Nha Trang

What is Nha Trang known for?


rock videos

prices. Many drink deals also. Well managed and maintained, plays lots of rock videos, especially from the 80's. * *


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be disappointing when the weather is grey and the waves choppy. The experience is then one of murky sandy waters, a strip of standard brown sand with a multitude of empty beach chairs and no one to be seen. *

directions Left of the commercial port entrance phone +84 58 590037 tollfree fax hours 07:00-16:00 price 15,000 dong content This is like an aquarium with popular and rare species of the sea. A good place to bring kids as they will get to see sharks, turtles, coral reefs, lion fish, sea horses, and many other creatures. *

url http: www.raftingtravel.com email address 1 12 Tran Quang Khai St lat long directions phone +84 58 3521541 tollfree fax hours price USD45+ content Combination fast 30 km downhill biking passing through an ethnic village and meeting Raglai people. Then a 12 km rafting trip down the Cai River. *


traditional small

hours price 28,000-67,000 dong content Since 1999, offers also Indian food. * *


fishing+products

. Industry Nha Trang is the South Central Coast's (Nam Trung Bo) second largest industrial center and the province in general accounts for more than one fifth of the region's industrial GDP. Food processing industries are large, especially those processing local fishing products and food for shrimp farms. Other industrial sectors produce beverages, fabric, textiles, paper, and construction materials. * Thang


architecture performances

development challenging but favouring tourism in some places, most notable around Phan Thiet, Nha Trang, and Da Nang. Tourism also benefits from Cham (Champa) cultural heritage, including architecture, performances, and museums. It is generally much less industrialized and developed than the region around Ho Chi Minh City (Đông Nam Bộ) or the Red River Delta, but it has some regional industrial centers in Da Nang, around Nha Trang and Quy Nhon. The region has

traditionally been one of the main gateways to neighbouring Central Highlands (Tay Nguyen). It has a complex geography with mountain ranges extending up to the coast, making transport and infrastructure development challenging but favouring tourism in some places, most notable around Phan Thiet, Nha Trang, and Da Nang. Tourism also benefits from Cham (Champa) cultural heritage, including architecture, performances, and museums. It is generally much less industrialized and developed than


small complex

of the kingdom, and the aroma of incense emanating from within makes it clear that this remains a religious site for the local Buddhists of Nha Trang today. The longevity of these last vestiges of a once-dominant SE Asian civilisation should impress temple enthusiasts even if the insensitive restoration and surrounding mass of tourists don't. The small complex sits on a hill which enjoys views across Nha Trang's fishing village. It is a 20-25 min walk (or short motorbike ride) from the main beach strip, however be prepared to wander through the real Nha Trang, quite an abrupt change from the showy built-up beach side resort. Public Bus 4 stops near the Cham Towers. * Dmoz:Regional Asia Vietnam Provinces Khanh Hoa Nha Trang Commons:Nha Trang


combination+fast

url http: www.raftingtravel.com email address 1 12 Tran Quang Khai St lat long directions phone +84 58 3521541 tollfree fax hours price USD45+ content Combination fast 30 km downhill biking passing through an ethnic village and meeting Raglai people. Then a 12 km rafting trip down the Cai River. *


business international

, several towers of which still stand at Nha Trang. In 2009, Vietnam and Japan signed a deal to build a high-speed railway using Japanese technology; numerous Vietnamese engineers have since been sent to Japan to receive training in the operation and maintenance of high-speed trains. The railway will be a 1,630-km-long


creating large

archives ECPAD website Industry Binh Dinh has transformed itself in a regional center of furniture manufacturing. The industry has been successful in creating large numbers of jobs, with furniture manufacturing enterprises employing around 40,000 workers and manufacturing in total around 107,000, making Binh Dinh leading in the South Central Coast in terms of industrial employment. More than two thirds of the province's gross industrial output is produced in Quy Nhon, which is the regions third largest industrial center after Da Nang and Nha Trang. Phu Tai Industrial Park is central to Binh Dinh's industry in general and the furniture industry in particular. Several chemical enterprises that supply the furniture and wood processing industry have been set up in the vicinity of the industrial park. People’s Committee Binh Dinh (2007): Yearbook of Information on Enterprises in Binh Dinh Province. Labour Publishing House, Hanoi: 162-165 Scotty Nguyen was born in Nha Trang, Vietnam, and came to America at the age of fourteen. He was expelled from school for spending too much time in underground poker games. Nguyen attended dealer school at the age of 21 and was employed at Harrah’s poker room. There he made about $150 a night and lost most of it playing $3–$6 stud. He described himself as a "fish" but wanted to gamble regardless. left thumb Vietnamese "Tirailleur" soldiers of the Nguyen Dynasty. (Image:Vietnamese Tirrailleurs of Nguyen.jpg) In 1792, the middle and the most notable of the three Tay Son brothers, Nguyen Hue Quang Trung, who had gained recognition as Emperor of Vietnam by driving the Le Dynasty and China out of northern Vietnam, died suddenly. Nguyen Anh took advantage of the situation and attacked northwards. By now, the majority of the original French soldiers, whose number peaked at less than 80 by some estimates, had departed. The majority of the fighting occurred in and around the coastal towns of Nha Trang in central Vietnam and Qui Nhon further to the south in Binh Dinh Province, the birthplace and stronghold of the Tay Son. Nguyen Anh began by deploying his expanded and modernised naval fleet in raids against coastal Tay Son territory. His fleet left Saigon and sailed northward on an annual basis during June and July, carried by southwesterly winds. The naval offensives were reinforced by infantry campaigns. His fleet would then return south when the monsoon ended, on the back of northeasterly winds. The large European wind-powered vessels gave the Nguyen navy a commanding artillery advantage, as they has a superior range to the Tay Son cannons on the coast. Combined with traditional galleys and a crew that was highly regarded for its discipline, skill and bravery, Mantienne, p. 532. the European-style vessels in the Nguyen fleet inflicted hundreds of losses against the Tay Son in 1792 and 1793. 1959–1970 After competing work-up trials and entering active service, ''Vampire'' underwent training exercises with ships of the RAN and Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) until early 1960. ''Vampire'' was deployed to the Far East Strategic Reserve in March 1960, and sailed to Singapore after a brief visit to New Zealand. She returned to Sydney in December, and was docked for refit until April 1961. The destroyer was awarded the Gloucester Cup for 1960, recognising her as the most efficient ship in the RAN. Following the refit, ''Vampire'' operated in Australian waters, including participation in the training exercise Tuckerbox in August, then returned to the Far East in September. Bastock, ''Australia's Ships of War'', p. 322 On 1 December 1961, a chief petty officer died aboard from illness. Cassells, ''The Destroyers'', p. 152 The destroyer was in Hong Kong for Christmas, then in January 1962, visited Nha Trang and Saigon in Vietnam with Dmoz:Regional Asia Vietnam Provinces Khanh Hoa Nha Trang Commons:Nha Trang


development challenging

development challenging but favouring tourism in some places, most notable around Phan Thiet, Nha Trang, and Da Nang. Tourism also benefits from Cham (Champa) cultural heritage, including architecture, performances, and museums. It is generally much less industrialized and developed than the region around Ho Chi Minh City (Đông Nam Bộ) or the Red River Delta, but it has some regional industrial centers in Da Nang, around Nha Trang and Quy Nhon. The region has

traditionally been one of the main gateways to neighbouring Central Highlands (Tay Nguyen). It has a complex geography with mountain ranges extending up to the coast, making transport and infrastructure development challenging but favouring tourism in some places, most notable around Phan Thiet, Nha Trang, and Da Nang. Tourism also benefits from Cham (Champa) cultural heritage, including architecture, performances, and museums. It is generally much less industrialized and developed than

Nha Trang

thumb right 230px Nha Trang's beach (Image:Nhatrang la plage.jpg) right thumb 300px Nha Trang's skyline (Image:Nha Trang skyline.jpg) '''Nha Trang''' ( based on the approval of the Prime Minister of Vietnam in September 2012.

Nha Trang is well known for its beaches and scuba diving and has developed into a popular destination for international tourists, attracting large numbers of backpackers (Backpacking (travel)), as well as more affluent travelers on the Southeast Asia circuit; it is already very popular with Vietnamese tourists, with Nha Trang Bay widely considered as among the world's most beautiful bays. Tourists are welcome to participate in the Sea Festival, held biennially. Nha Trang was the site of the Miss Universe 2008 Pageant on July 14, 2008 and Miss Earth 2010 was held on December 4, 2010. Nha Trang has been approved to host the 2016 Asian Beach Games.

Historically, the city was known as '''Kauthara''' under the Champa. The city is still home to the famous Po Nagar Tower built by the Champa. Being a coastal city, Nha Trang is a centre for marine science based at the Nha Trang Oceanography Institute. The Hon Mun marine protected area is one of four first marine protected areas in the world admitted by the IUCN.

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