• Po Nagar Cham Tower


Nha Trang's Landmarks

Insight Into Nha Trangs Heritage & Culture

For those visiting Nha Trang who want to learn more about the city's culture and heritage, visit one of the cultural landmarks for an exciting, insightful day out.

Po Nagar Cham Towers

The Po Nagar Cham Towers, commonly known as Thap Ba, were built between the 7th and 12th centuries and the temple towers are located in the medieval principality of Kauthara, near modern Nha Trang in Vietnam. Originally the complex had seven or eight towers, but now only four towers remain, each of which are still actively used for worship by Cham, ethnic Chinese and Vietnamese Buddhists. If you have a keen interest in history, you'll be amazed at the hundreds of ancient relics to be found here as well as the Cham culture's charm and tradition, often demonstrated through dance shows at the site. 

Long Son Pagoda

Long Son Pagoda is the largest pagoda in Nha Trang and was first built on Mount Trai Thuy in 1886, named Dang Long Pagoda. In 1990 it was damaged in a storm and then rebuilt down the mountain at its present location on Thai Nguyen Street. From Long Son Pagoda there is a road leading to Hai Duc Pagoda.