VinPearl Land Complex

Vinpearl Land is gradually becoming a tourist attraction in Nha Trang. Thanks to its luxury and world-class tourism complex and services, Vinpearl Land Nha Trang is worthy one of the most appealing entertainment centers in Vietnam.

Con Se Tre Tourist Village

Located in the south of Hon Tre Island, Nha Trang Bay, from a rocky island, Con Se Tre Tourist Village is built into a romantic tourist area in Nha Trang. It gradually becomes one of the most appealing attractions in Nha Trang alluring numerous tourists.

Tri Nguyen Aquarium

Located to the south, far about 2km from Nha Trang seaport, Tri Nguyen Aquarium gradually creates great appeal for tourists. Inaugurated in 1998, this is currently the largest-scale aquarium in Vietnam.

Po Nagar Cham Towers

Situated in Cu Lao Hill, overlooking the South China Sea, Po Nagar Cham Towers is a typical tower-temple of Cham ethnic minority, which was built from VIII to XIII century. It is considered as the most wonderful scenic spot in Nha Trang - Khanh Hoa.

Long Son pagoda

Long Sơn Pagoda is a Buddhist temple in the city of Nha Trang on South Central Coast of Vietnam. It is regarded as one of the main sites in the city, along with Hai Duc Temple. Long Son Pagoda was previously known as Đăng Long Tự and it is located at 22 October 23 Street.

Doc Let Beach

One of Vietnam's best beaches, the chalk-white sands and shallow turquoise waters of Doc Let stretch for almost 18km, lining the shores of a huge bay.

Dam Market

Thanks to its beautiful and unique architecture, Dam Market is considered the center market of Nha Trang city. It is the biggest market, a commercial shopping center as well as the commercial symbol of this coastal city attracting numerous tourists.

Hon Tre Island

Hon Tre Island is the largest island in Nha Trang Bay, with an area of 36km² and the highest peak of about 460m. Far about 5km from Nha Trang city to the east, 3.5km from Cau Da Wharf, Hon Tre Island, also known as Bamboo Island is definitely situated off the coast, facing Nha Trang City,

Hon Mun Marine Park

Located in the south of Nha Trang Bay, Hon Mun Marine Park is one of the most charming tourist attraction thanks to diverse marine ecosystems. Taking part in the world of shimmering colors, tourists will surely experience unforgettable moments.

Nha Trang Monkey Island

It’s a private island about 2km off the coast just north of the beach city of Nha Trang. It’s a fairly large island and the employees there will tell you there are 1,500 monkeys living there, but I’ve never seen more than about 200 at once during mass feeding time, and more likely you’ll see fewer than 100 when you visit.

Japanese Bridge

Japanese bridges long have a reputation for their pure beauty of being graceful curves and the inspiration from Zen spirit. It’s no doubt that the most famous bridge of this kind in Vietnam is the one in Hoi An – the historic riverside town in the Central Part.

Cham Island

The Cham Islands (Vietnamese: Cù lao Chàm) constitute a group of 8 small islands of Quảng Nam, which form a part of the Cu Lao Cham Marine Park, a world Biosphere Reserve recognized by UNESCO, in South China Sea in Vietnam.

Tra Que Village

Tra Que is a c-harming little village located just a few kilometres f-rom Northeast of Hoi An. Its location is between De Vong river and Tra Que alga pond (Cam Ha commune - Hoi An town). This village is famous for many kinds of vegetables in a long time: lettuce, salad, houttuynia, flagrant knoutwed, basil and coriander vegetables etc.,

My Son Holly Land

My Son Holly Land dates from the 4th to the 13th centuries CE. The property is located in the mountainous border Duy Xuyen District of Quang Nam Province, in central Viet Nam. It is situated within an elevated geological basin surrounded by a ring of mountains, which provides the watershed for the sacred Thu Bon river. The source of the Thu Bon river is here and it flows past the monuments, out of the basin

Hoian Ancient Town

The town is a special example of a traditional trading port in South-East Asia which has been completely and assiduously preserved: it is the only town in Viet Nam that has survived intact in this way. Most of the buildings are in the traditional architectural style of the 19th and 20th centuries. They are aligned along narrow lanes of traditional type. They include many religious buildings, such as pagodas, temples, meeting houses, etc., which relate to the development of a port community. The traditional lifestyle, religion, customs and cooking have been preserved and many festivals still take place annually.
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