Nha Trang Beaches

Welcome to the beach capital of Vietnam. Loud and proud (say it!) the high-rise, high-energy resort of Nha Trang enjoys a stunning setting: ringed by a necklace of hills, with a sweeping crescent beach, the city’s turquoise bay is dotted with tropical islands. The beachfront has been given a huge makeover in recent years, with parks and sculpture gardens spread along the impressive shorefront, while the streets inland reveal a cosmopolitan array of dining options. As the restaurants wind down, the nightlife cranks up – 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. Try an old-school spa treatment with a visit to a mud bath or explore centuries-old Cham towers still standing in the centre of town.

an giang

Mekong Delta: Can Tho – Vinh Long – An Giang

Many visitors spend a day or two in Can Tho, the delta’s biggest settlement, to take advantage of its decent hotels and restaurants and to recharge batteries before venturing out to the floating markets nearby. From Can Tho, there’s something to be said for dropping down to the foot of the delta, where the swampland that surrounds Ca Mau can be explored by boat, and Mui Ca Mau signals journey’s end in Vietnam.


Da Lat

Dalat is the stepping stone to the Central Highlands of Vietnam. This former French hill station with its own mini replica of the Eiffel Towere stands at 1475 metres. It is a breath of fresh air both literally and metaphorically after the mayhem and humidity of HCMC. There are three likely points of entry to Dalat:


Vung Tau Beaches

Vung Tau is an old port, and the first Vietnamese area to be visited by local vacationers. It is located on a 110 sq. km area, 125 km south-east of Ho Chi Minh city. With an average temperature of 28oC and 20 km of beautiful coastline, it’s no wonder that it’s a popular spot. Vung Tau have five beaches scattered over the peninsula.


Binh Chau – Ho Coc

Away from HoChiMinh city, adjacent towns to the South East super land of Ba Ria Vung Tau province is offered uniquely 11.000ha of primitive forest and more than 30km of stretching seashore next to the Binh Chau – Phuoc Buu preservation zone. Particularly the sea, the forest, the hot springs, the sedimentary mud are combined that seldom fought at somewhere else. At the beginning years of the XX century, one French scientist discovered the Binh Chau hot springs. However, as the rise and fall of history, until the end years of the XX century, the Vietnamese and international scientists researched and evaluated the Binh Chau hot springs with 70 visible spots have the temperature from 45OC to 82OC which are the endless, rare and valuable sources of water for human-being’s health.


Đa Nang

Nowhere in Vietnam is changing as fast as Danang. For decades it had a reputation as a provincial backwater, but big changes are ongoing. Stroll along the Han riverfront and you’ll find gleaming new modernist hotels, apartments and restaurants are emerging. Spectacular new bridges now span the Han river and in the north of the city the landmark new D-City is rising from the flatlands. Venture south and the entire beach strip has been set aside for five-star hotel developments. Oh, and for good measure, a revamped international airport opened in 2012. That said, the city itself still has few conventional sightseeing spots, except for a very decent museum. So for most travellers, a day or two off the tourist trail enjoying the city’s restaurants and nightlife is probably enough. Danang also makes a great base for day trips. The city is part of a long thin peninsula, at the northern tip of which is Nui Son Tra (called Monkey Mountain by US soldiers). Beach and the five Marble Mountains lie southwest of the city.


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