Long-beloved by tourists from across Asia and Russia, Nha Trang is among Vietnam's most sought-after beach holiday destinations. Despite being well and truly on the trodden path, Nha Trang remains an attractive seaside resort, drawing in both backpackers and cruise excursionists with its cheap and delicious food, active nightlife, nature getaways, inexpensive wellness treatments and modern entertainment highlights like the Vinpearl Amusement Park.
Nha Trang continues to attract a growing number of international visitors year after year, the persisting demand creating a steady supply of new dining, entertainment and leisure centres. But there is a very traditional side to Nha Trang, too: the historic Cham Towers, one of Nha Trang's unmissable attractions, continue to serve their religious purpose and attract Buddhist worshippers, and residents of fishing villages continue to make a living the same way they have for decades, all this on the water within arm's reach from modern shopping centres.
A trip to Nha Trang can be whatever one makes it: a stay at a secluded high-class resort or a genuine immersion into local culture, complete with scooters as the primary mode of transportation and meals at roadside hole-in-the-wall eateries that have managed to turn the humble rice noodle into a culinary art form.Read More