Nha Trang Beach consists of 6 km of sandy beach, coconut trees, clear blue waters and a row of high-end hotels and cafes just across the road from the beach. Most are right within walking distance of the beach. There are plenty of places to rent sun loungers, swim or play volleyball on the beach. Locals come by in the early morning to work out and run, and it is also a popular place to for evening strolls as the sunlight wanes.
Te Po Nagar is a tribute to the goddess of the same name. The architectural style has hints of Angkor Wat, but at a smaller scale. The Po Nagar Cham Tower consists of three floors, but after over a thousand years of history, only the remaining four buildings have been completely preserved. A glance from the top of Po Nagar Cham Tower offers a view of the blue harbor of Nha Trang.
Nha Trang Pearl Island Amusement Park is located in a resort on Pearl Island, and offers not only amusement park attractions, but a water park and more. It is the perfect destination for families and children. One terrific option at the amusement park is the cross-sea cable car from which passengers can bask in the view of the sea beneath their feet. The Pearl Island Amusement Park offers a number of recreational attractions, including roller coasters, carousels, pirate ships, swings and more. There is also a marine pavilion where visitors can see a variety of marine life and enjoy amazing dolphin and mermaid performances. There is also a water park where visitors can play in the water to their hearts' content.
Hon Chong Promontory is a small stone cape located 1.8 kilometers north of Nha Trang. It was one of the shooting locations of the French film, "The Lover". The rough granite rocks of Hon Chong Promontory extend out in the direction of the sea. Granite is fairly rare along the Nha Trang coastline. From Hon Chong Promontory, the sunset is extremely beautiful. It is an excellent place for lovers to feel the sea breeze against their faces as they go on a romantic beach walk.