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Po Nagar Cham Towers

4.4/5711 Reviews
Historical Site
Monday-Sunday 6:00-18:00
2 Tháng 4, Vĩnh Phước, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa 650000
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About Po Nagar Cham Towers

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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  • 青争静静

    Po Nagar Cham Towers, built between the 7th and 12th centuries, is a Hindu building. The architectural style of Zhanpo Pagoda has some flavor of Angkor Wat, but it is much smaller and the sculpture is not so meticulous. Bonaga is transliterated and also translated into the Temple of Tianyi Goddess. Here is the goddess Po Nagar. The goddess is a goddess who blesses the southern part of Zhanpo Kingdom and protects fishermen who eat by sea, which is equivalent to Mazu in the hearts of Chinese fishermen. But it is said that Hinduism worships the Hindu God Siva here. Haha, most of the tour guides heard it over there. Now not only Vietnamese but also local Chinese come to visit here. When you enter, don't forget to take off your shoes. Looking down from the Zhanpo Tower on the hill, you can see the blue harbor of Yazhuang.

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  • CJ153

    Founded in the 7th and 12th centuries A.D., the Ponaga Zambo Pagoda has the flavor of Angkor Wat, but for people who have visited Angkor Wat, the scale is really small, but it is already a famous Hindu building in Yazhuang. Overlooking the blue harbor of Yazhuang on the hillside, fishing boats of all sizes float gently on the sea. Tickets are 22,000 Vietnamese dong, equivalent to 7-8 yuan, which is still relatively cheap. There are local singing and dancing performances on the spot, and there are many people watching. The fresh squeezed sugarcane juice next to the ticket office is very delicious and refreshing. It's only 7000 Vietnamese dong. Friends who go to play must try it.

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  • 大漠孤烟直

    Tickets are 22,000 guilders, less than 7 yuan. On the 27th day, there was a traditional cultural performance in the morning and afternoon. The man played drums and the woman danced on the crock of her head. No. 29 accompanied his friend to come here again, without performing, and was conducting some kind of sacrificial activities. The white-robed wizard held something in his hand and posed as a peacock's head. This is the fourth day of April, the day of Manjusri Bodhisattva hymns, I wonder if there is any connection. Bonaga Zampata is also translated as the Temple of the Goddess of Heaven. It is dedicated to the Goddess of Heaven (Po Nagar), a goddess in the south of the kingdom of Blessing Zampa. The architectural style of Bonaga Zampata is somewhat Angkor Wat, but much smaller. Built between the 7th and 12th centuries, the pagoda has three floors, the highest of which contains two rows of pagodas, with the main tower 25 meters high. We rushed to play before 5.1, very few people, very quiet. Looking down from the pagoda of Bonaga Zhanpo on the hill, you can see the blue harbor of Yazhuang.

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  • _WeCh****003749

    cheap entrance for western standard ! full of chinese tourist .. consider an attraction in nhg trang just few km from downtown . about 2-3usd from downtown .. just spend 30min here will do .. is near the river . some cheap sea store around the corner . but are open at night .

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  • 136****8213

    If you don't want to be deceived, you must read this article. Zhanbota is beautiful and the tickets are cheap. There are also many kind-hearted businessmen. But I wrote this comment mainly to remind my Chinese compatriots not to go to a seafood street near Zhanbota. Never. All kinds of cheaters and butchers. When ordering seafood by the water tank, there is no price tag. Even if I ask clearly, I even pressed it on the computer to show the people in the shop a nod, no problem. When checking out, I still straightened out a dish of hollow vegetables. When you say 50,000 shields, you must say 150,000 shields at the time of checkout. Oysters change from 50,000 to 150,000. And when you bake them, they stink and grow. When you order a coconut, you should say 30,000 shields. When you check out, you must say 50,000 shields. This is a very conscientious thing. Also, when checking out, there were many unexplained 50,300,150,000 people who could not be listed. As a result, a dish of stale salted peanuts and fruits was placed on the table. They could speak Chinese at the time of arrival, and they could not understand any problem. What's worse, several shopkeepers sat by the roadside and said that the little brother ordered the wrong price, which meant : eat the customers, you can recognize them. It's very safe. Don't go to any seafood restaurants that have fresh and ready-to-kill orders, even if they are on the beach road. When they check out, they will say - "The price list you ordered just now is out of date. Now for the Spring Festival, the price for you is another one. Meet another family in the hotel. Send some pictures, such dishes. The last one is our bill. On top of it is the name of this restaurant on Seafood Street. We can go sightseeing and tourism, rational consumption, but we can not be a "foolish people have a lot of money" Chinese.

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    Reviewed on 1549470570000
  • 远行-遇见你

    Bonaga Zambata, cultural things, Hinduism, and Buddhism are two different things. Doctrines seem to be different, too complex and too complex. Here on a hill, you will see that the great Brick-Building art of the Zhanpo people was built in the 7th to 12th centuries A.D. An ancient Hindu building with a history of more than 1200 years is a typical Hindu building complex. The style of Angkor Wat has some flavor. Under the blue sky and white clouds, red bricks are very dazzling. When entering, you must take off your shoes. To wear knee-length pants and skirts, the tower is not too big. The goddess Naga Po Nagar is worshipped in the building. According to legend, Po Nagar is a goddess who blesses fishermen who eat by the sea. Vietnamese and many local Chinese are devout to worship and pray. There are many seafood restaurants, snacks on the right side of the road at night. It's a good choice to come here for dinner at night. OK, the cultural work in advance is really bad, and the plane experienced a stomach crash again, resulting in the download of documentaries did not see. Enjoy the beauty of architecture.

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  • 张老师

    Vietnam Yazhuang Po Naga Janbata, which is translated into the Temple of the Goddess of Heaven, is dedicated to a goddess of Heaven, a goddess in the south of the Kingdom of Blessing Janbata. She protects the fishermen who eat by the sea, which is equivalent to Mazu in the eyes of Chinese fishermen. This pagoda was built between the 7th and 12th centuries A.D. and is the representative of Hinduism. It has a little Angkor Wat style, but it is much smaller. There are only five buildings in the main temple. The carvings are not so delicate. The pagoda of Champa, built on a hill, has a high terrain, and you can see the green Yazhuang harbor. Here is a goddess of heaven who blesses the southern part of Zhanpo kingdom. It is equivalent to Mazu in the minds of Chinese fishermen and protects fishermen who eat by sea. The place of religious belief has strong religious color. When you enter the door, don't forget to take off your shoes. The Zhanpo Pagoda is simple and quiet, ancient and mysterious. Under the erosion of the years, you can vaguely imagine the elegance of that year.

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