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Cham art performances in Binh Thuan province every weekend to serve tourists
29 Jun 2012
The management board for Po Sah Inu relics in Phan Thiet city, the south central coastal province of Binh Thuan has held art performances of Cham ethnic minority group every Saturday and Sunday at relics to serve tourists.

Performance is considered as a suitable way towards to the establishment of new tourism service in the locality. Tourists to the relics not only admire specific architecture of temples but also enjoy special art performance of the Cham ethnic people.

Po Sah Inu temples are unique architectural work of the Cham ethnic group. It is the place where traditional festival as well as cultural activities of Cham people take place.

The group of these temple was recognized as a national relics in 1991.

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