Nha Trang Travel Information

Nha Trang Travel Tips
Nha Trang, also known as the Sea city of Vietnam, offers more than six-kilometer stretch of beautiful coastline with white sandy beaches, clear waters with an abundance of marine life and thriving reefs, and as well as more than 19 untouched islets near seashore. Offering a myriad of sightseeing and recreational activities, the coastal town itself is steeped with breath-taking structures that date back to the Champa Kingdom, Buddhist pagoda, and Catholic churches, as well as natural hot springs, salt fields, and unique waterfalls.
Nha Trang Port Travel Tips

Cruise ships dock at the Cau Da Port pier. very close to some shops and the Oceanographic Museum.

The city of Nha Trang city is 7 miles from the pier. Taxis and trishaws are generally available outside the port gate. A small taxi is about 100.000 Dong one way.

The main attractions of the coastal town of Nha Trang are the monumental Cham Towers and white sand beaches. The area is also known to have the best coastal climate in Vietnam.
The port was established in 1924 and became a popular recreational spot for American sailors during the Vietnam War. Nha Trang's earlier existence, however, goes back to the Cham Kingdom, a civilization that originated with the migration of Malay-Polynesians.

The Cham people are one of Vietnam's ethnic minorities with their own language. In their unique culture, the women select their husbands and give their property to their daughters. Over the years, the Cham have acclimated to the ways of the Vietnamese, while at the same time retaining many of their ancient customs.

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