Your tour begins with a visit to the fascinating Oceanographic Institute to see some of the thousands of marine-life species that live in the surrounding tropical sea. Heading into the town, you will pass the beachfront lined with Philaos trees before making a photograph stop at the city church, built in grey stone and located on top of a hill.
Long Son Pagoda is the oldest pagoda in Nha Trang, with two decorative dragon balustrades marking its entrance. The interior sanctuary features murals and several images of the Buddha.
Crossing the Xom Bong Bridge, Nha Trang’s most famous landmark, Po Nagar Cham Tower, comes into view. A visit to this complex of towers, built in the 8th century is a fascinating experience.
Take a stroll through the bustling Dam market place, the central commercial market of Nha Trang, before visiting a silk embroidery workshop. Here, you will see Vietnamese ladies making beautiful handicrafts, which are also available to purchase.
This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. This tour involves up to three hours of walking and there are approximately 100 steps to reach the Cham Tower (optional) and several steps at the Long Son Pagoda. Some roads are unpaved and may be dusty or muddy depending on rainfall. Shoes must be removed before entering the main hall of Long Son Pagoda and the main tower of the Po Nagar complex.