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Nha Trang city tour - half day

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Nha Trang city tour - half day Destination: Nhatrang

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Feature:Nha Trang city, a small city on the south central coastline of Vietnam, is a famous beach city of Vietnam. Travelers like to travel to Nha Trang, not because of its beach, but also by its historical relics from Cham civilization represented as Po Nagar tower, a sacred Hindu site dating back to the 7th century, Stone Church built in French colony time, to Long Son Pagoda - Buddhist pagoda built in commemoration of the monks and nuns who died whilst fighting the Diem Government.




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Highlights tour:

Nha Trang beachNha Trang, the country’s premier traditional seaside resort situated in Nha Trang Bay, surrounded on all three sides by mountains and widely considered as amongst the world's most beautiful bays, is well known for its pristine beaches as well as ...

Hon Chong Headland: Nha Trang can be considered as one of the most well known and most frequently visited Tourist Attractions in Nha Trang. Hon Chong Headland, Nha Trang is tucked away on a stretch of rocky mass of land of immense beauty due to the presence of the thousands of smooth rocks stacking on one another. And, it is interesting to note that the word 'Chong' means 'to stack' in the Vietnamese language. And, it also means 'husband'. Hon Chong Headland is also known as the Hon Chong Promontory where hundreds of boulders are balanced on top of one another. Po Nagar Cham Tower: Nha Trang is one of the major Tourist Attractions in Nha Trang. This is a famous Cham tower with magnificent ascending smaller levels and rounded corner towers. Po Nagar Cham Tower, Nha Trang was built by the ethnic Chams between the seventh and twelfth century A.D. The Chams were an ancient civilization with its origin mainly in Southeast Asia, particularly in Vietnam and Cambodia. The excellence of their architecture and art style is of great historical and cultural importance.

Operation : Daily departure

Duration : half day

Tour route : Ponagar Temple – Long Son Pagoda - Cathedral

Brief description : Nha Trang city, a small city on the south central coastline of Vietnam, is a famous beach city of Vietnam. Travelers like to travel to Nha Trang, not because of its beach, but also by its historical relics from Cham civilization represented as Po Nagar tower, a sacred Hindu site dating back to the 7th century, Stone Church built in French colony time, to Long Son Pagoda - Buddhist pagoda built in commemoration of the monks and nuns who died whilst fighting the Diem Government.

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Nha Trang city, a small city on the south central coastline of Vietnam, is a famous beach city of Vietnam. Travelers like to travel to Nha Trang, not because of its beach, but also by its historical relics from Cham civilization represented as Po Nagar tower, a sacred Hindu site dating back to the 7th century, Stone Church built in French colony time, to Long Son Pagoda - Buddhist pagoda built in commemoration of the monks and nuns who died whilst fighting the Diem Government. 

Timing:       Half day. Morning 8.30 am – 12.00 noon. Or Afternoon 1.30 pm – 5.00 pm.     

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  Our prices include: Private air-conditioned vehicle with an experienced safe driver, English speaking tour guide, Entrance fee (s), Lunch and Complimentary water.

  Our prices exclude: International flight to/from Vietnam, Single supplement charge, Vietnamese entry visa fee, Travel insurance, Drinks & other meals not mentioned in the program, Personal expenses and Tips for driver & tour guide.

  What to bring: Passport, change of clothes, sun-glasses & hat, sun-block, insect repel, flashlights, good shoes, cable locks.

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