Nha Trang

Nicknamed "the Riviera of the South China Sea", the bustling holiday resort of Nha Trang is set beautifully by a sweeping stretch of white sandy beaches and surrounded by verdant mountain ranges. Add in a spattering of picturesque islands in the clear waters of the crescent bay and you’re in one of Vietnam’s finest beach destinations.

The impressive six-kilometre shoreline in the centre is the city’s main tourist draw, but there’s much more to Nha Trang than just beach bumming. Local restaurants cater to all taste buds and budgets, there’s a good range of shopping options while cosmopolitan clubs and bars can keep you entertained well into the night. Be sure to also pay a visit to the ancient Po Nagar Cham towers, located on a hill north of the centre.

Back at the beach, water sports of all kinds are available, including some of the best scuba diving in all of Vietnam. A typical island-hopping boat cruise will include a bit of snorkelling, hiking as well as some fresh seafood served onboard, so don’t leave Nha Trang without treating yourself to one of these efficient day trips.


Alexandre Yersin Museum

Learn about the home and life of one of France and Vietnam’s most famous bacteriologists.

Dam Market

Nha Trang’s biggest old school market, where you can haggle and bargain for a variety of goods.

Hon Mun Island

This is a unique nature reserve which displays some of the most diverse and beautiful coral in Vietnam.

Long Son Pagoda

Walk up 152 steps to admire intricately built pagoda overseeing one of the best views of Nha Trang.

Nha Trang Beach

Whether you want a chance to escape, an opportunity to party or circumstances to explore, Nha Trang has a beach for you.

Po Nagar Cham Towers

An ancient temple dedicated to the female deity of sea, worshipped by Hindus, Buddhists and the Cham alike.

Nha Trang Hotels

We've pre-picked the best hotels to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

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