Nha Trang travel guide

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Nha Trang is a modern Vietnamese resort town, but you can still find a few traditional fishing villages in the area. The beach and nearby tropical islands attract tourists who either want to enjoy the calm sea or obtain their diving certificate.

Even though the beach is a popular attraction, Nha Trang has a lot more to offer. Visit the nearby fishing village and explore different places of worship such as the Po Nagar Cham Towers or the Nha Trang Cathedral, an impressive structure influenced by French Catholicism.

The nature around Nha Trang is also worth exploring. You can admire the city from the hills that surround it, travel 12 miles north of the city to see the Ba Ho Waterfalls, or take a tour of the tropical islands located east of Nha Trang.

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When to Visit Nha Trang

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The monsoon season starts in October and ends in December. During this period, temperatures can be cold and the wind will make enjoying the beach difficult. Try visiting Nha Trang in the spring since the city can be crowded during the summer.

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How to Get to Nha Trang

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Where to Stay in Nha Trang

Consider staying at the Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel and Spa or at the InterContinental Nha Trang if you want an upscale beachfront hotel. There are many more affordable options that are close to the beach (although you may not get a view on the sea), including the Copac Hotel and the Vien Dong Hotel.

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The Cost of Living in Nha Trang

Shopping Streets

You will find many stores in the Biet Thu area where you can shop for clothes, new and second-hand electronics, beachwear, skateboarding, surfing, and diving equipment. The Nha Trang Center is the only shopping mall in town. There are over a hundred stores where you can shop for clothes, accessories, and jewelry.

Groceries and Other

The Cho Dam market is the best place to shop for fresh food. There is also a Maximark Supermarket near the train station, and you will find different A Mart locations in the Biet Thu area. A quart of milk costs around ₫45,000, while a loaf of bread is priced at ₫14,000.

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Where to Eat in Nha Trang

Nha Trang has one of the best bakeries in the country - the Hoa Hung bakery. You must try seafood during your trip; head to the Thien Thanh Restaurant for an affordable option or to Nha Trang Seafoods for a more upscale experience. You can enjoy traditional vegetarian fare at Phuoc Thien Com Chay and eat Western-style food at White House Hotel. If you want a more hands-on experience, visit Lac Canh, a BBQ restaurant where guests cook their food themselves. Spend an evening at the Fuji Cafe (Phú Sĩ Cafe) if you love live music, or go to the Ha Van Hotel and The Rooftop Lounge on a Tuesday night to take part in the weekly trivia quiz event. Most meals should cost ₫22,000 to ₫113,200 while a meal at a more upscale place should cost ₫226,500 to ₫317,100.