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Kalan Po Klong Giarai, Phan Rang-Thap Cham

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Religious Site · Tourist Spot
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Take a hike uphill to see Kalan Po Klong Giarai, a secluded architectural marvel representing an important religious site. The hike to the temple is an adventure itself, because you get to enjoy mesmerizing views of the surrounding nature, with the tall, snow-capped mountains and a crystal clear river in the distance. The very temple is a remarkable example of the medieval local architecture, with intricate design and even more peculiar decorations. See the carvings in the shape of people, dragons, and all kinds of foliage, that tell the ancient stories and legends. Put Kalan Po Klong Giarai into our Phan Rang-Thap Cham day trip planning tool to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Phan Rang-Thap Cham.
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  • It's extremely beautiful temple on the highland. You have to walk a very far way to the high to get there but there's also the cable cars in server so it's not a big deal for getting faster and... 
    It's extremely beautiful temple on the highland. You have to walk a very far way to the high to get there but there's also the cable cars in server so it's not a big deal for getting faster and...  more »
  • A whole "civilization", a KINGDOM, reduced to being one of the 54 minority tribal people of Vietnam. Scholars are yet to figure out how they constructed towers of bricks, without using mortar. From... 
    A whole "civilization", a KINGDOM, reduced to being one of the 54 minority tribal people of Vietnam. Scholars are yet to figure out how they constructed towers of bricks, without using mortar. From...  more »
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  • Recommended place to visit. Hold a lot of history for Champa people. Phan Rang is the last territory of Champa kingdom before it belongs to Dai Viet. If you can should get a guide to explain the history behind the building. Ticket for entrance is 20k, parking bike is 5k. It is pretty sunny so should visit in early morning or late afternoon. Walking about 10 minutes from the entrance to the towels, no need electronic car. Easy walk as well.
  • There is a souvenir shop and two rooms showcasing pictures and objects of the lives and traditions of indigenous people in the past. The temple itself is majestic and the view at the top is great.

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