Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel

Art performances are held weekly on Saturday at Nhan Tower. Photos: VNA

Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel
Young women in traditional costume of Cham ethnic people perform their folk songs at Nhan Tower.
Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel

Nhan Tower, known to the locals simply as Cham Tower, is located on a hilltop near Nhan Mountain, on the northern bank of the Da Rang River in Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province.

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The tower was recognized by the Ministry of Culture and Information (Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism at present) as a national art – architectural relic on November, 16, 1988. With unique architecture, Nhan Tower is one of biggest towers of the Cham people.
Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel

Stone statues are exhibited in the tower. Photos: VNA

Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel
A restored shiva statue at Nhan Tower.
Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel

Thien Y A Na goddess is worshipped inside the tower.

Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel
Appearing through the ancient trees, Nhan Tower makes everyone want to discover it when they first arrive.
 
Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel

Nhan Tower is a landmark of Cham culture.

Phu Yen,cham people,vietnam travel
Nhan Tower looks stunning at night. Photos: VNA

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Phu Yen’s landmarks worth a visit

Phu Yen’s landmarks worth a visit

Aside from beautiful beaches, Phu Yen Province also boasts tourist spots that may offer travelers interesting cultural values.  

The pristine coastal beauty of Phu Yen

The pristine coastal beauty of Phu Yen

The movie “I see yellow flowers on green grass” catapulted the central coast province of Phu Yen to fame.