InterContinental Nha Trang
Begin your day early with the pre-dawn ocean breeze and watch Nha Trang wake from above. On a clear day, blue sky and azure ocean extend far and wide until the end of eye sight. Afterwards, return to the our Cookbook Cafe restaurant for your lavish buffet breakfast. Don't forget to taste our daily routine local specialities and home made honey with real farm-to-table quality. This time of day is a perfect moment to explore the ancient Po Nagar Temple or indulge yourself in Nha Trang's famous mud bath treatments at Thap Ba hot spring to conclude your morning in a relaxing note.
Continue your exploration at the Institute of Oceanography, housed in a grand French-colonial building in the harbour district. The museum exhibit colourful marine life of Vietnam ocean. For those who are adventurous, rent a boat to visit small islands and enjoy a fantastic scuba diving experience. If you have time, visit Skylight's 360 Skydeck to experience Nha trang from unrivaled height. Return to the hotel for relaxing and rejuvenating, order a signature Moscow Mule at our outdoor Aqualine Bar and indulge the mesmerising sunset view.
Stop by our Concierge to get the best restaurant suggestions, whether you choose to eat in a fine dining restaurant or from street vendor on the beach, there are abundant fresh seafood fitting for every budget. After dinner, stroll along the golden Tran Phu Street and enjoy the vibrant nightlife. Return in our hotel Lobby Bar and unwind with one of our signature cocktails before heading out Sailing Club - Nha Trang's only night club on the beach and party the night away!
Don'ts when travelling in Vietnam
Don’t carry more money than you need when walking around the streets. Don’t wear large amounts of jewelry. There are two reasons for not doing this: (1) It is considered impolite to flaunt wealth in public; (2) It is more likely that you may become a victim of a pickpocket or drive-by bag snatcher. Don’t take a ride by motorbike taxi (xe om) if you're not familiar with the city. Don't wear singlet, shorts, dresses or skirts, or tops with low-neck lines and bare shoulders to temples and pagodas. To do this is considered unrespected and offensive. Never sleep or sit with the soles of your feet pointing towards the family altar when in someone’s house. Do not try to take photographs of military installations or anything to do with the military. This can be seen as a breach of national security. Never take video cameras into the ethnic minority villages. They are considered to be too intrusive by the local people. Physical displays of affection between lovers in public are frowned upon.
Dos when travelling in Vietnam
Store your passport, cash, credit cards, airline tickets and other valuables in a safe place (in-room safes or hotels deposit facility). Take care of all your valuables. Bring as much as change for taxi fare and other public transportation. Bargain 50% when shopping at local markets. Ask for permission when taking a photograph of someone. Use waterproof sun cream if you plan to spend a good amount of time in the water when you travel to Vietnam. Travel with recommend tour agencies. Dress discreetly while entering temples and other religious places. Always remove your shoes at the front door when entering local’s houses.