Nha Trang Information and Guide
1. Nha Trang Travel Map
2. Language and Currency
Vietnamese is the main language here but thanks to the development of tourism English, Russian and Chinese are also popular here. So if you do not know Vietnamese, do not be so worried.
Most shops accept USD and other currency but you should change your bill into VND. The rate is about 1 USD = 23.000 VND.
The average annual temperature is 26ºC, the highest in August (29,3ºC), the lowest in February (23,9ºC).
Nha Trang, the rainy season in lasts 4 months of the year (from September to December). The best time to visit Nha Trang is from Jan to Apr when the rainy season just finishes and the temperature is not too high till Summer.
4. Things to Do in Nha Trang
Visit Po Nager Cham Tower:
Po Nagar Cham temple complex was built between the 8th and 11th centuries by the Cham people who once ruled the central plain of Vietnam. The Cham people, who were Hindu in origin, had their own Sanskrit-based script. They are renowned for their skills in sculpture and architecture and left behind a legacy of artifacts and temple settlements not only in Vietnam but also Cambodia and Thailand.'
Explore the seafloor through the National Oceanographic Institute of Vietnam
Institute of Oceanography, which was established in 1923, was one of the first centers for scientific research in Vietnam. Coming to here, visitors will have a chance to visit The Creature Museum, which shows 80000 sea and freshwater specimens, as well as living creatures that are kept in glass tanks.
Fantastic view in Long Son Pagoda
Long Son Pagoda is situated on the foothill of Trai Thuy Mountain in the city of Nha Trang. The temple is famous for its large white Buddha image, which sits atop the mountain crest and can be seen from anywhere in town. Built-in 1886 in the style of Taoist architecture, Long Son Pagoda has been home to many high-ranking Buddhist monks and the Vietnam Buddhist Studies Foundation was founded here in 1936.
Relax in Vinperarl Nha Trang:
Nha Trang's Vinpearl Amusement Park is situated on Hon Tre Island, which has been transformed into a resort island with a water park, amusement park, and a five-¬star international hotel. The park can be reached via a record-breaking two-mile (3,320-meter-long cable car, which affords visitors a unique experience before they even arrive at the resort.
Snorkel and scuba diving in Islands
Snorkeling scuba diving is probably the most well-known activities in Nha Trang. That is a fantastic experience to immerse yourself under the blue sea.
Enjoy Hot springs and Mudding bath
Relaxing past-time, the mud water claims to have somewhat healing powers with the mud formed from rocks and volcanic ash.
Other landscapes in Nha Trang are Hon Do, Dao Island, Hon Noi, Hon Tre, Hon Mieu, Hon Tre, Hon Tam, Hon Mun, Hon Lao, Hon Thi, Song Lo, Tien Beach, Ngoc Thao Island, Bao Dai villas, Kim Than Buddha statue, Tri Nguyen aquarium, Aquarium, Da Hang pagoda, Monkey Island ...
Nha Trang dishes have a distinctive sweet and savory flavor, where fish sauce is always served as a dipping sauce. Great for adventurous eaters, unique delicacies such as jellyfish are also readily available everywhere, whether from stalls in lively street markets to local eateries in the city. Here are top 5 dishes you must try in Nha Trang.
Nem Nuong (Fermented Pork Roll) is grilled fermented pork roll that’s usually served with sweet and spicy fish sauce, pickled green papaya, and raw herbs.
Bun Cha Sua Given Nha Trang’s six-kilometer coastline, 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 savory fish broth, though some eateries add in crab, shrimp, and pork to the ensemble.
Bo Ne (Nha Trang Beef Steak) Another local favorite for breakfast is "bo ne", which is the Vietnamese interpretation of steak and eggs.
Banh Can (Rice Cake with Quail Eggs) Banh can comprise 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.
Banh Xeo (Crispy Pancake) is a savory crepe-like pancake that’s made of rice flour, coconut milk, and turmeric. Pan-fried together with a variety of ingredients such as pork slices, shrimps, sliced onions, bean sprouts, and button mushrooms.
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