Phan Thiet Water Tower


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The Phan Thiet Water Tower was built between 1928 and 1934 and was designed by Prince Suphanouvong of Laos who, at that time, was chief engineer for the Vietnamese government. The elegant tower is the most important landmark in Binh Thuan Province.

 

The Phan Thiet Water Tower is considered to be a symbol of the coastal province of Phan Thiet. Situated on the peaceful Ca Ty river, the Water Tower makes the city more romantic and beautiful in the eyes of visitors.

 

The construction of the Water Tower was started in 1928 and completed in 1934. Designed by Prince Suphanouvong from Laos, who was the chief engineer of Nha Trang Civil Engineering Department, the tower is 32m high and consists of two parts: above is the octagonal tank and below is the body of the tower. Having been existing for more than 70 years, undergoing Phan Thiet’s devastating coastal climate and historical storms and floods, the Water Tower still firmly stands side by side with Binh Thuan people on the road to a bright future.

 

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