After meeting your guide you drive from Cau Da port, drive to Embroidery XQ workshop. Then, visit the Long Son Pagoda. Inaugurated in 1889, the pagoda takes it name from Long Son Tu, meaning, "the Pagoda on the Dragon's Hill". The entrance and curved roofs are embellished with impressive decorations featuring mosaic dragons made from glass and ceramic tiles. Don't forget to pass by Cathedral or Stone Church built under the French colony.
Next is a delicious lunch at the local restaurant (drinks not included).
Continue on to the Po Nagar Cham Towers, also known as Thap Ba (or the Lady of the City), a remnant of the ancient Cham civilization was built in the 8th century. The temple is located on Mount Cu Lao which offers panoramic views of the surrounding area. This unique structure is a symbol of Hindu Champa culture. The tower was named in honor of a princess who introduced her people to weaving and wet rice cultivation. Today the tower remains a place of worship for many.
If time is available you visit the National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam. It is an interesting aquarium in which you can gain the exact image of Nha Trang marine environment. Opened to the public on September 14th, 1922, today it is still a popular destination for both domestic and foreign tourists.
End your visit with a stopover at Dam Market, the city's main market, built in 1969 on a swampy area of 7 hectares and completed in 1974. You will stroll amongst thousands of locals who are purchasing their daily food, clothes and more. You will see fruit, vegetables and seafood, plus local Nha Trang specialties such as dried seahorses and lizards.
Then, return to Cau Da port to continue on with your cruise.