Located along the coastline of South Central Vietnam, Khanh Hoa Province is well known for the attractive beauty of its over two hundred islands offshore. It is adjacent to Phu Yen Province to the North, Dak Lak and Lam Dong provinces to the West, and NinhThuan Province to the South.
Khanh Hoa is considered to represent one of the deepest seas in Vietnam with the coastline spanning over a length of 200 km. There are various spectacular bays around such as Cam Ranh, Van Phong, and Nha Trang Bay, all of which have contributed to the development of ecological tourism of Khanh Hoa.
The population of Khanh Hoa Province is made up of mainly the Kinh ethnic group and has been deeply marked by the strong ancient culture of the Cham – the most prominent culture distinguishing Khanh Hoa from other provinces. Until today, Champa Kingdom has left many valuable historical constructions and ancient sites. The beauty that lies in this interesting kingdom is impressive. If you go there, you will expect to experience one of the greatest masterpieces of history in Vietnam.