Museum of Sa Huynh and Champa Culture
Along the route leading to My Son Sanctuary is another famous Da Nang attraction known as Museum of Sa Huynh and Champa Culture -- a place where items related to Sa Huynh and Champa tribes are on display.
Inside the museum are hundreds of artefacts that will give visitors a glimpse of the life and culture of the Sa Huynh tribe — some of the most notable artefacts include pottery, jewellery, weapons, and burial jars that are believed to be 2000 to 2500 years old. A portion of the museum is also dedicated to the Champa tribe which shows the ethnic group’s daily items, decorations, statues of deities, and replicas of Champa towers and temples. The Museum of Sa Huynh and Champa Culture is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike — especially those who want to learn about the Duy Xuyen and Quang Nam province.
The Museum of Sa Huynh and Champa Culture is located at 149 Tran Phu St., Hoi An, Vietnam.
Opening Days and Hours
Opens daily from 8:00 to 17:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance to this attraction is free.
How to Get There
- Fly to Da Nang via Jetstar, Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Express, and Vietnam Airlines.
- From the airport, board a taxi to the city centre.
- Charter a taxi to Museum of Sa Huynh and Champa Culture.
- Solo travelers/backpackers
- Groups of friends
Time to Spend
Suggested duration in this location is 1 to 2 hours.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit the museum is between 8:00 and 11:00.
Nearby restaurants include Moon Cafe, Draft Beer, Velo Book Cafe, Banh Ma By Lan, Red Sky Bar and Restaurant, and My Quang Ai Nghia. These restaurants serve both local and Western dishes.
- My Son
- Imperial City
- Marble Mountains
In the city centre, several hotels such as Green House Hotel, Brilliant Hotel, Sanouva Danang Hotel, Royal Lotus Hotel, Grand Muong Thanh Hotel, and Queen’s Finger Hotel offer accommodations at USD 28 to USD 150 a night.