Discover the remnants of Cham culture – historically belongs to a former mighty Kingdom bordering current Vietnam and Cambodia. The highlights include Nam Cuong Sand Dune, handmade pottery & weaving village, and the masterpiece of Poklong Garai Temple, built by Cham people to commemorate their great King of the same name.
6-7 hours, Private Tour
At 9:30 am, our driver picks you up at your hotel and drives you to Nam Cuong Sand Dune, located in an area where Cham people populate. Visit Bau Truc, a local Cham Village that specializes in handmade pottery, a symbolic craft of the Cham people that has been preserved through centuries. We will stop at an artisan’s house to see how handmade ceramic products are still being produced.
We will have your lunch at Charaih eco-field, bordered by paddy farm and flower fields. Enjoy the food specialties of Champa here, and then we can rest in a hammock or walk around the fields while also, taking pictures of the scenery. From March until October, the lotus flowers blossom in a colorful kaleidoscope.
Our tour takes us to My Nghiep Weaving Village. We will stop by the house of a Cham’s family who has perfected their weaving skills through generations.
Visit Poklong Garai Temple built by Cham people to commemorate their great King of the same name.
Finally, we will take you back to your hotel around 4:00 pm.