Nah Trang

Nha Trang is the lair of the most incredible bays in Vietnam. Apart from being one of the early discoveries in Vietnam, the beach destination was home to early French colonials who first developed the beaches for tourists. Louis Pasteur, a famous Frenchie, lived in Nha Trang for research, doubling its popularity amongst cities in Vietnam. Much before that time was the rave about the Cham Kingdom which was home to a trading station. To date, the ruins of the Kingdom’s temple are the highlights of visiting Nha Trang. A one-of-a-kind beauty that represents the purest form of nature, Nha Trang has an abundance of islands, and beautiful bays you can explore under near-perfect weather. You can also hone your diving skills in your choice beach and settle to sumptuous exotic food at the resort later on. The proximity and accessibility to the city’s airport allow tourists to come in troops. Notable tourist sites are the Dalits Coffee farms and Central Highlands which are both a stone throw from Nha Trang.


Queen Ann Hotel Nha Trang

If you’re vacationing with family, Queen Ann Hotel should be your go-to hotel destination. Why because you’re only a few miles away from Nha Trang’s beat attractions such as the Bac Thanh Church and St. Joseph’s Parish Church. You’ll make friends with other tourists with whom you can explore the best parts of the city.

Royal Beach Boton Blue Hotel & Spa

Royal Beach Boton Blue Hotel & Spa, a tropical paradise, is the king of hospitality in Vietnam. Indeed, some tourists may beg to differ if they haven’t seen the cascades of crystalline waters that overlook the landscape. The hotel is a couple and family zone offering top-notch facilities and arcane architecture, making it a sanctuary for luxury travelers.

Whale Island Resort

Dubbed as Hon Ong or Ile da la Baleine by the natives, Whale Island Resort is a sight for sore eyes in the beautiful Van Phong Bay Island. Only two hours north of Nha Trang, the magnanimous resort boasts of pristine sand beaches and giant coconut palms. Don’t be surprised to see an abundance of thatched bungalows that are made of bamboo with a promise of minimalist living.

Nha Trang Experiences

The Triangle Religious Discovery

The famous beach destination to the Vietnamese coastline in the central south is The Triangle where travelers visit in troops. There are several historical sites to be seen including the Po Nagar tower, known as Cham civilization, and the Frenchmen’s Stone Church that was built in the 7th century. In addition to these is the Buddhist Pagoda, Long Son Pagoda which is a memorial site for nuns and monks that died during the sighting of the Diem Government.

Salanganes Islands Discovery

The Salanganes Nest is the highlight of this destination. The delicious and nutritious meal gave way for the title of the region. Located in Noi Islands, Salangans Islands shares its tributary with the famous twin beach where tourists and natives cheer with glee. During a trip around Salanganes Islands, you will be taken through the renowned Cave where workers climb bamboo stairs to view the magnificent high cliffs. An unforgettable sight, Salanganes Island is excellent for snorkeling, swimming, and diving activities. You can sail on glass-bottom boats to sightsee colorful coral reefs and schools whose pictures make great wallpapers.

Amazing Snorkeling Experience

Sitting on marine reserve with more than 12,000 hectares Nha Trang, making for incredible snorkeling activity. Often attributed as the Hon Mun Marine Protected Area, the coral reef is perfect for snorkeling in Nha Trang style. Even better, you can dive and swim at different depths, whether you are a beginner or professional. Nha Trang is renowned for its underwater life where beautiful coral reefs and a variety of sea creatures reside. As you dive, take classic pictures of pufferfish, butterflyfish, lionfish, and moray eels, the best of their kind.