|Po Klong Garai
These three towers sit on a hilltop.They date back to about 1300, and were built as Hindu temples during the reign of Cham King Jaya Simhavarman III.
|The middle tower
This is where offerings were made.
|The small tower|
|The entrance to the main tower
On the pillars is Cham writing. The Cham alphabet was taken from Brahmi script, the script used for Sanskrit.
On top of the door is a statue of Shiva known as Po Klaun Tri.
|Closeup of Po Klaun Tri|
|Ornament on the main tower
The tower is highly ornamented, with insets for statues.
|King Po Klong Garai
Po Klong Garai was an ancient Cham hero who was deified. The altar has a linga bearing his likeness, and at festivals the local Cham take his clothes on a procession.