Nha Trang - one of the most beautiful beach cities of Vietnam

Where is Nha Trang Beach?

Nha Trang Beach belong to Khanh Hoa province which is in the South Central Coast with an area of natural land is 5,197 km2, a large island waters with more than 200 islands.

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Khanh Hoa city

Khanh Hoa has abundant labor resources, population 1.1 million (2003), is one of the country’s 10 provinces have a large number of intellectuals. The province currently has 40 units of scientific and technological research and more than 20,500 staff at the college, university and 200 staff on the college level. The rate of trained workers account for more than 25%.

Introduction to Nha Trang

Welcome to the beach capital of Vietnam. It may not be a charmer like Mui Ne or a historic jewel like Hoi An, but there is a certain something about Nha Trang that just keeps them coming back for more.

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Nha Trang beach

For most it is the beautiful beach, the best municipal stretch of sand in the country, while the offshore islands add to the appeal, offering decadent boat trips on the water and some of Vietnam’s best diving under it.

The setting is stunning, with towering mountains looming up behind the city and the sweeping beach stretching into the distance, the turquoise waters dotted with little islands. The beachfront has been given a huge makeover in recent years, with parks and sculpture gardens spread along the shorefront, although by night it still reverts to a bit of a circus with motorbike drivers doubling as pimps and dealers, and kamikaze hookers hoping to relieve drunken tourists of their remaining dong.

Nha Trang is a study in contrasts, as the main city is still a bustling Vietnamese entity, buzzing along oblivious to the tourist crowds lining the shore. Hugging the coast for a few blocks is a fully-fledged international resort, complete with high-rise hotels, souvenir shops, stylish restaurants and sophisticated bars. This part of town, complete with a newly built Sheraton and Novotel, could be anywhere in the world, but the steady soundtrack of xe om drivers will soon bring you back to the Vietnamese reality.

It is not only the blissful beaches and glorious coastline that define Nha Trang. It also offers some of the best dining beyond Hanoi and Saigon, with a bounty from the sea and an array of international flavours. As the restaurants wind down, the nightlife cranks up, as Nha Trang is a party town at heart, like any self-respecting resort should be. Forget the curfews of the capital; people play late in this town.

If cocktails and shooters aren’t your flavour, there are some more sedate activities on offer beyond the waters. Try an old-school spa treatment with a visit to a mud bath or explore centuries-old Cham towers (see Po Nagar Cham Towers) still standing in the centre of town. Or throw culture to the wind and experience Vinpearl Land, Nha Trang’s attempt at Disneyworld. Nha Trang has something for everyone.

This part of the country has its very own microclimate and the rains tend to come from October until December, a time best avoided if you are into lazing on the beach or diving in crystal-clear waters.


The main coastal boulevard, Ð Tran Phu, runs alongside the beautiful beach and is flanked by major hotels and restaurants, as well as the odd restaurant and resort on the beachside. To the south it eventually hits the port area of Nha Trang, the embarkation point for boat trips to the offshore islands or a cable car to Vinpearl Land. To the north it eventually hits the Hon Chong promontory, a popular local beach.

Most of the popular restaurants and bars, plus many of the best-value budget and midrange hotels, are located on a square block of streets that include Ð Trang Quang Khai and Ð Biet Thu, both intersected by Ð Nguyen Thien Thuat. The airport is now located at Cam Ranh (See Cam Ranh Harbour), about 30km south of town, while the railway station is in the centre on Ð Thai Nguyen.

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