Nha Trang can be described as the Miami of Southeast Asia. Nha Trang is Vietnam's biggest beach destination and can be described as boat tours all day and a wild party all night. The offshore islands are the perfect destinations for diving and snorkelling with perfect visibility, good quality coral, and thousands of multicoloured fish flitting about. Nha Trang is also home to Hon Chong, a colonization of two clusters of large rocks.
Ba Ho Waterfalls: This is one of the must-see places to visit in Nha Trang Vietnam since it feels like a peaceful retreat away from the otherwise fast-paced life. There are three beautiful waterfalls that fall into a clear lake that is surrounded by a thick forest. This is a great spot if you want to hike, enjoy a picnic or go fishing. There are stalls along the way that sell snacks and soft drinks to help you along your journey.
Vinpearl Amusement Park: This theme park can be found on an island opposite the Nha Trang beach bay and one can reach here by a cable car that links the city to this island. There are a variety of rides, games, water slides and even a large aquarium to admire the colorful fish. You can either enjoy the roller coaster and carousel or take a walk down the sandy beach and revel in the sunset. There is also a shopping mall that sells jewelry, clothes and handcrafted items and souvenirs.
Long Son Pagoda: Long Son Pagoda where at the top you will find a giant white Buddha which is one of the things to see in Nha Trang. The sites start at the bottom of the hill with a pagoda, reclining Buddha and cemetery along the way. It’s right in the middle of Nha Trang and is one of the main sites in the city.
Nha Trang Cathedral: Nha Trang Cathedral is another still functioning religious monument that also serves as a tourist attraction. Despite being constructed using simple blocks of cement, the cathedral looks surprisingly elegant. Mass is held multiple times a day, and it is a great way to witness differences in religious routines compared to those back home.
Po Nagar Cham Towers: Po Nagar Cham Towers were built from the 7th to the 12th centuries and there are four separate buildings that are used as a place of worship by Cham, Chinese, Vietnam and Buddhist worshippers. There would originally have been around eight towers here in the days of old but now only four are still standing. One of these is called the North Tower (or Thap Chinh in Vietnamese) which stands at a height of 28 meters and was built in 817 AD. The tower is remarkable as it has a pyramidal roof which is also terraced and the interior is made up of a vaulted ceiling and a grand foyer. All of the towers are located on the banks of the scenic Cai River and if you like history and architecture then this is one spot not to miss in Nha Trang.
Enjoy Mud Bath: Though sitting in a mud tub sounds a little bit odds, it has become one of the must-try things to do in Nha Trang. The mud is claimed to have various benefits for health, particularly thanks to its healing properties. Believe it or not, the salty mineral water as well as mud baths could help eliminate dead skin cells, promote your body absorb minerals, increase dieresis, strengthen your bones, decrease stress and fatigue, relieve aches, rheumatism and trauma, make your own skin fine and smooth, decrease blood sugar level, balance the decrease of chloride and support with some urinary tract problems.
Nha Trang Beach:Nha Trang is primarily a beach destination so with that in mind head to the main strip of sand here and top up your tan. The beach stretches for miles and this is a good choice if you want to sunbathe as you can hire a deck chair for the afternoon and chill out in the sun. There are also a number of local vendors here who walk along the beach and sell delicious seafood based snacks as well as cooling tropical fruit.
Set Sail: When it comes to sailing in Nha Trang, there are various places to go around here, and also a lot of boat companies offering boat trips. This is a great chance for you to see the different islands off the mainland and a trip will often include snorkeling, a visit to the aquarium along with a fish farm plus with plenty of boat grub and alcohol. Generally, these tours are aimed towards the crowd of 18-30 people. Shop around to find a boat trip that suits your need. It is ideal if you would like to see more of Nha Trang than just the simple mainland.
Dive And Snorkel: Diving and snorkeling might be the most popular things to do in Nha Trang that almost tourists enjoy. Just simply tread a little offshore and you will find many islands which offer this type of activities. However, if you are interested in snorkeling, the best idea is to avoid the windy season from October to December as the weather is not ideal for snorkeling. While snorkeling, you also have a chance to see the underwater life. And, if you want to get a scuba certificate here, then it is also a good idea.
Hai San (Seafood):Da Nang is known by many tourist attractions, besides, the seafood is rich, fresh is also the "plus points" attractive visitors. There are many unique seafood markets located here. It's very familiar place for locals and visitors. Such as. shellfish, snails, To fish, shrimp... are is extremely fresh and delicious with very reasonable price.
Jellyfish Vermicelli: Nha Trang Jellyfish vermicelli is one of the delicacies creating the culinary pride of Nha Trang. This dish can be cooked from a small specie of thumb-sized thick white jellyfish taken from remote islands. Part of noodle broth is extremely tasty and significant smell thanks to cooked from ponyfish with an addition of fish cakes. The cook only puts noodle and vegetables in a bowl, adding some fresh jellyfish and slices of Cha ca, then pour hot broth onto the bowl, it’s when your Jellyfish vermicelli is ready to serve.
Nem Nuong (Fermented Pork Roll): Nem nuong is grilled fermented pork roll that’s usually served with sweet and spicy fish sauce, pickled green papaya, and raw herbs. Served in local restaurants in Nha Trang, patrons are often served with platters of fermented pork that’s grilled on a coal brazier, lettuce leaves, rice paper, fresh herbs, chillies, rice vermicelli and garlic. You can easily customise your nem nuong according to your own preference and we highly recommend forgoing cutlery and enjoy your wraps with fingers for a more authentic dining experience.
Ca Ri Ga (Vietnamese Curry): Ca ri ga is a type of Vietnamese curry that’s served with rice, noodles, or warmed baguette. While India, Cambodia, and Thailand play an important role in the creation of Vietnamese curries, the flavours of Vietnamese is considerably milder and lighter – great for lunch or a light dinner in Nha Trang. Ca ri ga is made with a combination of chicken, carrots, sweet potatoes, ginger, and peas cooked in a rich coconut curry sauce.
Banh Can (Rice Cake with Quail Eggs): Banh can comprises crispy rice cake topped with your choice of quail egg, fresh or dried meat and seafood. Found all over Nha Trang, these rice cakes are freshly prepared in circular pans over a coal brazier, and are sold in pairs due to their rather small size. The best way to enjoy banh can is by dipping it with sauce that’s made with fish sauce, lime, chili, and garlic. Some vendors offer banh can with raw vegetables, pork meatballs, and shredded green mango.
Vietnamese Pancake: Nha Trang pancake, so called Banh Xeo are beautiful molded in circular molds made of terracotta or iron. Bánh xèo — also known as crispy Vietnamese pancake, crepe or sizzling cake — is a famous street food which is widely believed to originate from France during its occupation of Vietnam. The word xèo depicts the sizzling sound when pouring the rice batter into the hot skillet.They have a round shape that is as big as an adult’s hand. It’s the favorite breakfast and dinner of many local people. They are made with ground rice flour diluted with water plus chopped green onions. Depending on the preference of the cook, the pancakes may be thick or thin, soft or crunchy. The vegetarian version usually has straw mushrooms, sliced tofu. The pancake will be served when it is still hot with fish sauce or chili sauce. Fresh vegetable will be served with pancake to help eliminate the greasy taste.
Mango Rice Paper: Mango rice papar origins from Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoa - a region full of the best quality mangos in Viet Nam. Banh trang xoai is simply made but ingeniously. The mangoes are juiced and boiled (remove seeds). While boiling, you need to stir continuously until the mixture viscous and smelly. When boiled mango juice is available, people will put a plastic on a tray and pour the mango mixture, coated thinly and dried it. Mango rice paper is dried until it's non-sticky and dried evenly.
Pho Noodle Soup: Besides seafood, you can also find the classic pho noodle soup in Nha Trang. Pho is actually rice noodle in Vietnamese, and is served in a flavourful soup with beef or chicken meat, bean sprouts, lime wedges, and greens such as basil, mint, cilantro, and onions. A side of chilli sauce or fish sauce is also provided if you’re looking to spice up your pho.
Bun Cha Sua: it’s no surprise that bun cha sua is one of its must-try delicacies. The dish comprises of rice vermicelli, jellyfish, and steamed sailfish fillet in a sweet and savoury fish broth, though some eateries add in crab, shrimp and pork to the ensemble. A popular breakfast amongst locals, you can find many vendors selling bun cha sua at Bach Dang Street and Nha Trang’s street markets. Another variation is banh canh cha ca, which comes with thick noodles and generous slices of fish cakes.
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