InterContinental Nha Trang has won two prestigious awards. They were recently named winner of “Vietnam’s Leading Luxury Hotel 2017” at the 24th annual World Travel Awards and have also been named “Vietnam's Best Five-Star Hotel 2017” by the Ministry of Culture, Sport, and Tourism.
QUI - Cuisine • Mixology is the newest edition to the constantly evolving nightlife and dining scene in Nha Trang. It brings with it its unique concept of a dining lounge from Ho Chi Minh City, and looks to be as successful in Nha Trang as it is in Ho Chi Minh City!
Located on Tran Phu Street on the ground floor of the newly opening Citadines hotel, it offers a location with views over the beautiful Nha Trang bay. With 500m2 of space, it has been designed to feel luxurious and elegant, yet at the same time, intimate.
First started in 2003 as a celebration for being voted one of the world’s most beautiful bays, Nha Trang Sea Festival takes place once every two years. It has evolved into a festival that celebrates the best that Nha Trang and Vietnam have on offer. Originally just a three day event it has now extended with activities and events taking place throughout most of June! We have rounded up the best of the festival to ensure you don’t miss any of the main events.
In 2016, Visit Nha Trang was contacted by TripAdvisor as being nominated as one of the “Top 10 Destinations on the Rise in Asia”. Obviously being recognised by TripAdvisor and all of its users was a huge honour so we invited them to visit Nha Trang and present the award to the Khanh Hoa Government in person.
Planning a holiday with a family can be daunting—you want to find a place that suits everyone, that is safe but fun and interesting enough for all to enjoy.
Vietnam is the perfect family holiday destination, Vietnamese people love children and offer nothing but warmth to family travellers in Vietnam. Nha Trang is the best family destination within Vietnam, offering shallow calm seas and enough entertainment to keep the whole family occupied whether for just a short break or for two weeks!
When people think of Nha Trang, one of the first words that springs to mind is Beauty. Once the capital of the historic Cham Empire, the city is blessed with one of the world’s most stunning bays dotted with dozens of islands and it is home to long white beaches, as well as a rugged mountainous coast of charming fishing villages.
Tet is the biggest holiday in the Vietnamese Calendar. It is the Lunar New Year and celebrated throughout the country, it usually falls sometime between January and February—this year the first day of Tet fell on January 28th. The first day of Tet is seen as the beginning of spring throughout Vietnam.
Nha Trang has some amazing cultural sites that represent the various historical and religious influences throughout the ages! Start off atNui Catholic Cathedral, built around 1933 on a hill overlooking the city. It has amazing views and great architecture (built in French Gothic style).