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Nha Trang: Half-Day City Tour

1. Nha Trang: Half-Day City Tour

Your tour begins with an expert tour guide collecting you from your hotel by private car. You will visit Stone Church known by locals as Mountain Church or Nha Trang Cathedral. Next is Long Son Pagoda where you will climb 150 steps to see the 24-meter tall White Buddha "Sakayamuni" statue. You will also stop at a local house in the Nha Trang countryside where you will meet 2 artists with 40 years of experience and make clay stoves by hand. The artists will teach you how it's done. Nearby you will also visit a mat weaver with over 30 years of experience.  The tour also visits the Ancient House of 200 Years in Nha Trang where you will learn more about Nha Trang culture and Vietnamese architecture. Enjoy a dish of tropical fruits and a cup of tea while you are here. You will also stop close to a paddy field where your tour guide will explain the rice types of Vietnam and the farming techniques of growing rice. Lastly, you will visit Tong Lam Lo Son Pagoda. Here you will see the biggest Buddha statue standing at 44-meters high. Your tour then concludes with a drop you off at Nha Trang port.

Nha Trang : Enjoy Your Best Of Nha Trang City & Relax In Spa

2. Nha Trang : Enjoy Your Best Of Nha Trang City & Relax In Spa

We will pick you up at your hotel in Nha Trang City center at around 8:00 AM and move to Cau Da for a visit to the Vietnam Oceanographic Institute. After that, you will go to Long Son Pagoda, Chong Promontory Rocks, and the Ponagar Temples. The tour ends for this morning is to visit local Dam Market. After having lunch at a good local restaurant, then you relax at Spa in Nha Trang where the Herbal Massage is exclusively recommended to Vietnam.

Nha Trang: Shore Excursion with Guide

3. Nha Trang: Shore Excursion with Guide

Start your day at the foot of Trai Thuy Mountain home to Long Son Pagoda, a beautiful temple with a rich history of housing high-ranking Buddhist monks. Ornately decorated with dragons, mystical animals and Taoist Gods, this stunning temple is a testament to Taoist architecture. Test your energy levels with a climb up 152 steps to reach the famous 24 meter tall Buddha which can be seen from any spot in town. Next visit a local family for an insight into the way of life at Nha Trang. Learn how the family sustains themselves through Vietnamese mat weaving and have a go at the techniques used in this ancient art form. After your craft session, cruise through the countryside and marvel at the breathtaking vistas of vibrant rice paddies, tropical foliage, and surrounding mountains. Snap a photo of the local farmers at work in the fields as you relax on the bus. Visit an ancient house hidden deep in the countryside and gaze at the historical architecture. Snack on some local fruits and see the process of making conical hats. Time to explore the stunning Cai river running through the area and get up close and personal with the untouched nature around it. Onto Po Nagar Temple now, built by the architecturally-adept Champa people between the 8th and 13th century. This imposing temple has 3 floors, decorated to worship the deities and to depict Brahmin religious themes. 

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