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I've heard that it was a really beautiful and special and I should not miss it when I visited Nha Trang. It costed 20.000 VND to buy a ticket to access to that place, crossed the old house where some singers were performing traditional songs...More
Nha Trang doesn’t have that many attractions, so you might as well come here if you run out of things to do. There is a short musical performance, showcasing some unique Vietnamese musical instruments, like the monochord zither. The main attraction is some interesting rock...More
A lovely walk around this rocky promontory with great views. Enjoyed refreshments at a nice outdoor cafe 'Ca Phe Sach',
overlooking the bay. Very peaceful environment. Only a short taxi ride from Ponagar Hindu temple.
Some guidebooks we read mentioned that you could swim or snorkel off this point around these picturesque boulders. Lonely Planet said that locals even dive off the rocks. We waded in and immediately got tweeted at by the guards. NO SWIMMING! So we thought we'd...More
I was there about 5 years ago where looked like an exhibition as : pictures of Nha Trang Bay, activities of this club, ... It was amazing at all. Now their is too crowded by chinese people and have been replaced by tribal music show....More
Visited this island on the Four Island tour and just found it a little too touristic for me with over exaggerated prices for food and drink. Not for me but maybe other travellers might find it interesting.
I was disappointed with Hon Chong. To get in, you have to pay 22000 dong but it was crowded and a bit dirty. The view is nice but not spectacular. There are many other much more spectacular view points in Vietnam. Not recommended as a...More
We taxied to Hòn Chóng to enjoy a few hours of rock climbing (huge boulders along shore), jumping, and snorkeling.
What we experienced was an hour of frustration. First, we attempted to snorkel. The uniformed guards (non-English speaking) frantically waved at us, blew their whistles,...More