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Nha Trang

Nha Trang is best known for its beautiful sandy beaches. But visitors will also find amusement parks, mud baths, golf, and the historic Po Ngar temple complex, as well as a variety of hotels and restaurants. Adventurous foodies can sample bun cha ca, a soup made from sailfish and jellyfish.
Nha Trang is Vietnam’s premier beach destination. Home to 6km of soft yellow sand, back-dropped by mountains and within easy reach of many islands, it’s the perfect destination for water sport enthusiasts, sun worshippers and seafood junkies. The nightlife’s happening too, making it a popular spot for tourists traveling the length of Vietnam’s S-shaped coastline.

Nha Trang has a long stretch of beautiful coastline; miles of white, sandy beaches with mountains at each end, framed by the dramatic backdrop of mountain ranges, as well as several other good beaches close by (Doc Let Beach, Dai Lanh Beach and Bai Tru Beach) and more than 19 islands (of which serene Bamboo Island is possibly the best-known).


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Big enough to bustle, small enough to retain its relaxed air, the delightful of NHA TRANG, despite increasingly stiff competition, earned its place as Vietnam’s top beach destination. With 6km scythe of soft yellow sand is lapped by rolling waves on one side and fringed on the other by cafés, restaurants, hotels and some unusual modern sculptures. You can enjoy the day-trips to Nha Trang’s outlying islands, combining hiking, snorkelling and an onboard feast of seafood.

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There’s far more to Nha Trang than sea and sand. The culinary scene is noteworthy, as is the range of accommodation amongst some stylish boutiques and bars. Then there are a few sights, both in and around the city, with the intriguing Po Nagar Cham towers of greatest appeal – by the time Nguyen lords wrested this patch of the country from Champa in the mid-seventeenth century, the towers had already stood here for over seven hundred years. Beyond the centre, you’ll find hot springs in which you can wallow in mud, the world’s longest cross-sea cable-car ride, and more besides. Last, but not least, is the city’s huge and hugely photogenic fishing fleet, which moors just north of the centre – a place of salty, local appeal in a city that has been embracing change for decades.

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Nha Trang is located about 450km northeast of Ho Chi Minh City in the south of Vietnam. It has an airport with daily flights from all major cities, and it’s also easy to travel here by either bus or train from Ho Chi Minh City. From the north, it is also possible to catch a bus or train from Da Nang. With its status as Vietnam’s most popular seaside retreat, comes a big choice of hotels – something for everyone. This, combined with its spectacular natural diversity and a moderate, warm climate for most of the year, has made Nha Trang Vietnam’s premier coastal destination.

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