Sa Huynh Culture Museum
Sa Huynh Culture Museum
Sa Huynh Culture Museum
Sa Huynh Culture Museum

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Price: 80,000VND-120,000VND

Phone: 02353 861535

Time to visit a place: 45 phút

Open Time: 8:00 AM - Close Time: 9:30 PM

Email: ttqlbtdt@gmail.com

Address: 149 Trần Phú, Phường Minh An, TP Hoi An, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

Sa Huynh Culture Museum is located at an ancient house with French architecture at 149 Tran Phu Street, Hoi An. The museum displays an adequate and unique collection of 971 artifacts related to the ancient inhabitants of the Sa Huynh culture system (dating more than 2000 years ago). They are considered owners of the pre-commercial port of Hoi An, which used to have a relationship with the whole Southeast Asia region, South India, and China. The interesting thing is that the artifacts have very reliable archaeological addresses, along with the artifacts are systematic documents and photographs.... illustrating their position on the ground. Through documents and artifacts, the Museum also reflects various information about burial customs, life-death conceptions, aesthetic perception, exchange relationships, etc... of the ancient inhabitants of the Sa Huynh culture in Hoi an. In particular, the Museum also displays a number of artifacts discovered at  Bai Ong site - Cham islands, proving that there were indigenous people living here more than 3000 years ago. The collection of artifacts about Sa Huynh Culture in Hoi An at the Museum is considered as the most plentiful and unique in Viet Nam by scientists. Now, the museum is open daily except the 10th ... View more

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Sa Huynh Culture Museum is located at an ancient house with French architecture at 149 Tran Phu Street, Hoi An. The museum displays an adequate and unique collection of 971 artifacts related to the ancient inhabitants of the Sa Huynh culture system (dating more than 2000 years ago). They are considered owners of the pre-commercial port of Hoi An, which used to have a relationship with the whole Southeast Asia region, South India, and China.

The interesting thing is that the artifacts have very reliable archaeological addresses, along with the artifacts are systematic documents and photographs.... illustrating their position on the ground. Through documents and artifacts, the Museum also reflects various information about burial customs, life-death conceptions, aesthetic perception, exchange relationships, etc... of the ancient inhabitants of the Sa Huynh culture in Hoi an. In particular, the Museum also displays a number of artifacts discovered at  Bai Ong site - Cham islands, proving that there were indigenous people living here more than 3000 years ago.

The collection of artifacts about Sa Huynh Culture in Hoi An at the Museum is considered as the most plentiful and unique in Viet Nam by scientists. Now, the museum is open daily except the 10th of every month because of carrying out professional work.

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