For tourists who have travelled many times, it is not difficult to guess what the most common specialties in a beach city are. Having been well known for clean beaches and beautiful eco-tourism sites, Nha Trang is also famous for its cheap and delicious cuisine. Now let’s check out for our list of what and where to eat in Nha Trang!
Khanh Hoa offers a plenty of accommodation – in options for you to choose from: from budget hostels to world-class resorts, almost all of which have excellent quality. I would like to recommend some places which receive the highest ranks from past travellers with detailed information. I hope these destinations can fulfill your travel to Khanh Hoa!
To get to Khanh Hoa Province, there are various forms of convenient transports for you to choose.
Phu Yen is a small city in the eastern part of Vietnam with the population of 880,700 in 2007. And because the city is not big and crowded, nightlife here is not as interesting and highly-charged as it is in big cities like Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh city. Phu Yen is basically not a place where people can find bars or pubs with music reverberating the ground or shops that open 24/7.
From Hanoi To Phu Yen
From Saigon To Phu Yen
Since Phu Yen is not a big city, this place has fewer hotels and hostels for travellers. But the good news is that those places are not expensive at all and they have good services and qualified rooms.
Phu Yen is one of the best places in Vietnam for travellers who want to taste the original taste of Vietnamese food. As it is a coastal region, Phu Yen offers a wide variety of fresh seafood and Vietnamese specialities.
“Life is a trip, travelling is like living twice.” – O.Khayyam.
Phu Yen is a coastal province in the South Central and the easternmost part of Vietnam. With the picturesque 100-kilometer seaside and mountainous area, the province has been known as one of the most relaxing destinations in Vietnam.
Recognized as “The Caviar of the East”, Edible Bird’s nests are among the most expensive tonics consumed by East Asians. Also, Vietnam is not an exception. Every year when it comes to March 9th and 10th in lunar calendar, citizens in Cù Lao Chàm isle, Quảng Nam province start holding a traditional festival known as a commemoration day for Edible Bird’s nest career which has been existing for hundreds of years in Vietnam.
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‘Let’s go to Tạ Hiện and grab some beer’ is a common invitation that you will get when you are staying in Hanoi. Tạ Hiện, a famous street of 266 m in length, is definitely a must-visit place in Hanoi Old Quarter. Not naturally that people call Tạ Hiện the “international intersection” because this is where they can see how the Western culture harmonizes with Eastern one. And sometimes you will even hear people call it the “Western street” or “Foreign street” – “Phố Tây” for each step of your way is probably a foreign guy sitting and enjoying his beer with some snacks. Continue reading Ta Hien – Beer Street in Hanoi