TAG : Nha Trang

  • Tet Holiday in Nha Trang-Where to eat vegetarian and traditional dishes?

    Tet Holiday in Nha Trang-Where to eat vegetarian and traditional dishes?

    The Square Restaurant by Novotel Nha Trang will remain open throughout Tet holiday serving the best dining options of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes


  • In step with the Digital World

    In step with the Digital World

    The Guide’s annual review tour of hotels and resorts around Vietnam this year took in Hanoi, Nha Trang, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, and, in particular, the “paradise island” of Phu Quoc, and confirmed there are a great many options for the business and leisure traveler.


  • ibis Styles Nha Trang

    The latest hotel of ibis Styles has recently opened in Nha Trang. ibis Styles Nha Trang reflects the brand’s core values of simplicity and conviviality with its bright and colourful design and features 310 guest rooms with spectacular views, a restaurant, two bars, a fitness centre, a spa, and an outdoor pool, including a kids’ pool and a kids’ corner. StrEATs Restaurant serves a-la-carte and buffet, while the StrEATs Lobby Bar & Pool Bar offers a range of fusion comfort food and a wide selection of cocktails, making them ideal venues for an evening chilling out. For meetings, conferences and banquets, ibis Styles Nha Trang boasts a grand ballroom and four stylish meeting rooms with state-of-the-art audio-visual technology that can host up to 480 guests. The hotel has a ‘Weekend Getaway’ promotion at VND1,350,000/ room/ night, including breakfast for two, valid until 23 December.

    Email h9578@accor.com. Tel: (0258) 627 4997.

  • Khanh Hoa Salanganes' Nest Company a winner at The Guide Awards yet again

    Khanh Hoa Salanganes' Nest Company a winner at The Guide Awards yet again

    The 20th holding of the prestigious The Guide Awards by Vietnam Economic Times in late September left, as usual, a good impression on the tourism business community.


  • Nha Trang Observatory added to tours

    Nha Trang Observatory added to tours

    The south-central province of Khanh Hoa has put Nha Trang Observatory on to the itinerary of Nha Trang city tours as a new destination for tourists to explore. Built in 2014, Vietnam’s first observatory is located on Hon Chong Island. Costing some VND60 billion ($2.6 million), it has a cylindrical shape with five floors, including a 60-seat cosmic projection room and a 200 sq m exhibition room. On the top floor is a 0.5-metre-diameter telescope designed and produced by Italy’s Marcon. The telescope is equipped with cameras and high-resolution spectrum analysers that allow visitors to observe the stars. The cosmic projection room is designed like a movie theatre with a dome screen, providing knowledge about astronomy and astronomical phenomena, such as the change in the position of celestial bodies in the sky and eclipses, through the use of visual effects, helping people satisfy their curiosity, especially children, about space and the universe.

  • Charity Cycle Adventure

    Charity Cycle Adventure

    Riding Route: Dalat - Nha Trang

    The annual charity event for Saigon Children’s Charity welcomes riders to participate in an adventurous three-day ride through Vietnam’s central highlands to the coast. Riders this year will be able to enjoy a three-day, fully-supported and guided ride through the valleys and forested highlands of Dalat before heading down to the world-famous beach of Nha Trang. Winding their way through the tree-lined roads of Dalat, formerly a resort destination for French colonialists, riders will enjoy picturesque scenery as they pass small villages and farms. After two days of exploring valleys and trails in fresh mountain air, riders begin their descent down to the coast.

    The event aims to raise funds to help programs assisting disadvantaged children. Over the last seven years, the annual Charity Cycle Adventure has welcomed enthusiastic cyclists from all over the world, who have ridden over 2000 km in total and raised over $280,000 for disadvantaged children.

    Registration fee: $700 (flights, food and accommodation, cycling shirt, guides, and support vehicles). Minimum funds raised to support programs: $500. Contact Mr David Appleton (Davidappleton@gmail.com or 0903 014 488) or Ms Van (van@saigonchildren.com).



    A holiday on the beach in Vietnam can be made so much more exciting by trying some of the many water sports on offer.


  • Houses of worship

    Houses of worship

    Vietnam boasts a host of cathedrals from the north to the south.




    On Oct 21, Ana Marina Yacht Club (AMYC), a part of the International Nha Trang Marina Park Project officially opened. This is a playground for sailboat and yacht lovers, one which will widely promote the image of Nha Trang – Vietnam as a fabulous tourist destination to the world.


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