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Nha Trang

Nha Trang is a glorious seaside city on the South-Central Coast of Vietnam. This city is world-renowned for its breath-taking beaches, wild-water adventure activities (such as scuba diving, snorkelling, and surfing), and its classy cuisine.
Every single year, thousands of tourists from all over the world head to this azure jewel in Vietnam for an ideal blend of city-life and tropical paradise with a seemingly endless selection of stunning 5-star hotels in Nha Trang.
Nha Trang is very much a city for beach lovers and is now considered as being one of the most beautiful bays in the entire world. But don't worry if you are not one for swimming in the sea as most of the hotels in Nha Trang boast refreshing swimming pools!
For those of you who love tropical beaches, the Doc Let Beach and Cam Ranh Beach will provide you with plenty of distraction – particularly if you've always wanted to try boat cruising, sailing, and rafting.
If you are more interested in history and culture then you can immerse yourself in the intriguing and colourful history of Danang with the Alexandre Yersin Museum, named after the Vietnamese bacteriologist who died in 1943 – a place for budding historians and other enquiring minds.
Another great spot to visit is the Po Nagar Cham Towers – a truly enchanting piece of architecture which has been wowing visitors since it was originally built in 781 A.D!
Nha Trang is a particularly popular spot for people who would like to get married on a beach. You will find no shortage of wedding hotels in Nha Trang who can accommodate your dream wedding in paradise!
Of course, no trip to Nha Trang Bay would be complete without paying a visit to the famous Hon Tre (Bamboo) Island; a gorgeous tropical retreat with many quiet, pristine beaches and a fantastic entertainment centre.

What are the best things to see and do in Nha Trang?

So, aside from all of the sunbathing and swimming, what else is there to do in the gorgeous coastal city of Nha Trang? Here's a list of some unmissable experiences:

  • Relax at the Thap Ba Hot Springs and Mud Baths – most of us go on holiday to relax, and what could be more relaxing than chilling in the hot springs and mud baths available here. You can pick and choose the kind of treatments and day that you would like, from taking a dip in the pool and soaking up some rays on a sun bed, to full packages with mineral baths and treatments to leave you feeling like a whole new you.
  • Trek to the waterfalls – Nha Trang is known for its waterfalls, including Ba Ho and Fairy Springs as some of the more famous ones. You can go on a jungle trek, exploring the nearby area before heading to the waterfalls to cool off and enjoy the sight and sounds that they offer.
  • Po Nagar Cham Towers – the main Cham temple here, dedicated to the goddess of the country, it has been here since 781 and is definitely well worth a visit. For anyone with an interest in history or who just wants to look upon a beautiful spot, check out the complex of temples just 2km north of Nha Trang.
  • Go diving and snorkelling – home to the Hon Mun Marine, Nha Trang has reefs filled with marine life for you to go out and get a good look at. While it is great for its snorkelling it is an even better spot to get your certification as a diver, and ready to dive to new depths and see ever more incredible creatures. You can take a tour and go snorkelling, visit some small islands and even get your lunch thrown in too. The perfect day.
  • Marvel at the National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam – established 100 years ago, this museum is dedicated to preserving and educating about marine life. It has over 20,000 specimens both live and preserved, and is a great way to learn about some of the creatures you might have seen while snorkelling or diving.
  • Go to Monkey Island – easy to get to by boat, this beautiful islands is home to plenty of monkeys for anyone who enjoys some wildlife, and isn't found in the sea for a change. Watch your belongings though, and make sure to follow any rules and instructions given to keep both you and the monkeys safe.
  • Visit the Buddha – you can find a large white Buddha statue behind the Long Son Pagoda, which is worth a visit in and of itself. The Buddha shouldn't be too hard to find – it stands at an impressive 14 metres, and can be seen from pretty much anywhere in Nha Trang.

Other things to do:

  • Explore the Alexandre Yersin Museum
  • Go sailing
  • Go shopping in the high-end malls and local stalls
  • Visit the Long Son Pagoda
  • Visit one of the many fishing villages
  • Kick-back on the Nha Trang Beach
  • Try your hand at paintballing
  • Explore the Long Thanh Gallery
  • Visit Yang Bay
  • See the Thanh Citadel
  • Go hot air ballooning
  • Take a traditional Vietnamese cooking class
  • Do Dien Khanh Gallery
  • Enjoy all of the amazing street food
  • Play a round of golf
  • Have a 'blind massage'
  • See the Hon Chong Promontory
  • See Nha Trang Cathedral

This is just scraping the surface! There is so much to do in Nha Trang so you will never be short of excitement. If you find yourself a little overwhelmed, all of the top hotels in Nha Trang provide a concierge service. That way, you can get the best advice and recommendations on where to go!

If you would like to enjoy the benefits of a big-city alongside the luxury of a tropical beach paradise, you'll find a plethora of premium hotels in Nha Trang. Whether you want to stay in a boutique hotel in Nha Trang, or you are more interested in finding the best Nha Trang hotels on the beach, we have a wide variety of accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets.