Nha Trang City Tour Shore Excursion

Visit to Ponagar Cham Towers and enjoy a glimpse of the city and its well-known pagoda on this half-day, scenic drive and tour.

Duration: 05 hours

Topic: Sighseeing Tour

Activities: Easy

Destination: Nha Trang

From $69.00

Departing the pier for the drive along the beaches and city streets to the Po Nagar Cham Towers.


Bong Bridge

Stop at Tran Phu Bridge - the bridge of the separation of the river and sea - taking pictures of the stunning and peaceful scenery of fishing boats and view of bustling Nha Trang city under sunshine


Po Nagar Cham Towers

Built between the 7th and 12th centuries and are reached via 70 steps.

After commence to the high floor, you can enjoy the superb views from the top.


Long Son Pagoda

Continue the visit to the best-known pagoda in Nha Trang. Note the ceramic tile and glass images of dragons decorating the roof and the entrance to the structure, as well as murals telling of local legends. Stairs to one side lead to a 30-foot (9.2-metre)-high white Buddha statue that can be seen from many parts of the city.



Dam Market

Go head for the local central Dam market - the most beautiful and crowded market in Nha Trang for shopping and exploring the daily life of local here

Nha Trang

Continue with an orientation drive through the city and along its beautiful beachfront. A visit is made to an embroidery and silk paintings workshop where you enjoy green tea and the arts of Vietnamese weaving.



Then, stop at the beach café for Vietnamese coffee and local foods by your own before return to the port.

Po Nagar Cham Towers Long Son Pagoda Dam Market Enjoy in the beach café for Vietnamese coffee and “Pho” noodles

Note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking; however, the hilltop Cham Towers can only be accessed via 70 steps. It is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Shoes must be removed for the interior temple visit. Wear slip-on shoes and bring a pair of socks for comfort. We recommend you bring your camera. Order of sights may vary.  Bring local currency for any purchases; US dollars and credit cards are accepted in many stores.


Coffee and Noodle are not included.