I belong to Cham ethnic I am much interested in social works, preservation and development of culture and tradition through various personal and group works. I love to make new friends as well.. My Homestay beside 1A Highway near Phan Rang Ninh Thuan.
Champa started as a kingdom long time ago in the central area nowadays (192AD - 1832), and still preserves its beautiful and unique culture and tradition till present day. Renowned with grand festivals and gorgeous brick Hindu temples while the technology they were built with is still a mystery. Being in this one day tour, you will surely enjoy the famous sites as well as cutural experience activities being introduced by a local.
Not only having a unique lifestyle, dress, traditions, written language, the Chams also has a different taste of food. After Po Klaong Girai temple, we will go back to a Cham traditional house built with natural materials (straw, mud, buffalo dung...) at 11:20 where you discover the tradition of a house construction, how it remains cool in both cold and hot weather, why it is built when you're already married and the women is consider the house owner, the role of a man and woman in a maternal society. After a break, we will enjoy the Cham meal together with local Cham food
Traditional handicraft at My Nghiep village (Chakleng)
Arrive in My Nghiep, the most ancient Champa village ever known, after a morning break and local breakfast, you will be able to see how this famous village has preserved its unique textiles, and you can also give it a try and receive a hand lace with your name woven.
Hamu Craok, the pottery village that preserves the ancient style of production
My Nghiep textiles, Bau Truc (Hamu Craok) pottery, as saying goes. We will leave for Bau Truc at 2PM, you will have the enjoying experience seeing how a bot is made just by walking around the clay instead of using the spinning-wheel, and also try to make one and keep it as a unique sourvenir. You can also buy some gifts home made by skillful artisans.