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The most attractive tourist destinations in Nha Trang City


Nha Trang Beaches

Nha Trang is home to several stunning soft white sand beaches offering everything from perfect sunbathing spots to plenty of recreational activities. The city's most popular beach is Tran Phu Beach, which attracts tons of tourists—this means lots of activity day and night, making the beach noisier but also full of amenities, including great restaurants and places to rent equipment for water sports.

If you want peace and quiet, Bai Dai Beach might be a better option—it's full of locals, which means the beach and its surroundings aren't as well developed. This can be good or bad, depending on your idea of a heavenly coastline—but the sand is still soft and the waters a clear blue if that's all that matters.

Hon Tre beach is one of the largest beaches in Nha Trang, and it's also where some of the biggest festivals in town are celebrated—including the colorful February festival Ba Chua Xuch to honor a Vietnamese prosperity goddess.

For the ultimate in luxury, the privately-owned Nhu Tien Beach cannot be beat—it offers a golf course with stunning views over the palm-fringed sands and lush mountains, yoga and snorkeling, and plenty of other activities.


Long Son Pagoda

Although it was founded long before that, Long Son pagoda was moved to its current location at the foot of Trai Thuy mountain after it was partially destroyed by a cyclone in the year 1900. Today, this is one of the most visited pagodas in town and a beloved stop for both locals and tourists. Beautiful dragon mosaics and intrinsically decorated ceramic tiles cover the temple's entrance and part of the roof and the altar inside.

Perhaps the most commonly associated image with Long Son pagoda is the 24-meter-tall white Buddha statue, even though the concrete statue isn't technically part of Long Son. Instead, the statue sits slightly higher up the hill, on the grounds of Hai Duc Pagoda, and it's one of the most famous sights in Nha Trang.


Po Nagar Tower

The Po Nagar temple complex was built some time around the 7th century and dedicated to the worship of a number of deities, especially Lady Po Nagar, the Goddess who created and nurtures the Earth. The temple, with its soft stone towers and columns, is a beautiful marriage of Cham (an ethnic minority in Vietnam) architecture and Hinduism influences.

Of the eight original sandstone towers that were once part of the complex, only four still stand, just as magnificent as ever. The 28-meter-tall North Tower is not only the highest but also one of the most stunning—it has a terraced roof, a number of chiseled inscriptions around the doorway, and holds a 10-arm black statue of the goddess Uma inside. The other towers are dedicated to Hindu deities Cri Cambhu, Shiva, and Ganesh.

The complex—set on a hill on the banks of River Cai—also features a small museum showcasing stonework and sculptures of the time. Because the buildings here are still considered active religious shrines, you're expected to remove your shoes and dress respectfully (shoulders and legs covered) when visiting.


Vinpearl Cable Car

A ride on the Vinpearl Cable Car is one of the top things to do in Nha Trang. Connecting Nha Trang with Vinpearl Island, this gondola ride is over 3,000 meters long and takes 15 minutes to reach its destination. It took over a year to build the cable car, as it needed to be made not only earthquake resistant but also able to withstand strong winds and monsoon rains.

The ride is actually the longest overwater cable car in the world and offers beautiful views over the sea and the Disney-like Vinpearl park that occupies center stage on the island.

The towers that sustain the cables are designed to look like miniature Eiffel towers and are completely illuminated at night, making for a beautiful sight.


Vinpearl Land

Vietnam's own version of Disneyland is right here, on Vinpearl Island. This combination of amusement park and water park offers rides and thrills for all ages, as well as plenty of opportunities to meet unique cartoon characters and even see a few wild animals.

The Vinpearl water park occupies a major section of the complex and offers lazy rivers, adrenaline-filled slides, a water obstacle course, and even a beach with sun loungers where you can rest and cool down for a while.

The amusement part of the park offers a massive arcade area, rides, Disney-like castles, a 3D-movie theater, and live performances by dancers and acrobats.

Right next to the ocean you'll also find the Vinpearl sky wheel, one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the world at 120 meters. A full circle on the wheel takes about 15 minutes and offers stunning views of the bay, especially at night.


Hon Mun

Of all the islands dotting the waters around Nha Trang, none are more beautiful and full of things to discover than Hon Mun. The limestone cliffs, caves, and stunning black rocks cover the coastline, offering beautiful photo opportunities, as well as climbing and hiking. A slow stroll on the beach will also reveal ebony-black caves hiding in the rock.

Above everything, however, Hon Mun's main attractions are found underwater. The island's coral reefs attract scuba divers and snorkelers from all over the world—they come here to discover the colorful biodiversity of fish, sea turtles, and crabs.

The water is so clear around the island that even those who don't want to jump into the water will get to enjoy the marine life—boats with clear bottoms allow a direct view deep into the ocean. If you have your heart set on exploring, it's also possible to book island-hopping tours that will allow you to visit not only Hon Mun but also other nearby islands.


National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam

The Nha Trang Oceanography Institute dates back to the early 20th century, and it's one of the oldest scientific research institutes in Vietnam. It's also the biggest Vietnamese research center focused on marine biodiversity and ecology.

Housed in a beautiful French-colonial building, the museum section of the institute houses thousands of marine and bird specimens, as well as displays and exhibits meant to educate the public on marine conservation and the life of aquatic species.

Some of the highlights of the museum include the 18-meter-long skeleton of a humpback whale found underground, glass tanks holding puffers and turtles, and even examples of local boats.

Visitors are free to wander around the museum, which offers exhibits in English explaining sacred sea-related legends, showing the devastating power of tsunamis, and exploring the fishing culture of the country.


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IMPORTANT DEADLINES                        


Abstract Submission: March 10, 2021 

 Extended to March 20, 2021 


Full paper Submission: May 10, 2021


Notification of Paper Acceptance: June 20, 2021


Revised Full paper Submission: July 10, 2021


August 5, 2021: Invitation Letter Sending


August 5, 2021: Online Registration


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