Posha Inu Towers
Posha Inu Towers are a derelict remainder of the ancient Cham culture that was built in the 8th century.
Posha Inu Towers are about 7km northeast of Phan Thiet and located on Ong Hoang Hill, attracted over 2,500 international tourists to visit and enjoy Cham ethnic artistic performances during the Lunar New Year.
There were about 8 shows by Binh Thuan’s Cham troupes with many outstanding music, dance and instrument performances, giving tourists a chance to enjoy the traditional Vietnamese New Year as well as to learn more about Cham culture and arts.
According to statistics of Binh Thuan Province’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, during the first ten days of lunar January, Phan Thiet attracted about 60.000 tourists, of which 11.000 were international tourists mainly from Russia, Germany, the U.S., Korea, Sweden and France. Apart from improving service quality, resorts in Ham Tien-Mui Ne areas such as Saigon-Mui Ne, Phu Hai, Seahorse, Novotel, Tien Dat, Bamboo Village, Terracotta, Romana and Coco Beach, also offered many attractive programs to ensure tourists a meaningful and unforgettable Tet. During the holiday, room occupancy hovered at 100%, up by 30% in comparison with the previous month. Binh Thuan Province welcomed 163,500 tourists during Tet and gained about VND150 billion in turnover.