An overview of rural and urban in Nha Trang
This is an overview of rural and urban in Nha Trang. The tour will begin at Nhatrang tourist spots to the beautiful countryside to explore more about daily life of local people.
This excursion takes you to all the exciting places in Nha Trang City, starting with Nhatrang Cathedral for a visit to the most beautiful Church in Nhatrang. Then you will transfer to Po Na Gar Cham tower - the impressive tower built in the 7th century. Taking a long coastal line to enjoy the beautiful view of Nhatrang bay to visit a local fishing quay. The trip continues to explore the countryside and learn how the local make for a living in the handicraft villages such as: mat weaving, rice paper making, conical hat. Relax and enjoy tea at the ancient house in the village. After that you will leave for the Long Son Pagoda with the white huge Buddha statue on the top of hill. At the end of the trip, you will move to Dam market and XQ silk hand embroidery for visiting and shopping.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: hotel, bus & train station, airport, anywhere inside city area
*For the cruise ship customer, pick up at the dock or at the Oceanographic Institute which is 100 metres from the dock.
End location: hotel, bus & train station, airport, anywhere inside city area
Duration: 7 hours
Car or minibus
English speaking guide, car or mini bus, entrance fees, drinking water
Estimated Local Cash Needed
500000 vnd - For lunch & drink
lunch, private expenses, port fee
For the cruise ship customer, the extra port fee is 30 $ per person for the pick up at the dock.
I am not a driver. I will arrange for a separate car and driver.
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Tue is a cheerful fellow who knows his trade. Having been to Natrang before we did not want to follow the beaten track. So Tue took us to a delightful fishing village were women were preparing the last of previous night catch including recovering all kind of remnants of prawns, small fish,etc as food for fish farms further out at sea. Nothing was wasted. Tue had some other plans but with temperatures of 39degrees in the shade, we called it a day. Tue was disappointed but he suffered from the heat too