Blessed with a privileged strip of coastline, Nha Trang offers the very best conditions for a great holiday: 5 star resorts, sparkling bay, stunning beaches, year-round sunshine, fantastic nightlife and more. Nha Trang boasts a great number of sublime beaches, some even considered best of the world with soft white sand and sparkling clean water. On these idyllic settings, you can soak in the sun, party at night, enjoy fabulous seafood and sleep with sound of surf.
Nha Trang is surrounded by Southeast Asia Sea to the east and mountains to the north, west and south. Cai River and Cua Be River divide Nha Trang into three parts with 19 islands in total. The largest island, Hon Tre, blocks all wind coming into Nha Trang, reducing the impact on the city and the sea.
The Central Highlands (“Tay Nguyen”) is a best kept secret of Vietnam, often bypassed by most travelers in a rush to the north or south. Its untouched nature and culture has a lot to offer indeed. Tay Nguyen is home to different ethnic minorities with their unique traditional heritages: from the UNESCO recognized cultural space of Gongs to Ede folk legends and odysseys. You will be amazed at varied and striking structures and shapes of local housing: Ede long houses, Ba Na stilt houses, M’nong bamboo huts and Rong communal houses. Known as the coffee capital of Vietnam, Buon Ma Thuot is well worth a stop. Kon Tum and Pleiku are also fantastic towns to explore. Hiking around Central Highlands's red clay bazan roads, riding elephants to visit ethnic villages and sharing stories with local children in a Rong communal house, all will delight your heart.