Nha Trang is a unique beach destination in Vietnam. It is small enough to easily navigate, yet large enough to provide plenty of things to see and do.

Nha Trang has it all, located on the South Central coast of Vietnam it offers the perfect climate to explore the region. With over 300 days of sunshine and the shortest rainy season in Vietnam there is ample opportunity to explore everything that this area has on offer.

Nha Trang has a rich cultural history which allows you to explore Vietnam through the ages without having to leave the city. There are examples of both Cham and French architecture plus many temples and religious places of worship. There are choices of museums too.

If nature is more your thing then just a short drive outside of Nha Trang gives you endless beaches, waterfalls and mountains to explore.

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If you’re wanting to head to quieter, less developed beaches outside of the city, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
This small, interesting museum showcases the life work of Dr Alexandre Yersin.
This large square next to Tram Huong Tower comes alive at sundown with locals and tourists alike gathering to fly kites and enjoy the large open space with cooling sea breezes.
Ba Ho (meaning three pools) waterfalls are located 30 km north of Nha Trang in a relatively unspoilt natural area.
Directly off the coast are five main islands, the largest being Hon Tre, providing protection from storms and giving Nha Trang the best beach climate in Vietnam.
Located near the centre of the city, Dam Market starts to come alive from 4 AM with the arrival of fresh meats, fish, fruit and vegetables.
Built in the late 19th Century, this pagoda is one of the more impressive pagodas to view in Vietnam.
With frequent shows and performances regularly taking place, the area in and around the theatre comes alive with people and music.
With 6 km of uninterrupted coastline, clear turquoise water and golden sand, it’s no wonder that Nha Trang Bay is considered one of the most beautiful bays in the World.
The official name of this church is Christ the King Cathedral, although most people know it as Nui (Mountain) Church.
Also known as the Po Nagar Cham Towers, these beautiful and elegant towers were built between the 7th and 12th centuries.
This is the only aquarium on the mainland and it offers an insight into marine life through exhibitions and displays.

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