Things to see and do
Eight kilometres from Phan Rang is a collection of ancient towers built by the Cham people roundabout the turn of the 13th century. The towers were built to honor a Cham king who was known for his good works for the people. Phan Rang-Thap Cham was the last capital of the Cham kingdom before it was ... read more
This tower is not nearly as easy to get to as Po Klong Garai, but that's what makes it worthwhile. It's a single tower set on an isolated hill in the middle of a vast lowland ringed by high hills. It's a stunning location, and once there we wanted to hang around for a while just to soak up the ... read more
On the way to Po Ro Me, we highly recommend a stop at the two craft villages in the town of Phuoc Don, 10km from Phan Rang. Bau Truc is known for its earthen-ware pottery and sculpture, the design of which is part of Cham people's cultural tradition. There's a line of pottery shops all along ... read more
Nineteen kilometres from Phan Rang there's a Buddhist temple in a remote location, nestled up against the hillside. It's still something of a work-in-progress -- on our visit they were developing the grounds with Buddhist statuary and seemed to be blocking out space for a lot more to come. The ... read more
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