Te Po Nagar is a tribute to the goddess of the same name. The architectural style has hints of Angkor Wat, but at a smaller scale. The Po Nagar Cham Tower consists of three floors, but after over a thousand years of history, only the remaining four buildings have been completely preserved. A glance from the top of Po Nagar Cham Tower offers a view of the blue harbor of Nha Trang.
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I am sure that I must be a good father, because I have looked after my baby mice for a whole day in Po Nagar, it was really not easy!
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Po Nagar Cham Tower Chinese translation, is the Temple of Heavenly Goddess, here is a goddess of the Cham Kingdom, the wind of the entire building The style is like Angkor Wat, which has a wonderfully misplaced feeling in the beautiful Nha Trang.
You can wear a plain dress here, whether it is red or white, it will have a strong contrast with the building, highlighting the elegance of the character. Relying on the wall, or stroking the sculpture, people are as much as one thousand years ago. From time to time there is the sound of drumming, and some people pray and pay homage, everything is so calm.
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The Po Nagar Cham Tower is located two kilometers north of the center of Nha Trang. It is located on the hill of Huanggangyan on the north bank of the Nha Trang River. It is the remains of the Champo Temple built in the ninth century. The Po Nagar Cham Tower is a Hindu building, which is dedicated to the fishermen who protect the sea from eating - the goddess of heaven (Panagar). Similar to the Mazu Temple on our side. Inside the
Champo Tower is a statue of Po Nagar. To enter the Cham Tower, you should pay attention to it. The off-the-shoulder, knee-length dress or underwear can not enter the temple. Free gowns are provided outside the temple.
Po Nagar Cham Tower, also translated as the Temple of Heavenly Goddess, because it is dedicated to the goddess of the Chinese fishermen (Po Nagar). Built in the 7th and 12th centuries, this tower is a representative of Hinduism. It has some styles of Angkor Wat, but it is much smaller. After more than a thousand years, only the remaining four buildings were more completely preserved. There is also a small exhibition hall next to the tower group, which displays sculptures like the god Ganesh. Now come here to visit, not only Vietnamese, but also many local Chinese, when you enter the door, don't forget to take off your shoes. Looking down from the Cham Tower on the hill, you can see the blue harbor of Nha Trang.
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