Nha Trang city

Nha Trang is a resort town in Vietnam located in the province of Khanh Hoa with a population of around 500,000. Nha Trang has a 4-km long beach and City stays 1,280 km from the capital of Hanoi, 200 km from Phan Thiet and 448 km from Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon. Nha Trang is bounded on the north by Ninh Hoa district, on the south by Cam Ranh town and on the west by Dien Khanh District. Nha Trang Bay is considered to be one of the most beautiful gulfs in the world, with its 19 different islands, which makes Nha Trang an ideal beach holiday destination by attracting a large number of foreign tourists and also very popular among Vietnamese tourists. Beautiful beaches, lush tropical nature, clear seawater, warm sea temperatures all year round making Nha Trang one of the most popular tourist destinations in all over Vietnam.

The Nha Trang resort town located in the province of Khanh Hoa with a 4-km long beach. The city stays 1,280 km from Hanoi, and 448 km from Ho Chi Minh City.

Besides, the Nha Trang Bay is considered to be one of the most beautiful gulfs in the world, with 19 different islands. Beautiful beaches, lush tropical nature, clear seawater, warm sea temperatures all year round making Nha Trang city one of the most popular tourist destinations. Hottest months are June, July, and August where highs are regularly around 91.2°F / 32.9°C.

Moreover, Nha Trang city serving Cam Ranh International Airport (CRX) which is only 30 kilometers away.

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Vinpearl Land Nha Trang amusement park

Vinpearl Land Nha Trang

Vinpearl Land Nha Trang – the world-class recreational paradise – is located by one of the 29 most beautiful sea gulfs in the world. Whether you want to enjoy a honeymoon holiday, to join the family in exciting games, to relax on the beach, or even to try the current one-of-a-kind amusement rides, Vinpearl Land Nha Trang definitely meets your expectations. In 2015, Vinpearl Land Nha Trang officially became a member of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) and was voted as Viet Nam’s most attractive amusement park (awarded by Vietnam Tourism Association). 

World’s longest cable cars crossing the sea

The ride of 3320m by the cable cars crossing the sea will take you across Nha Trang Gulf, one of the 29 most beautiful sea gulfs on the planet, to reach Vinpearl Land Nha Trang.

Amusement rides

Right after arriving on the island, you will see Dolphin Square with fantastic amusement rides that promise to bring you the thrilling experience and to challenge your thirst for adventures, such as the Evolution Ride with nonstop 360-degree rotations, Swing Carousel with windswept spins. The Mine Adventure features the first roller-coaster running through the mine in Vietnam, with the low-to-high spirals and speedy slides, will bring you ultimate feelings while experiencing the adventurous exploration of the ancient mines.

World’s extraordinary beachside water park

Conquering the Water Park with tens of water slides such as Kamikaze, Space Hole, etc., and particularly the Boomerang slide – making you feel like falling from a height of 21 meters. Following the amusement rides, let’s free yourself in the relaxing Family and Children games area. Especially, in addition to unlimited access to all activities in the Water Park, you can indulge yourself in the all-year-round blue sea, while enjoying the panoramic view of the beautiful beach city of Nha Trang from afar. Where else in this world could you enjoy this feeling of “being the king of both paradises”!

The place where childhood dreams come true

Vinpearl Land Nha Trang is undoubtedly an entertainment paradise- where the childhood dreams become reality. This is where we can see beautiful mermaids swimming in the ocean, t, e funny dolphins and seals, the spectacular colorful Water music show, ensuring to bring you the full enjoyment in the fantastic world of entertainment. Especially, during holidays or peak summer time, Vinpearl Land Nha Trang holds many attractive art shows and colorful festivals.

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Malaisia’s newspaper hails beauty of Nha Trang

Stretching over 6km of powdery white sand, the crescent-shaped Nha Trang Beach overlooks one of the most beautiful bays in the world – Nha Trang Bay – and it is easily accessible by foot from the bustling heart of the city. Stroll along the palm tree-lined promenade, have a picnic on the beach and idle the afternoon away people-watching.

The Star, one of the leading newspapers in Malaysia, cited seven reasons to visit Nha Trang, the “underrated pearl” of Vietnam, in an article recently posted on its website. Stretching over 6km of powdery white sand, the crescent-shaped Nha Trang Beach overlooks one of the most beautiful bays in the world – Nha Trang Bay – and it is easily accessible by foot from the bustling heart of the city. Stroll along the palm tree-lined promenade, have a picnic on the beach and idle the afternoon away people-watching.

Come sunset, retire from the beach and take the lift up to the Skylight Nha Trang. Located on the 45th floor of Havana Hotel, the rooftop bar presents an uninterrupted view of the entire city via the 360° Skydeck and is also home to the tallest lighthouse in Vietnam.

Alternatively, set out on a day trip excursion to Da Lat. Nicknamed “The Little Paris”, this charming French-colonial retreat offers a cool respite from the humid weather. Popular with outdoor and adventure enthusiasts, take part in the extreme sports of rock climbing, whitewater rafting, cliff-jumping, and abseiling.

A soak in the mud

After a full day at the beach, it’s time to get rid of the sand – by soaking in mud!

It may sound a bit odd but a mud bath is claimed to be an effective remedy against inflammations and skin problems thanks to its healing and therapeutic properties.

One of the well-known mud bath proprietors is the Thap Ba Spa which offers the cheapest treatments (VND200,000 for communal baths, approximately 34RM) in town that comes with a mineral waterfall, swimming pool and a hydrotherapy wall.

A quirky Vietnamese experience, what better way to get to know a country than by mingling with the locals. If privacy is an issue, opt for a private tub which runs from VND400,000 (68RM).

Po Nagar Cham

A recommended site for first-time visitors, a visit Po Nagar Cham is a must to understand the cultural heritage of Nha Trang. Built between the 7th and 12th centuries during the ancient Champa empire, the remnants of the temple once dedicated to the goddess of Po Nagar still serves as a functioning temple today – albeit to the Cham and Buddhists devotees. All that is left of the building now are four east-facing towers typical of the Cham architecture. As it is a small complex, you could spend a bit of your time exploring the ruins.

(Places of) Worship wonders

The grandeur of French architecture is on full display at the Nha Trang Cathedral and harks back to the spread of Christianity in the 19th century.

Featuring stained glass windows, a square clock tower, and Gothic-styled interior, the cathedral still serves the local Catholic community. Hear the bells – which were cast in France in 1789 – tolling and witness the Mass being held daily between the hours of 5am and 6.30pm.

Elsewhere, the imposing white statue of Buddha can be seen on the foothill of Trai Thuy Mountain as it keeps watch over the city. To reach Long Son Pagoda, climb the 152 steps up to the peak and stop along the way to admire the intricate details of the temple and see the statue of a reclining Buddha.

The temple is not without its history. Having been struck by a cyclone in 1900, the temple was later rebuilt at the current location and is home to the Vietnam Buddhist Studies Foundation in 1936.

Sweet mother of Vinpearl Land

Voted the “most attractive amusement park” by Vietnam Tourism Association, Vinpearl Land boasts a theme park complete with thrill rides, Ferris wheel, a water park, and a luxury resort that are sure to satisfy both the kids and the kid-at-heart.

While at it, join the line to ride the world’s longest cable car sea crossing – it’s over 3km – to make for a memorable day trip.

Booze cruise

Not one to be missed by a thalassophile or party animals, the four-island boat trip is popular for several reasons: it features snorkeling at Mun Island, buffet lunch on the deck, live music and dance performances, water sports activities, and even a floating bar. And all of that costs less than 200,000 VND (34RM) including hotel pickup.

Chasing waterfalls

Fulfill your sense of adventure and go on a little detour to Ba Ho Waterfalls – 25km north of Nha Trang. Better yet, rent a motorcycle and hit the coastal road to reach the place. Once there, pay VND20,000 (3.40RM) for the entrance fee and follow the painted arrows for a half-hour trek through the rainforest and dip yourself in the refreshing pool. Comprises a series of three waterfalls, Ba Ho provides the rest and respite from the beaches and bustling city. 

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Cham ethnic traditional pottery

One of the outstanding characteristics of the Cham ethnic traditional pottery making is the technique of making pottery without turntables, and open firing with straw and fire-wood.

CHAM ETHNIC TRADITIONAL POTTERY: The Ministry noted that during the planning and documenting process, Ninh Thuan provincial Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies – Ho Chi Minh City branch will conduct surveys and studies, and invite localities with a rich heritage of Cham ethnic traditional pottery to participate in their research. One of the outstanding characteristics of the Cham ethnic traditional pottery making is the technique of making pottery without turntables or pottery wheels and open firing with straw and fire-wood. They are unique products bearing many historical cultural marks of the ethnic minority group.

Cham ethnic people use their skilled hands to create a variety of products in different designs, serving the needs of daily activities, beliefs, and religions, while expressing the creativity and cultural identity of the Cham ethnic group. They include water containers, rice containers, reliefs, decorative lamps, and statues of Apsara and Shiva. The traditional pottery crafts of the Cham ethnic group in Binh Thuan and the art of pottery making of Cham ethnic group in Bau Truc village, Phuoc Dan town, Ninh Phuoc District, Ninh Thuan Province were recognized as national intangible cultural heritage.

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Hanoi launches double story tour buses

Hanoi’s first “Hop on – Hop off” buses were launched on May 30 to serve tourists in exploring the capital city, aiming to create a highlight in local tourism in this summer.

Hanoi launches double story tour buses: Hanoi’s first “Hop on – Hop off” buses were launched on May 30 to serve tourists in exploring the capital city, aiming to create a highlight in local tourism this summer. According to Deputy Vice Chairman of the Hanoi Transportation Service Corporation Nguyen Cong Nhat, the Hanoi city tour Hop on – Hop off using the roofless buses gives visitors a view of the city from the above. The “Hop on-Hop off” bus service designed by Hanoitourist travel company aims to offer tourists a new and more convenient way to explore Hanoi’s tourist attractions.  

Each bus has 80 seats and is equipped with modern technology, including the GPS system, free Wifi, USB gates, refrigerator, a TV screen and safety cameras. An automatic narration system in various languages such as English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean is also installed in the buses, giving visitors an overall insight of over 30 most typical tourist attractions of the city. As one of the first visitors using the service, Dac Luong from Hoan Kiem district of Hanoi said that the service gives visitors a convenient tour through various streets.

Route 01 departs from the Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square near Hoan Kiem Lake, passing Le Thai To – Trang Thi- Dien Bien Phu – Doc Lap – Hoang Van Thu – Hung Vuong – Thanh Nien – Yen Phu – Thanh Nien – Hung Vuong – Phan Dinh Phung – Hoang Dieu – Le Hong Phong – Hung Vuong – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam – Ton Duc Thang – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Cua Nam – Phan Boi Chau – Ly Thuong Kiet – Phan Chu Trinh – Hai Ba Trung – Le Thanh Tong – Trang Tien – Dinh Tien Hoang and ends at the bus station (starting point).

In the weekend, as the pedestrian streets open, the route changes to Hanoi Opera House – Trang Tien – Ngo Quyen – Ly Thuong Kiet – Quang Trung – Trang Thi – Dien Bien Phu – Doc Lap – Hoang Van Thu – Hung Vuong – Thanh Nien – Yen Phu – Thanh Nien – Hung Vuong – Phan Dinh Phung – Hoang Dieu – Le Hong Phong – Hung Vuong – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam – Ton Duc Thang – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Cua Nam-Phan Boi Chau – Ly Thuong Kiet – Phan Chu Trinh – Hai Ba Trung – Le Thanh Tong – Hanoi Opera House.

The operation time of the service is from 9:00 to 18:10. One bus will depart in every 30 minutes. Ticket price is 300,000 VND (13.2 USD) for a four-hour tour, 450,000 VND (19.8 USD) for 24 hours and 650,000 (28.6) for 48 hours.

According to Nguyen The Hung, Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee, last year, Hanoi served nearly 24 million visitors, up 9 percent over 2016. The municipal Department of Tourism predicted that in the first half of 2018, the growth in the number of tourists to the city will reach 24 percent.

As a regional and global attractive destination, Hanoi eyes to welcome 25.4 million tourists, including 5.5 million foreigners, this year.

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HCMC keen on developing shopping tourism

HCM City has become a veritable shopping mecca, but experts say that tourist spending remains at a low level. Traditional markets such as Ben Thanh, Binh Tay, An Dong Plaza and Saigon Square as well as luxury department stores Takashimaya, Vincom Centre, Parkson and Diamond Plaza can be conveniently reached by different means of transport or on foot from the city’s centre.

HCM City keen on developing shopping tourism: As the country’s economic hub and tourism magnet with name-brand boutiques and a wide variety of local and foreign goods, HCM City has become a veritable shopping mecca, but experts say that tourist spending remains at a low level. Traditional markets such as Ben Thanh, Binh Tay, An Dong Plaza and Saigon Square as well as luxury department stores Takashimaya, Vincom Centre, Parkson, and Diamond Plaza can be conveniently reached by different means of transport or on foot from the city’s center.  

While a wide array of international brands and renowned local designs can be bought at many of these sites, the city also has many streets that specialize in selling paintings, fabric, antiques, jewelry or traditional medicine in or near the downtown area. Because of the wide variety of Vietnamese-made products and souvenirs, wandering around downtown is a must-do experience, especially for foreign tourists, according to Nguyen The Trung, a tour guide of Transviet Tour Company.

The famous Ben Thanh market, located in an easily accessible central location, is open all day and night, offering a taste of local lifestyles. It offers clothing, footwear and textiles as well as brocade, jewelry, and special local dishes, among countless other items. However, prices at Ben Thanh Market and the discount shopping mall called Saigon Square can be inflated and tourists are urged to bargain up to 50 percent under the ticketed price.

“I visited Ben Thanh market one time, and bought nothing,” said Alexander Markos Kennedy, who has worked in HCM City for five years. “It’s exciting to look around inside the market, but it’s not a good place for shopping as you have to bargain and the quality of products is not good. I just wandered around some streets and visited stores in the city center. I finally bought two cups with photos of Ha Noi, and some T-shirts, paintings and jewelry boxes at different stores to take home. The items were inexpensive, lightweight and easily portable for his flight back to the US, he said.

Many souvenirs shops and stores providing these kinds of products, however, had failed to satisfy tourists’ shopping needs and tastes, Trung said, adding that handmade embroidery, silk fabric, clothes, handicrafts, lacquerware, tea, and coffee were all popular tourist purchases. Tran Van Long, general director of Viet Media Travel Corporation, said that foreign tourists’ length of stay in HCM City averaged only 2.6 days but could be longer if shopping was promoted. Because of its many shopping centers and premium stores, the city should develop specific plans to promote the city as a shopping destination for tourists, according to Nguyen Quoc Ky, chairman and general director of Vietravel. Pedestrianized streets such as Bui Vien and Pham Ngu Lao in the popular backpacker and budget area of HCM City’s District 1 should have more stores and entertainment services for tourists, he said. Nighttime activities for tourists, including entertainment shows and leisure activities as well as shopping hours between 6pm and 2am, could result in a huge volume of revenue for the tourism sector, according to Ky.

Most tourism services now operate from 7am to 5pm, even though most tourism revenue is gained by nighttime services and activities. Vietnamese tourists often travel to Thailand not just for beautiful landscapes or historic sites but also for shopping and entertainment services. Nguyen Dinh Quang, the operation supervisor at Indochina Tourist & Trade Co., Ltd, said the city should develop shopping complexes for tourists that would offer a wide range of products at reasonable prices and a guarantee of high quality.

“Overlapping products at different stores and poorly designed souvenirs are among the shortcomings,” he said, adding that product price and quality at markets and souvenir stores are not strictly supervised. “Counterfeit goods also flood the market and stores, causing concern among local and foreign tourists about the availability of genuine, high-quality products.” To prevent fraud, tourism authorities and market supervision agencies should strictly monitor markets and stores that attract many tourists, Quang said.

Bui Ta Hoang Vu, director of the city’s Department of Tourism, said the number of foreign tourists visiting HCM City in 2017 hit a record-high of 6.4 million, up 23 percent compared to the previous year. However, tourism receipts increased only 12.6 percent year-on-year to reach VND116 trillion ($5.11 billion), he said. “To encourage spending, the department plans to set up a shopping complex with authentic made-in-Viet Nam products with properly fixed prices to meet demand.” Only 60 stores and shopping centers had received certifications for quality standards issued by the Department of Tourism, he said, adding that the department planned to expand the number of certified stores. This year, the department would organize a contest on designing and producing souvenirs and gifts for tourists and would work with the Department of Industry and Trade to regularly hold sales programs for tourists.

Souvenir shopping is an integral component of the travel experience and contributes a significant proportion of overall travel expenditures, according to Pham Trung Luong, deputy chairman of the Viet Nam Tourism Education Association under the Viet Nam Tourism Association. The country should develop shopping complexes geared toward tourists at popular destinations in the country, which would make it easier to manage prices and the quality of products.

The procedures to receive refunds on value-added tax (VAT) for foreign tourists should also be simplified, he said. As of the end of last year, only 573 stores of 77 enterprises were taking part in the VAT refund program, according to the city’s Department of Tourism. Economist Dinh The Hien said that many foreigners were unaware of Viet Nam’s VAT refund policy. “VAT refunds are more common and more easily secured in Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan among other countries,” he said.

Le Tuan Binh, deputy director of the customs department of Tan Son Nhat International Airport, said that VAT refunds processed daily at the airport amounted to only VND100 million ($4,400), reflecting low demand. The electronic data connection between stores, customs agencies and banks should be improved to facilitate VAT refunds and purchases, Binh said.

Kenneth Atkinson, executive chairman of the accounting and consulting firm Grant Thornton Vietnam, said the low amount of tourist spending was not only an issue in HCM City but also in other destinations in the country. More visitors are coming from mainland China, Russia and Taiwan and other countries, but they spend less than $860 (2016 data), while visitors from Europe and North America spend an average $1,400 to $1,600. Under a new government resolution, the country aims to have by 2020 18.5 million visitors and US$20 billion in spending by international tourists for leisure and business travel, Atkinson added.

These figures would gradually increase average direct visitor spending to $1,080 from the current $860, but it would entail changing the mix of visitors and attracting more tourists from developed countries. To accomplish these goals, there should be changes in policies on destination marketing, improved visa facilitation, visa exemptions for more countries, and expansion of the e-visa program, he said. Extending visa exemptions to 30 days and offering a one-visa policy for the four countries in Indochina (Viet Nam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar), as well as more targeted marketing of destinations, would all contribute to a higher number of tourists and spending, according to Atkinson.

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World longest cable car

Phu Quoc to have world's longest cable car

The world longest cable car will be in Phu Quoc. A sea cable car route connecting An Thoi town and Hon Thom Island, the largest of the An Thoi island cluster to the south of Phu Quoc Island off the coast of the Mekong Delta’s Kien Giang province, will open on February 14, just before Tet. Invested by the Sun Group, its nearly 8-km length makes it the longest cable car in the world. Its 70 cars can carry 30 passengers each on a three-rope cable car technology known as 3S gondola, which is the safest and most modern in the world.

The trip provides a 360-degree of the islands and the sea. The cable car is the first and most important installation of the Sun World Hon Thom Nature Park in the southern reaches of Phu Quoc Island, another project from the Sun Group and that features a water park and entertainment park.

The cable car and the Sun World Hon Thom Nature Park will officially open to tourists on February 14, two days before Tet. Tickets for adults and children over 1.3 meters tall are VND500,000 ($22), while children from 1 meter to 1.3 meters tall pay VND350,000 ($15) and children under 1 meter travel for free. To mark the opening, a “buy 1 ticket get 1 free” offer is available to the first 500 visitors each day from February 18 to 22. A lucky draw will also be held, with smartphones, luggage and cable and food vouchers up for grabs.

The Sun Group has built many large real estate and tourism projects in Vietnam, including the world’s longest continuous mono-cable detachable gondola at Sun World Ba Na Hills in the central city of Danang, the world’s former longest 3S gondola at Mt. Fansipan in northern Lao Cai province, and the world’s tallest ropeway tower and largest ropeway cabin, the Ha Long Queen Cable Car, in Ha Long city. Situated in the Gulf of Thailand on the Vietnam-Cambodia-Thailand marine economic corridor, Phu Quoc is the country’s largest island and boasts a range of beautiful beaches.

Phu Quoc National Park, meanwhile, is home to hundreds of plant species, dozens of which are listed in the Vietnamese and world red books of endangered species. The park is part of the Kien Giang biosphere reserve, which was recognized as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2006. Phu Quoc Island welcomed nearly 362,000 international visitors last year, up 72 per cent against 2016, and targets at least half a million this year.” Source: vneconomictimes.com

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Vietnam pristine Cam Ranh Bay

Vietnam pristine Cam Ranh Bay: Cam Ranh Bay has been named among the world’s seven best destinations for May. Mesmerizing beaches and luxury resorts make a perfect combination for Cam Ranh, according to Condé Nast Traveler. If you are struggling with travel ideas for the summer, Vietnam can offer some help. The country’s deep-water Cam Ranh Bay, with its budding beach tourism, has been named among the world’s seven best destinations for May by top travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler.

Cam Ranh, an hour south of its much busier sister Nha Trang in the central province of Khanh Hoa, boasts pristine and mesmerizing beaches that have yet to be marred by human hands. It’s where one can find “the lifetime fascination” in the deep waters, the U.S.-based magazine said. Luxury facilities such as a top-tier golf course and beachfront resorts should be part of the package, it said.

Cam Ranh international airport is expected to unveil a new international terminal to bring in more overseas visitors to the country this May. The Condé Nast list also includes Paris, Sicily and Puglia of Italy, Portugal’s remote Azores islands, Cannes and Monte Carlo, San Francisco and Louisville. International visitor arrivals in Vietnam in the first quarter of this year jumped 30.9 percent from a year ago to 4.2 million. The country expects to receive 15-17 million foreign arrivals this year.” Source: e.vnexpress.net

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