Nha Trang is considered to be the main tourist destination for a beach holiday in Vietnam. This is one of the oldest resorts in the country, known since colonial times. It is difficult to single out one thing, for which thousands of tourists from all over the world come here every year. Each of them finds something to his taste in Nha Trang. For some, these are the most beautiful beaches and azure waters of the South China Sea. Someone comes here for an active and vibrant nightlife. And someone likes active entertainment, diving or tours to local national parks or historical sites. So, having arrived in Nha Trang, you yourself will choose entertainment to taste, we will only tell you more about the city in our guide.

How to get to Nha Trang?

The easiest and relatively fast way to get to Nha Trang is by plane. Nha Trang Airport is located near the small town of Kamran. Flights from France, Germany, Austria, Great Britain, Russia, Turkey, China, Singapore and other countries land here daily. In case you have not found a direct flight from your city, choose flights with a change in Ho Chi Minh City. To get from the airport to the city, you can use a taxi or a bus, a ticket for which you can buy at the airport terminal.

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Things to do in Nha Trang

As we said earlier, rest in Nha Trang is a lot of different entertainments for every taste.

  • Nha Trang beaches;

This is perhaps one of the main reasons why tourists from all over the world seek this Vietnamese city. The total length of the beaches is about 7 km, all of them are sandy with a relatively gentle entrance to the sea. Most of the beaches are common (municipal), have a well-developed infrastructure: changing cabins, showers, sun loungers and so on. There are also hotel-owned beaches in the city. Entrance to them is usually paid (if you are not a guest of this hotel).

  • Nha Trang sights;

For those who love tours, Nha Trang has prepared some surprises. Perhaps the most famous landmark of the city is the Po Nagar towers, or the Cham Towers. There, on the hill next to them is the Long Sean Pagoda. In addition, you can also visit the Cathedral, Rock Garden, Yang Bay and Ba Ho waterfalls, Bao Dai villas, cable cars and much more. If you come to Nha Trang with your children, then visit the Oceanographic Museum, Vinpearl Land Amusement Park or Monkey Island.

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In addition, the bays of Nha Trang are great for sea fishing and diving. The best diving spots are next to Hong Moon Island. The islands of Hon Nok, Hon Rock and Hon Che are also popular.

Hotels in Nha Trang

Nha Trang has a large selection of hotels. Each tourist will find accommodation to taste from luxury hotels, located right on the coast to budget guesthouses for 10-15 dollars per night. In most cases, all hotels are located in buildings, it is very rare to find detached bungalows or villas.