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Mini Informative Guide To Vietnam

By Jose Mauricio Maurette

Nha Trang is unquestionably stunning and a must see place in your Vietnam holidays. It is surrounded by mountains, with the beach tracing an impressive long plunge along a bay dotted with tiny islands. In the resort town encompassing several blocks of hotels, tourist shops, bars and international restaurants; one can also enjoy a bustling Vietnamese city.

How to Get There

Because no one in Vietnam follows road rules or maybe because simply there are no rules is best to travel by plane or by train unless of course you are coming from a nearby city where a road transfer is feasible. Nha Trang is located in central Vietnam and it takes less than 2 hours to fly from Hanoi or Saigon. A train ticket can also be booked but the journey takes around 12 hours.


With a wonderful beach town and its interesting outdoor amusements: hot water springs, colorful fish and coral reefs underwater where tourists can enjoys scuba diving and snorkelling. All you need to make your experience really enjoyable is good accommodation.

EVASON ANA MANDARA & SIX SENSES SPA located directly on the beach off the most famous thoroughfare, Tran Phu Boulevard; the resort rests comfortably on 20,000 square meters of private tropical gardens overlooking the sea. Reminiscent of an old Vietnamese village, and furnished with native woods and rattan, the resort reflects the real image of Vietnam.

The Nha Trang Lodge Hotel is on Tran Phu Street, 50 metres from the sandy Nha Trang beach.The Dam Market, Ponaga Tower, the Long Son Pagoda and Nha Trang Harbour are all about 10 minutes drive away. The Nha Trang Lodge Hotel has spacious well appointed rooms, fitted with pleasant furnishings. Average price per room per night is 70 US dollars.

Attractions in Nha Trang

The Champa city of Kauthara is modern Nha Trang, the only one of these cities that retained some importance, and from where two important Champa Towers sites can be visited. The city is surrounded on three sides by mountains; a large island is on the fourth side, in front of the municipal beach. Despite being a solid part of the Vietnamese soil, the small islets half hidden under the eternal mist in front of its coasts, create the illusion that Nha Trang is just another one of them.

Coco Dive Center: Excellent place to learn to Dive. There are tons of Scuba diving schools in Nha Trang, but surely you will be impressed with the knowledgeable, reassuring and non pushy staff at this centre. Ok it is not Caymans Island but the boats are great and the diving excellent.

Learn more about how you can enjoy this spectacular country at its best when you take Vietnam holidays. You can visit sites that are far off the regular tourist routes easily with tailor made holidays!

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