The vestige is situated in Luu Cu hamlet II, Cuu Nghiep Anh commune, Tra Cu district, about 40 kilometers southwest of Tra Vinh town.
The excavation in 1986 revealed a huge brick-made architectural work with a rectangle shape, a length of 30 meters,a width of 17.18 meters,and a height of about 1.5 meters. The discovered relics are very unique, including Linga,Yoni and several worship items made of sandstone,crystal rock, gold and brass etc…they all show that the ruins used to be an architectural work for worship.
With the method of radio-active isotopes C14, the archeologists determined that the date of the ruins was the 1st
AD century, and its restoration was made in the 5th century. It was the period of the Phu Nam Kingdom reigning
the whole Southern region of the Indochinese Peninsula