting for two or three hours. It opens early, 7a.m. and I definitely recommend' going before the noisy tour groups arrive. Very cheap entry fee of 40000 doing. The collection is displayed...More
Cham powerful dynasties ruled Cambodia part of Vietnam and Laos. This museum has a good collection of artefacts especially of garudas in various positions dragons goats and walk reliefs. Well lit and well displayed. Worth a visit.
What, you say? Yes, this museum has the largest collection of Cham artifacts in the world - more than Musee Guimet in Paris, the MET or the Norton Somon Museum in Pasadena. This is the place to learn about the Champa Kingdom and see jaw...More
A good and quite varied collection of Cham sculpture. One area it really lacked was around information about the individual pieces. There were bits of general information as you went around but could have benefited from more. The collection is good however and I would...More
A fine museum with a large collection of Cham artefacts. The information at the different sites was however poor and audioguides were not available, which made the experience suboptimal.