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The Po Nagar Tower is the name of the main temple in a complex of Cham towers on a knoll at the river-mouth of the Cai River, 2km north of Nha Trang City. Nowadays, the name Po Nagar is usually used to refer to the whole complex.
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Po Nagar Cham towers are more than a thousand years old and is one of the major icons of Nha Trang and a must visit divine destination. Itâs not a very big place and an hour should be enough time for the visit to go...More
We came around 4pm and there were as much tourists entering the place as there were leaving.
Costs VND22,000/entry. Be prepared for crowd. I’d say visit if you have the time. At least see what the towers look like. They are really beautiful ancient sculptures...More
The place itself is epic and really worth a visit! Just watch for the million or so Chinese tourists who seem hell bent on posing for a selfie or standard crap Instagram pose...also as with the beach there was a lot of rubbish...there certainly is...More
We were really looking forward to visiting this site but it was positively overrun with tourists - I’m well aware I’m one too - but it kind of spoilt the visit with SO many people milling about noisily.
It’s beautiful and lovely to experience this...More
A pretty interesting place to check out in Nha Trang.
The entrance fee is cheap but when we went (in the late afternoon) there were so many other tourists it slowed us down a little bit. I've seen other people commenting on the same thing,...More
We had fun viewing the buildings and seeing the gardens next to the river with a beautiful view. We also got to see some locals dancing but it only took us 30 min to do all. I would reccomend going to see it for the...More