Coming to Inra Champa Cultures homestay, you will be free between the desert and thousands of sheeps, learning how to make pottery, weaving or learning about the oldest culture of the Cham.
Inra Champa Cultures homestay is located between the cradle of Champa culture. That is My Nghiep brocade weaving village, Ninh Phuoc district, Ninh Thuan province. The unique feature of this ancient village is that people brocade under the manual method, keep Cham cultural imprints which are timeless.
The attraction of Inra Champa Cultures homestay
Visiting My Nghiep, you’ll witness the Cham women weaving and sometimes it takes several days to complete. The whole village has more than 500 skilled weavers.
In extremely ideal location, in the south of the homestay is Cha Bang mountain and the Lu river in the North. Therefore Inra owns charming natural, tranquility and comfortable scenery.
Inra Champa Cultures Homestay was officially launched in June this year as a place to rest for backpackers as well as the appropriate place for those passionate photographers. Not only that, the homestay is an ideal place to learn more about Cham culture, brocade and pottery (Bau Truc pottery village).
Homestay has a large yard but only has 4 bedrooms. All travelers to stay will have to use a shared bathroom. At night, you can organize barbecue under the starry and windy sky.
There is also motorbike rental service so you can yourself to experience all the beauty of the. Some exotic locations near the homestay where you can explore by motorbike are Nam Cuong sand hill, coastal path DT701, Dinh cape, Son Hai fishing village, and An Hai sheepfarm…