These towers date back to the 13th century and have a distinctive Champa architecture which both separates and blends them into the picturesque natural worlds around them. These stacked brick towers have the Hindu style carved stories and the formed triangular rooftops. They are twinned. They have various carvings representing myths and stories throughout the Champa Era.
They are in a natural park around 3 km from Quy Nhon city. A steep stairway leads up to the monuments. The spear-shaped arches and carved doorways are complimented with sculpted Garudas, a half-bird, half-man creature present in Hindu mythology. Surrounded by palm trees and other tropical fauna, the twin towers blend into the formation of the jungle-like foliage which grazes the park. This is the closest Champa Towers to Quy Nhon. It gets busy here during peak season.
The Thap Doi Cham Towers are 3km from Quy Nhon. Opening hours are 08:00-11:00 and 13:00-18:00. Admission fee is 20,000 vnd.