InterContinental Nha Trang
Start your day like a local by taking a swim or walk along the coast. Breathe in the fresh open air, not letting a single grain of sand evade your step. Allow this experience to create calm within your soul. As the sun rises in the sky, enjoy Nha Trang speciality Bun Ca, the most popular dish in town. Perhaps you'll want to set out on our morning tour to Cham Po Nagar Temple - a long standing symbol of the Cham people. After this tour, find yourself at the Yersin Museum, a dedicated commemoration to Alexandre Yersin, a venerated humanist and selfless contributor to Vietnam. End your day at the National Oceanographic Museum, home to a veritable collection of marine life. See our concierge for more details!
Begin your afternoon with a bite at Nha Trang Xua, an ideal choice for relaxing and enjoying delicious dishes. The restaurant is a 300-year old house that sits nearby a peaceful lotus pond. Shopping after lunch is always the best choice to avoid a sleepy mood and Dam Market will be our next stop. The market is a great place for visitors to find everything from souvenirs, suitcases, and clothing to dried seafood products. Let's hop in a taxi for a five-minute drive to Thap Ba Hot Springs. Here you will refresh and rejuvenate after a null day of activity and be ready for an evening out on the town.
Be sure to stop by the Concierge desk to see what’s happening around town before heading out! A perfect, yet simple, evening will be found at Sailing Club or Skylight 360 – the amazing nightspots for dating, dining, and dancing. Stay out as late as you can to get a real feel for the incredibility of this small town.
A concept that has existed for thousands of years, mud baths have reinvented themselves as high-end spas. Commonly found in areas in which hot springs combine with volcanic ash, this relaxing experience is believed to have beneficial health properties.
Nha Trang is famous for diving activities. The Nha Trang Bay is ranked 29th amongst the world's most beautiful bays and is home to a variety of colourful marine life and beautiful coral reefs.
Po Nagar Temple
This ancient temple features the unique architecture of the Champa culture. Built between the 8th and 13th centuries during the prosperous reign of Hinduism in the Cham kingdom, the temple is the largest left in Central Vietnam. Twice a day beautiful Cham girls perform traditional Cham dancing at the temple from 8 am to 11 am and 2 pm to 5 pm.