TOP 5 REASONS TO VISIT
Nha Trang is a coastal city and the center of politics, economy, culture, science, technology, and tourism of Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam. Previously, the land of Nha Trang belonged to Chiem Thanh, so the Cham monuments still exist in many places in Nha Trang. Nha Trang was recognized by the Prime Minister of Vietnam as a class I city on April 22, 2009. Nha Trang is known as the pearl of the East Sea, Green Gem for its natural value, beauty, and gas. its posterity. This is the place known as Miami 2
1. Stone Church
Nha Trang Cathedral is the largest church in the city. Set atop a hill that overlooks Nha Trang Train Station, it was constructed in provincial French Gothic style by Priest Louis Vallet during the early 19th century. Na Thrang Cathedral serves the local Catholic community, with Mass being held between 05:00 and 18:30 on a daily basis. It's locally known as the stone church or Nui Church in Nha Trang.
2. Ponagar Tower
Po Nagar Cham temple complex was built between 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.
3. Long Son Pagoda
Long Son Pagoda, also known as Chua Long Son, 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.
4. Vinpearl Land
Vinpearl Amusement Park offers fun-filled activities for travelling families, with unique water slides, a massive aquarium, a wave pool, amphitheatre, shopping mall, and a variety of rides. Situated on Hon Tre Island, the theme park is connected to the mainland of Nha Trang via a 3,320-metre sea-crossing cable car, which offers great views of the bay along the way. Hailed as the biggest of its kind in Vietnam, Vinpearl Amusement Park’s Underwater World Aquarium houses over 300 species of marine life.