Quang Ngai is a province in the South Central Coast region of Vietnam, on the coast of Southern China Sea. It isLocation about 883km way from Hanoi on the south and 838 km to Ho Chi Minh City on the north. The province is surrounded by Truong Son Mountains on one side and the East Sea on the other. Quang Ngai borders Quang Nam Province on the north, Binh Dinh Province on the south, Kon Tum Province on the west and Eastern is coastline within 135km seashore. Its topography consisted mountains, plains, seaside and offshore islands, including Ly Son Island offshore Climate
Climate, with the rain season lasts from September to December. It is hot between April and August and the weather is cold from January to March. Annual average temperature is 260C.
Quang Ngai is known as the ancient province with long-time culture which consists of many historic and cultural sites as well as a lot of beautiful landscapes such as An mountain, the main rivers Tra Khuc, Tra Bong, and Ve River, romantic Co thon covering by coconut shade. Chau Sa ancient citadel site, Sa Huynh cultural site.
Sa Huynh Beach is well-known with clear water, golden sand and pine trees. My Khe Beach is the most beautiful beach in Central Vietnam. It has fined white powdery sand, gently waves and poplars forest.
Coming to there, tourists have chance to visit old battlefields with popular names like Ba To, Tra Bong, Ba Gia, Van Tuong and Son My.
Chau Sa Citadel
Location: Chau Sa citadel belongs to Phu Binh village, Son Tinh District, Quang Ngai province. Characteristics: Chau Sa citadel is an ancient which is covered by soil and build by Cham people. According to the researchers about Chau Sa, it is the only land has been found in Cham. In Quang Ngai, there is one ancient citadel of Cham people. This ancient city is named Dai La or Chau Sa (as located in the village of Chau Sa, now Tinh Chau, Son Tinh district) far from town center about 7 km to the northeast. If the Dong Duong in Quang Nam is the capital of Cham in the 9th, 10th century, Chau Sa citadel was fortified as well as "economic hub" in the south. The trace which is only 3km, a large bank of 4 m, 6m high, about 4km perimeter was covered with soil. According to researchers, Chau Sa is the only land in Cham has been found.
The campus is surrounded by the deep shore with also two frames (the crab), linking the interior with Tra river (Cham people is good at water fight so they often built fortresses near the big river ) Chau Sa is the site has many advantages in military defending, so it should be chosen as the wall construction. It remained to be proud of the board wall that is known as the outpost accumulated capital of the Cham people. At night, just lit a fire, military in Chau Sa citadel would recognize the warning signals to the enemy.
The east of the old frame is the place where pottery was produced. It was found here, with many types of ceramics from different culture. In the area of sea and river landing Sa Ky and Thu xa river, researchers also find pieces of pottery dating to the same time in Chau Sa. That has posed the expanding trade between the ancient cities with surrounding areas through a network of waterways.
In addition, people also discovered several ancient artifacts such as ancient pottery to wear called "quail". The "quail" is 1cm thick, 5 cm long and the width about 7 - 10cm. 500m from Chau Sa, a tower of Go City is where the faithful pilgrims of Brahmans in the holidays. In the ancient citadel, people have found traces of a large stock of food. People who discover this ancient city is the archaeological cum French architect H. Parmentier (1924). In 1988, through a survey, Mr. Le Dinh Phung at the Institute of Archaeology has discovered the west of the frame. Chau Sa has not only the internal but also external to a great extent. In 1994, Ministry of Culture and Information has recognized Chau Sa citadel as historic national culture.