The city of Nha Trang is located on the coast of the South China Sea. Tourists from all over the world come here to relax on the sandy beaches of Vietnam. Nha Trang is famous for its infrastructure, inexpensive hotels and the wonderful weather (in this city there is less rainfall than in other cities of the country), which is why the popularity of the resort is growing every year.
With water temperature above 20 degrees even in January, Nha Trang welcomes guests all the year round. The main beach area is municipal and has a free access, only a small part of the coastal area has been given over to private ownership. Along the coast there are many businesses that rent out water sports equipment such as jet skis, diving equipment and so on.
Nha Trang has also its places of interest: a huge statue of Buddha rises above the city on a hill above the bay, and the world’s longest sea cable-way, leading to Hon Tre island, is stretched above the city harbor. Cham Towers (towers of the native minorities of Vietnam), built at the end of the XIII century, are considered to be another attraction and symbol of the city.