Nha Trang is one of the place you should be once you’re making your best tour to Vietnam. For miles of beach with the rain only comes from October to December, this is the ideal location for all travelers to come and to relax. Rock climbing, sky diving and partying when the night comes is what you should do if you are an outgoing person. Or you could go to mud spa, discover the Cham Kingdom ruins from the 7th century if you are a person who loves quiet and self-oriented atmosphere. Nha Trang has it all. Here are the five places you should not miss when you come here.
The gorgeous beauty of Nha Trang
1. Vinpearl Land
Known as the pearl on the crown jewel of the resort system on the coast line of Vietnam, Vinpearl Land resort is visited by millions of tourists throughout the years. Located on the Hon Tre island with numerous tropical gardens, crystal clear fresh water swimming pools, water parks and many more exciting wave watersports await, the resort serves as the tourist-magnet, attracts tourist from all around the globe to visit Vinpearl Land and the City of Nha Trang.
The magnificent Vinpearl Land
2. The island of Hon Mun
Located in the one the most diverse ecosystems in Vietnam rated by the Wildlife Fund World, the island of Hon Mun is the perfect spot for diving and coral researching. The resort not only also provides scuba diving but also many more activities like bars or restaurants across the island.
The island of Hon Mun
3. Van Phong Bay
Van Phong is the perfect location for tourist who wants to enjoy the quiet and natural-oriented life style, apart from the clamorous and lavish lifestyle of the urban. With its pristine beauty, Van Phong Bay is a place to explore, to have fun with friends and family in various wave activities like surfing, diving or to camp under the night sky and to enjoy the fresh breeze from the sea.
Van Phong Bay
4. Po Nagar Cham Towers
Built between the 7th and 12th centuries, these four Cham Towers are still actively used for worship by Cham, ethnic Chinese and Vietnamese Buddhists. Originally the complex had seven or eight towers, but only four towers remain, of which the 28m-high North Tower (Thap Chinh), which dates from AD 817, with its terraced pyramidal roof, vaulted interior masonry and vestibule, is the most magnificent.
Po Nagar Cham Towers
The towers stand on a granite knoll 2km north of central Nha Trang on the banks of the Cai River. The towers serve as the Holy See, honoring Yang Ino Po Nagar, the goddess of the Dua (Liu) clan, which ruled over the southern part of the Cham kingdom There are inscribed stone slabs scattered throughout the complex, most of which relate to history or religion and provide insight into the spiritual life and social structure of the Cham.
5. Nha Trang Institute of Oceanography
Built in 1922 by the French, with more than 20,000 different specimens, Nha Trang institute of oceanographic is the workplace for many students and scientists who have dedicated their lives to research and categorize marine species. Preserving and storing more than 10,000 species in the East Sea, the Institute will amazed whoever visit the place by the beauty of hundreds of tropical marine life. The oceanography institution will bring to you a small slice of the wonderful world out there beneath the waves. And in the small slice of the ocean, guests will have the opportunity to observe the giant whale skeleton that has the scale up to 26m long, 3m high with 48 vertebrae that was successfully restored by the scientists of the institution.
Nha Trang Institute of Oceanography
So, if you’re planning a tour to Vietnam and especially a memorable journey in Nha Trang, then don’t miss out these fancy destinations!