Spend the day discovering the delights of Nha Trang City, one of the most famous destination in Vietnam. Tour the Oceanographic Institute, visit the famous Long Son Pagoda and the Hon Chon Promontory, and marvel at the Po Nagar Temple complex.
8:30 AM: Vietnam typical tours picks up you from your hotel to start the tour:
Oceanographic Institute: The institute of oceanography, which was established in 1923, was one of the first centers for scientific research in Indochina. Visitor can have a change to visit the Marine Creature Museum, which shows more than 80,000 sea and fresh water specimen as well as living creatures that are kept in glass tanks. It is really an attractive destination for those who have the passion of sea discovery.
Long Son Pagoda: The pagoda that was founded in the late 19th century then renovated in 1940. Located on Trai Thuy hill, it is the largest pagoda in Nha Trang. Every year, tens of thousands of tourists visit the Pagoda to see and praise the 79 feet tall white Buddha statue, Kim Than Phat To, and many other architectural features that the pagoda has offer.
Ponagar Cham Tower: The tower was built the Cham civilization between the 7th and 12th century to honor Yang I Nu Ponagar – mother of the Kingdom. The local Buddhists of Nha Trang use this place for prayer and worshipping and there are many incense lighted giving the place an interesting aroma. The Ponagar tower is a very glorified structure with amazing architectures filling with stunning colors.
Chong Rocks: Chong Rocks is a famous sight in Nha Trang city. It is at Hon Chong clump, Vinh Phuoc ward. Chong Rocks of two large rock clusters is located on the beach at the foot of la San hill. All of the rocks lying about in disorder and in the way create a majestic look.
12:00 PM: Have lunch at local restaurant (included).
We continue visiting and shopping Dam Market – the largest trading center in Nha Trang
4:30 PM: Tour ends; drop off visitors back to hotels.
Including: Mini bus, tour guide, tissue, a bottle of water, lunch, entrance fee
Excluding: mud bath service, personal expense and tip