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Monkey Island

One of the more unusual and interesting attractions in Vietnam is locally known as Lao Island, but more famously known to visitors as Monkey Island. It’s about 10 km from the heart of Nha Trang, and it ...

Hon Tre Island

Hon Tre in Vietnamese) is located the bay of Nha Trang at only 15 minutes in boat.

Tam Island

The Tam Island is located in Vinh Nguyen Ward, to the south of Nha Trang Bay, 3 nautical miles from Nha Trang Port, Khanh Hoa Province. 

Hon Mun Island

Hon Mun proposed marine protected area is located off the coast of south-central Vietnam, to the south-east of Nha Trang city.

Nha Trang Monkey Island

It is 33 hectares located at Nha Phu Lagoon, North of Nha Trang City Vietnam. The island is not that big, nor does it have many of the standard services to offer to tourists, but it has many joyful ...

Alexandre Yersin Museum

Dr Alexandre Yersin (1863-1943) founded Nha Trang's Pasteur Institute in 1895. He was probably the Frenchman most loved by the Vietnamese.

Lao island in Nha Trang

15 km away from Nha Trang Beach to the North, Nha Phu Bay has peaceful waves all year around. In the middle of the sea and blue and clear sky, the cluster of dreamlike islands looks like the sails to be filled ...

Long Son Pagoda

Perhaps the most impressive sight in Nha Trang, aside from the beach and Cham towers, is Long Son Pagoda, also known as Tinh Hoi Khanh Hoa Pagoda and An Nam Phat Hoc Hoi Pagoda. It's about 500m west of the ...

Long Thanh Gallery

Located in the bustling heart of the city, Long Thanh Gallery  showcases the work of Vietnam's most prominent photographer.

Nha Trang Cathedral

Built between 1928 and 1933 in the French Gothic style, complete with stained glass windows, Nha Trang Cathedral stands on a small hill overlooking the train station.
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