Nha Trang is one of the most popular holiday locations in Vietnam because of its urban culture and historical significance. The city rests along the south coast and is also the country’s prime scuba diving location. For sure, you won’t want to leave the Nha Trang Bay and its surrounding islands and soft shores.
Nha Trang is a beach lover’s paradise because of its white-sand shores, palm trees, and surrounding islands. There’s many different beach and water related things to do in Nha Trang for you to enjoy. Try scuba diving and see the beautiful underwater world and brightly-colored fish. You can even take a trip offshore to try octopus diving and see these stunning creatures in their natural habitat.
You can also stay at or visit Vinpearl Resort featuring a fantastic water park with plenty of rides and games for the whole family.
Nha Trang also has several museums, including the National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam where you can learn more about the surrounding water and how it has historically affected the city.
Also, don’t miss out on seeing the Po Nagar Cham Towers which are Buddhist towers that are constantly full of burning incense and offer a truly unique experience.
After a busy day of sightseeing, you may want to relax and check out the city’s nightlife. There are plenty of upbeat bars, clubs, and other places to sip a cocktail and socialize with other people.
Finally, if you have time, take a train out to Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) and enjoy the metropolitan area.
Nha Trang has a tropical climate with warm temperatures year round. The monsoon season is from October to December, when it can be quite windy and cool. Summer is the most popular time to visit and temperatures average around 26 °C (80 °F). Most activities such as visiting islands, touring waterfalls, surfing, and motor biking take place outdoors, so be sure to bring the right gear in case it gets windy or rainy during your visit.
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