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All reviews my son audio guide great collection photo exhibition on display gift shop stone sculptures worth a visit vietnamese history the dragon artifacts civilization hindu information century centuries kingdom
An extraordinary museum dedicated to a civilization ignored totally by the common western tourist.
As a member of ICOM (International Committee od Museum) I feel the necessity to recommend this important exhibition
The Cham Museum was founded by the French in 1919 displaying artifacts from the Champa Kingdom who ruled this region for over 1,000 years.
Amazing the sandstone carvings and sculptures going back to the 7th century.
This is an awesome museum of remarkable Cham sculptures from My Son Sanctuary and other temples in Vietnam. We especially loved the charming sculptures of animals, sacred cows and elephants that looked like they jumped out of a scene from Disney’s Shrek movie. Absolutely a...More
I take my tourists to this museum every week, many tourists know My Son Sanctuary - the UNESCO site but when they went to My Son they was a little disappointed. In My Son the temples was damaged so much but in Danang Museum of...More
Not a formal cloakroom. There is a guardhouse-like structure before the entrance ramp. I saw them direct a backpacker to leave hers there. However, I didn't see that this room was being continuously occupied by staff... More
Not a formal cloakroom. There is a guardhouse-like structure before the entrance ramp. I saw them direct a backpacker to leave hers there. However, I didn't see that this room was being continuously occupied by staff. Vietnam is generally safer than most places on the USA. But as an ex-New Yorker, I'm rather cautious in situations like this. We both entered the museum with day packs. So maybe you could use a compromise strategy where you segregate valuables and essentials into a discreet backpack and leave the rest at the guardhouse? I guess it depends whether your stowed luggage is modest and you're only traveling with a limited wardrobe so you wouldn't be devastated if you lose it.