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Nha Trang is Vietnam’s most famous seaside resort-town. It's more lively and urban in character than other beach destinations like Mui Ne and Phu Quoc. It's also the scuba diving center of Vietnam.

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The beach is the main draw here. But the beaches are littered and the water can also be polluted, so if you are going to Nha Trang specifically for the beach, and have been to other Asian destinations such as Thailand and the Philippines you are likely to be very disappointed. You will see many female vendors walking along the beach selling fruit and hot, steamed seafood.

Make sure that you visit in the right season. The beach can be disappointing when the weather is grey and the waves choppy. The experience is then one of murky sandy waters, a strip of standard brown sand with a multitude of empty beach chairs and no one to be seen.

  • Alexandre Yersin Museum, 10 Tran Phu St,  +84 58 822355. M-Sa 08:00-11:00 and 14:00-16:30. This is a scientific museum of Swiss-born Dr. Alexandre Yersin (1863-1943), who arrived in Vietnam in 1891 to study infected animals. He then later on produced a serum from horses and buffaloes. In this museum, you will be able to view all of his work as well as his equipment. Yersin never went back to Switzerland and spent the rest of his life in Nha Trang. Don’t try to take pictures. Do respect the rules as they're quite serious here. USD2.
  • Bao Dai Villas (Near the oceanographic institute). The villas are on top of a small hill. You have a beautiful view of the Nha Trang Bay from there. The wind is cool and it is a nice place to relax at when it is too hot in the city.
  • Fishing village (Between the old and the new bridge). The fishing village is between the old and the new bridge. When the fishing boats are coming in or going out it is a beautiful sight.
  • Long Son Pagoda, Thai Nguyen St. 08:00-17:00. At this pagoda, you will see a 24 m tall white Buddha. The pagoda was established in 1963 to honour the monks and nuns who died demonstrating against the Diem government. Beware of scammers claiming they are students studying in the temple, demanding that you offer a donation to the school before going up the pagoda. These students have no affiliation with the school and entry to the pagoda is free. Free.
  • Monkey Island (20 km north of Nha Trang). Catch a ferry to Monkey Island, which is full of monkeys, has a 10:00 circus and simple go-cart track.
  • National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam, 01 Cau Da (Left of the commercial port entrance),  +84 58 590037. 07:00-16:00. This is like an aquarium with popular and rare species of the sea. A good place to bring kids as they will get to see sharks, turtles, coral reefs, lion fish, sea horses, and many other creatures. 15,000 dong.
  • Nha Trang Cathedral. On a hill overlooking the city, the cathedral shows the influence of French Catholicism. The Nha Trang area still has a strong Catholic population. There are Catholic shops around the cathedral.
  • Po Nagar Cham Towers, 2 Thang 4 St. 07:30-17:00. These four brick towers were built by the Cham civilization between the 7th and 12th centuries to honour Yang Ino Po Ngar, mother of the kingdom, and the aroma of incense emanating from within makes it clear that this remains a religious site for the local Buddhists of Nha Trang today. The longevity of these last vestiges of a once-dominant SE Asian civilisation should impress temple enthusiasts even if the insensitive restoration and surrounding mass of tourists don't. The small complex sits on a hill which enjoys views across Nha Trang's fishing village. It is a 20-25 min walk (or short motorbike ride) from the main beach strip, however be prepared to wander through the real Nha Trang, quite an abrupt change from the showy built-up beach side resort. Public Bus 4 stops near the Cham Towers. 21,000 dong.
  • 3D Cafe-Cinema, 97 Nguyen Thien Thuat. Mini-cinema in the main tourist area showing movies every 2 hours starting from 10:00. Choose your own film! Most films are in 3D. Maximum 20 people. but often you and your friends will have the cinema to yourselves! Price includes free bottle of water. 30,000 dong.
  • Vinpearl Land (Take the cable car). From the harbour you can take the cable car over to the island where Vinpearl Resort and Vinpearl Land are located. They have a small tivoli and some restaurants, attractions here include Underwater World (aquarium), water park with water slides and wave pool, amusement park with roller coaster, pirate ship, bumper cars, cinema, arcade machines and a laser show at night time, usually 19:00. All included in the one price. 450,000 dong.

Nha Trang Cathedral

Tram Huong Tower

Vinpearl Land

Nha Trang Night Market

Sailing Club Nha Trang

Long Son Pagoda

Husband Rock

Nha Trang Port

Khanh Hoa Museum

Dam Market

Louisiane Brewhouse

Institute of Oceanography

April 2 Square

Vinpearl Cable Car

Long Thanh Gallery

Po Nagar Cham Towers

Alexandre Yersin Museum

Vinpearl Beach

Phu Dong Water Park

Vinpearl Ferry Terminal

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About Nha Trang

Background

Traces of human settlement in Nha Trang date back to the Cham Empire, though in times of Vietnamese rule, there wasn’t much more here than small fishing villages. The French recognized that this beautiful bay, with its islands and white sand beaches, made for a perfect bathing spot, and began the transformation into a resort town. American soldiers agreed, and Nha Trang became a favorite vacation stop during the war.

The monsoon season is from Oct to mid-Dec. Sea winds can be heavy, and sometimes the weather can get pretty chilly. Summer, naturally, brings many vacation goers into town and hotel rooms get somewhat more difficult to find.

Activities

  • Biking and Rafting Tour, 1/12 Tran Quang Khai St,  +84 58 3521541. Combination fast 30 km downhill biking passing through an ethnic village and meeting Raglai people. Then a 12 km rafting trip down the Cai River. From USD45.
  •    Gyms, 12 Thi Sach St (off Tran Nhat Duat St),  +84 93 2405931. There is a large gym in town called Nha Trang Body Building Club, part of a leisure complex that includes badminton and tennis courts, basketball area and football pitch. Monthly pass, 150,000 dong. Novotel also has gym memberships for non-guests, which provide access to the swimming pool, sauna and relaxation room. A daily pass costs 200,000 dong, one-month pass 1,400,000 dong, 3-month pass 2,700,000 dong. Monthly passes include one free massage; ask about this when purchasing. The Sheraton probably has the best gym in town with excellent views, but costs USD100 for one month, and this doesn't include use of the swimming pool.
  • 10 pin bowling. On the 3rd floor of the new Nha Trang Center shopping and entertainment complex. Half price games after 22:00 on Friday and Saturday nights only (happy hour).
  • Vietnam Motorcycle Memory +84 90 5116221, e-mail: motorcyclememory@hotmail.com. Day or multi-day tours around the area or through the central higlands and along Ho Chi Minh Trail to Hoi An. USD65 per day including accommodation.

Watersports

  • Boat Cruises. The going rate for a one-day multi-island tour is USD6, with snorkelling, fishing, and many other activities among the possibilities. Tours may provide lunch with drinks on board. Booking agents abound, so compare itineraries to find the best fit for you.
  • Sailing Club +84 58 826528. Get a group together and rent out a captain for about USD40.
  • Surfing Shack (on Bai Dai beach about 21.6 km south of Nha Trang). Bar, restaurant and surf club/school.
  • Swimming Pools. Obviously people come here to swim in the sea, but there are also a number of swimming pools around. Louisiane Brewhouse has a good one and free to use but costs 40,000 dong to hire a soft chaise longue. The Yasaka Saigon Nha Trang Hotel coffee shop in Yersin St has a small, shady pool for free use. A number of mid-range hotels also have pools, some of which can be used by non-guests. Sea and Sun Hotel has a nice rooftop pool and costs 70,000 dong for non-guests. There is also an little-used Olympic-size outdoor swimming pool in Nha Trang. Some scuba diving companies use it for training purposes. It costs only 15,000 dong. It's a fair distance away from the main tourist area on the south side of the city. Ask someone who works in a scuba shop for directions.

Beaches

  • Bai Doung Beach (1.5 km north on Tran Phu street over the main bridge). Bai Duong beach is smaller than in the main tourist area. The beach has a gentle pitch, warm water, and is also calm, clean, and ideal for swimming.
  • Doc Let Beach (Around 50 km north of Nha Trang). Doc Let Beach is more tranquil, cleaner and beautiful than the beach in Nha Trang. It is well-worth making a visit. Local fisher families sell and prepare seafood they will cook for you on the beach for a very reasonable price.
  • Long Beach (Bai Dai beach) (On the road to Cam Ranh airport). 20 km south of Nha Trang, this place is not yet run over by tourist masses. Blue water and a nicer (less steep and better sand) beach than in town. Seafood is served at many shacks with deckchairs right on the beach. Walk a kilometre or so and you will find yourself alone on the beach. Probably best to go by motorcycle.

Diving & snorkelling

Close off-shore from Nha Trang sit a series of islands that offer decent diving and snorkelling, easily accessible by day trip. The city has about two dozen dive shops, making for fierce competition and great value. PADI open water courses with equipment rental are available for USD250. A two-dive boat trip with equipment rental and modest lunch can be had for USD45.

Coastal and undersea construction has stirred up a lot of sediment in the area, so under-water visibility is sometimes not great. The area is heavily fished, so fish life is also limited. You wouldn't cross the world just to dive at Nha Trang. But if you always dreamed of getting a scuba certification, Nha Trang is a good place to do it. The shops generally offer good-quality equipment and experienced, certified divemasters. Diving goes on year-round, but in the Oct-Dec windy season, the boat ride can be a bit rough and diving is limited to a few sites in the lee of the islands.

Organisation of the Nha Trang dive industry is sometimes complex. If you sign up for a trip with shop A, you might find yourself joined with a group and divemaster from shop B, which shares a boat with another group and divemaster from shop C, the boat itself being independently owned. Consolidation is especially active in the off-season, when few if any shops can fill a boat on their own. It's a good illustration of Vietnamese culture, which does not stand on ceremony, and loves a bargain, and is very skilled at making maximum use of resources. The local divemasters are mostly great, friendly guys with lots of stories to tell.

  • Aloha Mark Scott's Diving Vietnam, 24/4 Hung Vuong,  +84 12 29037795, e-mail: MarkBrianScott@gmail.com. 06:30-21:00. USD60 for two dives (with certification) and USD70 for two introductory dives. The boat has plenty of room for lounging and never rushed. American English spoken.
  • Angel Dive, 1/33 Tran Quang Khai,  +84 58 3522461, e-mail: angeldivevietnam@hotmail.com. Expat-run, by a long time resident of Nha Trang. PADI, SSI, SDI and TDI Certified.
  • Coco Dive Center, 2E Biet Thu,  +84 58 3522900. A Vietnamese owned company. USD38 for one dive (with snorkelling) and USD55 for two dives. Their big boat offers a good comfort, even on windy days. Although, because of the size of the boat, they are unable to go to all the different dive sites. English, French, German, and Vietnamese fluently spoken.
  • Jeremy Stein’s Rainbow Divers +84 58 826528. European-owned operation with partially expat staff. A two-dive boat trip costs USD75 (including water and fruit, but not lunch), about double the best deals available in town. The operation is well-organised and very professional, catering to divers who aren't comfortable with the more low-key local shops.
  • Octopus Diving, 29 Tran Phu (At Louisiane Brewhouse),  +84 58 3521629, e-mail: info@divenhatrang.com. PADI Five Star Dive Center offering a full range of PADI courses. Fun dives, nitrox, snorkelling and Discover Scuba Diving trips to Hon Mun Marine Protected Area everyday. International team of instructors and divemasters. Very small groups, maximum of 2 students on a course and only 2 divers with a divemaster, personal service.
  • Sailing Club Divers, 72-74 Tran Phu,  +84 58 3522788, e-mail: diving@sailingclubvietnam.com. PADI Five Star Dive Centers offering a full range of PADI courses.

Waterfalls

  • Ba Ho Waterfalls (Near Ba Ho village, approximately 20 km north of Nha Trang). A series of three waterfalls and a fast flowing river tucked away in the forest. Its a good one hour trip from Nha trang by moterbike through some rough, off-road tracks (especially in the wet season). If you decide to go without a guide its preferable that you travel with someone as a flat tyre out here can be a common occurrence, although these can be fixed in the village or most local houses for a small fee. The turn off from the main highway north of Nha Trang can be easy to miss (a stone pillar), but most locals along the road should be able to point it out. From the turn off it's a straight track to the river. There are limited amenities, although you can buy food like rice and chicken and cold beers and soft drinks are for sale from locals who will guide (follow) you up through the forest. This is preferable to having to carry your own food and drink and the prices are reasonable, with a small premium for their trouble. The "guides" are pleasant enough showing you short cuts and footholds higher up the track. Taxis and motorbike guides are available in Nha Trang to take you there, but its not too difficult to find yourself and with good weather it's a pleasant drive, if you are confident on a motorbike.
  • Fairy Spring waterfalls (Suối Tiên), Suối Tiên, Diên Khánh District (About 20 km southwest of Nha Trang. Go 10 km west of Nha Trang to Diên Khánh, go through the old citadel (Thành Cổ Diên Khánh) to Diên Phước village (5 km), turn left 4 km to Suoi Tien village, then right 1 km to the stream). Fairy Spring is a small, cool stream and swimming hole much visited by local kids on weekends. The swimming hole is at the end of a short jungle walk. It is a pleasant place to visit in summer. In winter the water is too cold to swim. The stream's source is the area of Hồn Bà, the highest peak in the province. Bottled and canned drinks are available, but no food is sold here yet. The area is slowly being developed and will eventually become a resort with a hotel, bungalows, and restaurant. 10,000 dong per person, 3,000 dong per motorbike.
  •    Thap Ba Hot Springs and Mud baths (Suối Nước Nóng Tháp Bà) (4 km northwest of Nha Trang). Costs 50,000 dong for the hot swimming pool and waterfall, 100,000 dong for shared mud bath (if you are 5-8 people you will probably get put in the same tub), shower, hot/cold water jets, hot Jacuzzi, and the hot waterfalls and swimming pool. A massage by trained masseuses and entrance to the hot swimming pool costs 150,000 dong. There is also a package for 500,000 which included a massage among other extras. A VIP spa package will cost you USD100 or more. If you carry on a further 500 m past the mud baths you arrive at a railway bridge across the river that connects to a tunnel. Its a very scenic spot that's popular for wedding photo shoots. USD4 mineral pool, USD12.50 mudbath.
  • Three Lakes (Ba Ho). About 20 km north of Nha Trang is a collection of 3 small lakes and scenic waterfalls. You may want to bring some sturdy shoes to climb across the rocks and swimming gear for a dip when you get there. Hire a taxi or take a motorcycle to get there. It will take about 45 minutes from the entrance of the tourist area to the lakes. There is an orphanage very close to the lakes (take a right turn when you get to a T-junction in the rice fields) that would really benefit from any gifts of vegetarian food (take milk, tofu, yogourt, etc.). Call Dieu An, the nun at +84 90 5823807. She speaks only Vietnamese. 10,000 dong.
  • Yang Bay Waterfalls (40 km west of Nha Trang). At the Yang Bay waterfalls the Vietnamese have built up a concrete beach. It used to be a lot nicer before they built it, but it is still a very nice place to visit. You can swim there, and walk around in the area. Bringing your own food and drink is recommended.

Food

Cafés

  • Banana Split, 58 Quang Trung St,  +84 58 829115.
  • Cyclo Cafe, 130 Nguyen Thien Thuat St (Corner of Tran Quang Khai St). 08:00-22:00. Great budget restaurant serving Western and Vietnamese food. Fruit shakes for 12,000 dong.
  • Mocka Cafe, 74 Hung Vuong St,  +84 58 3526589. Serve espressi, cappuccini, and cafe lattes. Happy hour everyday (30% off) from 15:00-18:00.
  • Le Timo Bakery, 25 Nguyen Thiet Thuat,  +84 58 2222178. This family-owned gourmet bakery offers a large selection of home-made and tropical flavored cakes, brownies, pies, croissants, cookies, cinnamon rolls, ice-cream, and chocolates. Happy hour: After 18:00 (or 20:00 for some items): 30% off cakes/pies....Buy 1 get 1 free cookies/croissants/rolls. Most items are around 60,000 dong.

Restaurants

Budget

  • Check-point Restaurant and Bar, 27 Nguyen Thien Thuat St,  +84 58 3523806. Good restaurant, night bar and-military museum with real old black & white photos devoted to the Soviet Pacific Fleet. Old soviet uniforms and weapons for photographs by visitors. European, Russian and Vietnamese kitchens. Russian head cook and staff, cold beer, and real Russian vodka. Children's corner, veranda, banquet room, disco-bar and BBQ.
  • ChocoCiao Chocolatier, 48 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St,  +84 58 6270553. 07:00-22:00. Delicious ganache, praline and truffle, with 45 flavours such as nutmeg, cinnamon, passion fruit, amaretto, whiskey, strawberry. Less than USD0.25 per piece.
  • Le Dragon Rouge, 47 Nguyen Thien Thuat. 08:00-23:00. Western/French and Vietnamese cuisine. A very lively restaurant with multi-lingual staff (French, Spanish, English. Russian) making it a hot spot for tourists from all around the globe. Run by a crew of French owners who know their food. The restaurant has two separates kitchens and an ice cream bar for desert. Offers a big range from sandwich to duck with apple and honey sauce. Reservations for bigger groups possible. USD1.50-14.
  • Hoa Hung Bakery, 39 Phan Boi Chau St and 72 Ly Thanh Ton St,  +84 58 3823141 and +84 58 2211992. Sponge cake less than USD1, pâté chaud, chocolate cupcake, sesame toffee. Founded in 1936.
  • Hy Lap Greek Mini Restaurant, 1 Trang Quang Khai St (The end of the road),  +84 12 05318174. Awesome small restaurant with simple but delicious Greek food. Great staff, including the two Greek owners. 40,000-80,000 dong.
  •    Lac Canh, 11 Hang Ca St,  +84 58 3821391. 07:00-21:00. What’s different about this restaurant is that you get to cook yourself. It seems that both locals as well as tourists love it. Large San Miguel bottled beers are served by San Miguel-attired servers for 18,000 dong. USD1-10.
  • Lanterns Vietnamese Restaurant, 72 Nguyen Thien Thuat St,  +84 58 2471674. 07:00-23:00. Local restaurant with authentic Vietnamese and also Western dishes. Relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff. They work closely with two local orphanages, where the children and their caretakers are invited to regularly dine at the restaurant. Restaurant offers a half-day introduction to Vietnamese cooking. Includes travelling to the local market in a cyclo, a guided tour of the marketplace, where you get involved in learning about local produce, and buying the food you will cook. USD1-7.
  • Thien Thanh, 386-388 Le Hong Phong (1 km from Nguyen Duc Canh/ Nguyen Tat Thanh St to the south, or 1.4 km from Van Don St to the north),  +84 58 3880195, fax: 058-3880192, e-mail: thienthanhcom@vnn.vn. 07:00-22:00. This modern restaurant not only serves Vietnamese traditional dishes but also provides excellent Western and Asian menu. Over 100 fresh seafood dishes. USD1-10.
  • Truc Linh, 21 Biet Thu St,  +84 58 821259. 07:00-23:00. Both Asian and Western food. USD1-10.
  • White House, 30B Nguyen Thien Thuat St,  +84 58 524438. Daily, 09:00-23:00. This place has a very innocent atmosphere and it is very relaxing. Main courses USD6-8.

Mid-range

  • Buffalo Steak House, 1/18 Tran Quang Khai St. Good food, nice atmosphere, cocktail bar, run by a French couple. The 70,000 dong local beef tenderloin is recommended. 70,000-250,000 dong.
  • Good Morning Vietnam, 19B Biet Thu St,  +84 58 815071. 10:00-23:00. Pasta as well as other Italian food. USD4-9.
  • Louisiane Brewhouse, Lot 29, Tran Phu (South along Tran Phu from the Sailing Club),  +84 58 3521948. 08:00-23:00. Microbrewery with locally brewed beers, restaurant with fresh cakes and tarts, sushi, quality pizzas, steaks, Vietnamese food and seafood. Pool table, live music and own loungers right at the beach or pool available. Chaises longues at either the pool or beach are 40,000 dong per day. Even if you get a chair on the beach, you still have pool access. They have a sampling tray of beer for 100,000 dong. 30,000-600,000 dong.
  • Mughal House, 8 Biet Thu St (Across road from Asia Pacific Hotel). Indian restaurant serving traditional Indian food in the centre of the tourist area.
  • Nha Trang Seafood, 46 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St,  +84 58 822664. 09:30-22:00. Serves fresh and scrumptious seafood. Inexpensive prices and good service. USD2-14.
  • Pasta House, 34 Hung Vuong St,  +84 58 3522206. Since 1999, offers also Indian food. 28,000-67,000 dong.
  • Le Petit Bistro, 26D Tran Quang Khai St,  +84 58 3527201. Traditional small French bistro, offers typical French cuisine. Big selection of wines. Speciality of the house: Le maigret de canard. All you can eat BBQ Sundays from 11:00-16:00, 350,000 dong. 30,000-200,000 dong.
  • Sailing Club, 72 Tran Phu St,  +84 58 826528. 07:00-23:00. This restaurant serves Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese, and Italian food. Crowded at night, when it turns into bar. USD3-10.
  • Salut, 16 Tran Quang Khai St,  +84 58 3526168. 06:00-23:00. Two storey corner located restaurant, previously called Hello. Serving Western and Vietnamese food.
  • Something Fishy, 12B Biet Thu St (opposite supermarket in Biet Thu st),  +84 58 3525039. Makes good fish and chips as well as steaks and burgers. Also good Aussie meat pies.
  • Texas BarBQ and Steaks, 26 Tran Quang Khai St,  +84 58 2240979. 09:00-22:00. A taste of Texas in Vietnam. They import their steak, chicken, and pork from the U.S. The ribs are smoked for 5 hours a day. Charcoal fired burgers and authentic Memphis and Texas BBQ. Nice waitress and staff, who speaks English well. 60,000-550,000 dong.
  • Treffpunkt German Bar and Restaurant, 6A Tran Quang Khai St. 09:00-23:00. Homemade German sausages, brown bread and apple pie. Sausages start at 35,000 dong. 35,000-100,000 dong.

Splurge

  • Ana Pavilion, Tran Phu Blvd (In the Ana Mandara Resort),  +84 58 829829. 06:00-23:00. An Asian/continental restaurant, and it is excellent. USD7-20.

Vegetarian

  • Lac Viet Quan Chay, Huynh Thuc Khang St (Southeast of market, 1.5 blocks northwest of To Hienh Thanh St). Vegetarian restaurant. Plate of mixed vegetable and tofu/veg meat dishes with rice or a bowl of noodle soup, less than USD1. Just a little humble place, but a nice option for vegetarians and it is right next to the market.
  • Restaurant at Long Son Pagoda (At the entrance to Long Son Pagoda). The restaurant serves vegetarian meals only. Great Vietnamese food.

Drinks

  • Altitude, 28th floor, Sheraton Hotel. 16:00-22:00. For a great view of Nha Trang at night, perhaps visit the highest bar in Nha Trang. Heineken, 70,000 dong.
  •    Booze Cruise, 110 Nguyen Thien Thuat St. One of the more popular bars in town. They generally show most major sporting events on their large flat screen TV. They make great burgers and pizza as well as limitless different types of cocktails. They also organise booze cruises! 350,000 dong including all you can eat and drink.
  • Crazy Kim Bar, 19 Biet Thu St,  +84 58 816072. Closes 01:00. If you are young and wild, this is the place to be.
  • Flavours, 90B Hung Vuong St (Beside Rainbow Divers). Good food, cool music, warm atmosphere. 50,000-200,000 dong.
  • Guava, 17 Biet Thu St. Closes 01:00. Music is great here, but it is more suitable for younger crowd. Expat bar with comfortable lounge seating and movies in the daytime. Featuring resident DJ's and the only vinyl decks in Nha Trang.
  • Ha Van 'A' Rooftop Lounge & Restaurant, 3/2 Tran Quang Khai, 5th floor,  +84 58 3525454. 07:00-late. On the 5th floor of the Flamingo Suites' Ha Van Hotel, offering the coldest beers, drinks and cocktails. Small but very good menu of food. Great city views. One of expats favorite joints. Great fun every night. Internet stations and Wi-Fi free (good connection). 50 inch TV for movies and sport events. Live NHL hockey available in the morning (Montreal Canadiens mostly, but other teams available, ask a day before). Football fans are welcome. Canadian-run & managed. Ask for Mike or Nick.
  • House of Sweets, 22B Hung Vuong,  +84 58 3524008. They sell ice cream, milkshakes, fruit shakes and cocktails as well as desserts like cake.
  • Ly Ly's Nudies, 81 Huong Vong St (next to Bamboo). 18:00-22:00. A little outdoor smoothie shop that is the best value in town. 15,000 dong for every drink! Stop by and chat with Ly Ly, a very nice young woman who speaks good English and is very friendly. The best place to get a juice or smoothie in town! 15,000 dong.
  • Patrick Wine, 67/35 Hung Vuong (In the alley behind Nice Hotel),  +84 90 3102418. 14:00-02:00. Offering a charming blend of romance and revelry, Patrick wine is an insider's gem that is easily found. It offers hundreds of bottles of imported wine for sale. After 18:00 there is a full bar and restaurant, featuring French and Vietnamese food. Crepes, pates, and local specialties at exceptional prices, with the wine shop still open. Check the website for live music dates. Has relocated. USD2-6 for food.
  • Red Apple Bar, Nguyen Thien Thuat (South of the intersection with Biet Thu). In front of Backpacker Hostel, this bar is easily identified by the neon red apple on the wall. Drinks range from cheap and massive to expensive and small, dependent on whether you are happy with no-name local brand spirits or would rather have a well-known brand from home. 45,000 dong will get you a "bucket" (approximately a pint of your chosen cocktail - quite strong), and the backpacker hosts who circulate through the bar will also often be giving away shots or other drinks to keep the mood flowing. Happy hour from 20:00-22:00 gets 2 for 1 on most mixed drinks Not a bad place to lose a night in Nha Trang.
  • Red Dragon Lounge/Bar and Restaurant, 47 Nguyen Thien Thuat, 1st floor.. 08:00-23:00. Well located you will find the"Red Dragon Lounge" on the 1st floor of "Le Dragon Rouge" restaurant. Soft lounge music. Big screen TV. Air conditioned. Free Wi-Fi. Selection of a mixed French and Vietnamese lounge food. Ice creams, waffles, and French crepes. Beers, cocktails, soft drinks, and fresh fruit juices. English spoken. This establishment is run by a crew of French owners overlooking all the action.
  • SinhTo20, 20 Hoang Hoa Tham St,  +84 58 3525870. This place has a very good yoghurt and many kinds of cocktails. Prices are reasonable.
  • Spicey Fingers (formally Bar Oz), 26b Tran Quang Khai St,  +84 58 6252046. Formally known as Bar Oz but now under new management. Small bar and restaurant in the main tourist area. Cheap beer but food not so cheap but extensive menu. So far not proving as popular as the previous Bar Oz.
  • The Wave Bar and Restaurant, 126 Nguyen Thien Thuat,  +84 58 3523021. Formerly known as Club Blue Dragon. This friendly spot has a pool table (free), dart board and TV! Clients are also encouraged to play DJ from the bar's iTunes selection. The owners are super friendly and you'll never feel lonely here! budget.
  • Why Not Bar, 24 Tran Quang Khai St,  +84 58 811652. By far the most popular late night bar for the young Western crowd in Nha Trang. Friendly staff and the most lively late night spot of Nha Trang, free shots on entrance. 35,000 dong buckets until midnight, dollar beers, cheap mixers, and various drink specials throughout the rest of the night. Begins getting crowded between 22:00-24:00. Dance floor, pool tables, cheap drinks available until late. Most people end up here by the end of the night!

Shopping

  • A Mart, 27 Biet Thi St (On the corner just beyond an A-mart supermarket and Crazy Kim if walking away from the sea.). There are a couple of well-stocked modern mini-supermarkets in the main tourist area called A Mart. These are very much aimed at the tourist market and few locals will be seen shopping here.
  • Bamboo, 15 Biet Thu St,  +84 58 910774. 08:00-21:30. Popular T-shirt shop.
  • Maximark Supermarket, 60 Thai Nguyen (Near the train station),  +84 58 3818727. Large Western-style supermarket. It covers 4,000 m2 in area, in a four-storey building. The supermarket itself is on the 1st floor. There is a food court on the 4th floor that includes a Japanese restaurant called Sushi Sakura and a Jollibee fast food joint. There is also an arcade games area on the 4th floor, 2,000 dong per token.
  • Nha Trang Center 20 Tran Phu. New shopping and entertainment complex on the main beach road. On the 3rd floor is a 10 pin bowling alley as well as a games arcade and a food court. On the ground floor are KFC and Lotteria fast food joints. There is also a 4D cinema, 40,000 dong for a 5 min roller coaster simulator ride.
  • Shop Herman, 142 Ngo Gia Tu (Next to small market). Clothes from back home at half the cost.
  • Sunsport Sportwear Stores, 97 56A Nguyen Thien Thuat St,  +84 97 7221295. All major brands available: Nike, Adidas, North Face, Speedo, Greg Norman.

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