From pagodas to markets to museums to nature, there’s plenty to see and do in Nha Trang City. Combining the convenience and practicality of an urban locale with the beauty and serenity of a coastal fishing village, Nha Trang has a stream of attractions for all age groups and types of travellers - from conventional tourists to explorers looking to take the unbeaten path through town.

Families will have plenty to see in Nha Trang - there are a few museums like the Yersin Museum and the Oceanographic Museum; wide areas of clean beach; a large supply of family-friendly restaurants; and entertainment establishments like theatres and malls to occupy entire families for days at a time. Nature lovers will find a wealth of flora to be marveled at in Nha Trang and the surrounding vicinity: waterfalls, islands, salt fields and hidden beaches are abound. Fans of window shopping will also have a blast scouring Nha Trang’s many shops.

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Bai Dai Beach

Bai Dai Beach is a remote and wild stretch of beach that rises up into sand dunes and stretches out ...

Hon Ong

Whale Island Resort is located on its namesake tropical island, Hon Ong (Whale Island). The setting is stunning with white ...

Doc Let Beach

This largely undeveloped beach, around 45km north of Nha Trang, offers a picture postcard setting. Palm-fringed white sand stretches out ...

Hon Tre

You can reach the biggest island in the bay by public ferry, but it is geared to locals and thus ...

Nha Trang River Trip

This leisurely amble along the river offers a chance to see a different side of Nha Trang. While the boat ...

Salt Fields - Nha Trang

Vietnam's extensive coastline is a major part of the economy with an annual salt production of around 737,000 tonnes. Tending ...

Hon Heo

Hon Heo (Orchid Peninsula) is arguably the finest peninsula with a beautiful stretch of beach and scenic landscape. You can ...

Hon Yen

Located 17km from Nha Trang, the two islands (Hon Noi and Hon Ngoai) are famous for harbouring birds' nests (Yen ...

Hon Lao

Hon Lao (Monkey Island) is a firm favourite on the tourist trail. In 1985, 200 long-haired monkeys were brought in ...

Hon Mieu

A half-hour boat ride from Cau Da Port and you'll arrive at Tri Nguyen Aquarium (open from 7:30 am to ...

Ba Ho Waterfalls

The 25km drive to these waterfalls takes you past some wonderful stretches of coast and rice paddies. The waterfalls themselves ...

Hon Chong Promontory

Boulders are stacked on top of one another at this site drenched in legend 3.5km from the city centre. The ...

Hon Tam

Hon Tam (Tam Island) is like something out of a James Bond film. It is home to an extensive eco-resort ...

Nha Phu Bay

Nha Phu is one of four bays in Khanh Hoa Province. A haven for nature lovers, the scenery is spectacular ...

Yang Bay Waterfalls in Nha Trang

The theme park-like atmosphere of this site has detracted somewhat from its natural beauty, but don't let that stop you ...

Thap Ba Hot Spring Centre

Relax back in a coffee-coloured mud bath, said to be beneficial for your health at the Thap Ba Hot Spring ...

Hon Mun

Hon Mun (Ebony Island) is a prime diving and snorkeling site and is a protected area. Due to its proximity ...

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