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Doc Let Beach

Domestic tourists have gradually claimed Doc Let Beach (pronounced yop-lek locally) away from foreign backpackers, who once had free range of this lovely stretch of beach front.
Hon Chong Promontory

The narrow, granite promontory of Hon Chong just into the turquoise water of the East Sea. The views of the mountainous coastline north of Nha Trang and the nearby islands are fine, and the beach here offers amore local flavor than the main beach in the town centre.
Khanh Hoa - Nha Trang


Khanh Hoa Province is a coastal province of South Central Vietnam. To the north, it borders on Phu Yen Province, to the west, on Dak Lak and Lam Dong provinces, and to the south, on Ninh Thuan Province. The Khanh Hoa coast is 200km long, with more than 200 islands offshore, of which Truong Sa District gathers over one hundred islands around. The two largest rivers flowing through the province are the Cai and Danh rivers.
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Nha Trang City - Khanh Hoa
altArea: 251 sq. km
Population: 362 thousand people (2008)
Administrative division:
- Wards: Vinh Hoa, Vinh Hai, Vinh Phuoc, Vinh Tho, Ngoc Hiep, Van Thang, Phuong Son, Xuong Huan, Van Thanh, Phuong Sai, Phuoc Tan, Phuoc Tien, Phuoc Hai, Phuoc Long, Loc Tho, Phuoc Hoa, Tan Lap, Vinh Nguyen, Vinh Truong.
- Communes: Vinh Luong, Vinh Phuong, Vinh Ngoc, Vinh Thanh, Vinh Hiep, Vinh Trung, Vinh Thai, Phuoc Dong.
Ethnic groups: Mainly the Viet (or Kinh).
Oceanographic Institute
Houses in a grand French-colonial building 6km south of Nha Trang’s main post office in the port district of Cau Da (also called Cau Be) is the Oceanographic Institute. Founded in 1923, it has an aquarium and specimen room open to the public; it also has a library. The 23 tanks on the ground floor are home to a variety of colorful live specimens of local marine life, including seahorses.
Ponagar Cham Tower

The Cham towers of Po Nagar (Thap Ba, The lady of the city) were built between the 7th and 12th centuries. The site was used for Hindu worship as early as the 2nd century AD. Today, both ethnic Chinese and Vietnamese Buddhists come to Po Nagar to pray and make offerings, according to their respective traditions. This site has a continuing religious significance, so do remember to remove your shoes before entering.

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