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Located along the central coast of Vietnam, the seaside city of Nha Trang boasts captivating views and crystal-clear waters, making it a favorite weekend getaway for domestic and international travellers alike. Rugged hills provide a beautiful backdrop, while secluded islands dot the surrounding waters of the South China Sea. The beach escape is known for its upbeat atmosphere — picture high-voltage nightlife, world-class scuba diving, fresh seafood restaurants and fascinating cultural attractions.
While small by Asian standards, Nha Trang is home to roughly a half-million people. On a mission to preserve its natural beauty, the city has developed an impressive number of parks and promenades. It also operates the Nha Trang Oceanography Institute and several protected marine areas.
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Nha Trang Beach
Stretching across 6km of crescent coast line, Nha Trang Beach is an essential stop on any itinerary. Boats, jet-skis and other water activities draw sporty types, while beach bums appreciate the quiet stretches dedicated to swimming.
Home to some of the best scuba diving in the world, Nha Trang’s dive experiences cater to both experienced veterans and beginners. A number of diving centres along the beach offer bespoke trips, as well as classes and snorkelling.
Po Nagar Cham Towers
Pay a visit to one of Nha Trang’s most famous religious landmarks: the 12-century Po Nagar Cham Towers. The ancient towers are a highlight for history buffs, captivating travellers with its intricate stone facades, terraced roofs and vaulted interiors. Till today, the four historic landmark is a place of worship for Buddhists.
The Long Son Pagoda
Erected in the 19th Century, The Long Son Pagoda is famous for its 14-metre-tall Buddha statue. More than 100 steps lead up to the pagoda’s viewing platform, where travellers are rewarded with expansive views of the city.
If you’re keen to stroll through the local markets, don’t miss the Dam Market. Located near the Cai River, this bustling stable of stalls is surrounded by beautiful French-colonial buildings and historic Chinese homes. The colourful shops sell everything from fresh fruits to seafood, making it a great place to sample Nha Trang’s local cuisine
Easily accessible in most locations, metered taxis make it easy and safe to get around Nha Trang. More adventurous travellers may choose to explore the area on bicycles or mopeds.