Canh Tien Tower
The tower is located in the place used to be the middle of the Do Ban Citadel in
Nhon Hau Commune, An Nhon District, and 27 km north-west of Qui Nhon City, Binhdinh Province, Vietnam.
Characteristics: The 20m-high tower has got a square base and several stories built of bricks. In the distance, it looks like two wings of a fairy flying up to the sky.
This is one of the towers of typical Binh Dinh architectural style (dating back to the 12th century). Its structure is composed of the front hall and shrine (now, the front hall has collapsed). The outer walls are decorated with pilasters and vertical, protruding frames. Different from other Cham Towers, the pilasters and edges of the roofs of Canh Tien Tower are built of sandstone. At the four corners of each tower’s storey are stone motifs of phoenix tail. In the distance, Canh Tien Tower looks like a great, flashing fire.
Source: Vietnam Administration of Tourism