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Place of tranquillity after all the hustle and bustle of the City. You will need to dress modestly to enter the Buddhist Temple or borrow a sarong. There are 150 stone steps which on a hot day seem many more - but trust me if...More
Visited via an organised tour of Nah Trang. Unfortunately we weren't allowed inside as they didn't have enough cover ups for everyone, as the place was very busy, so they decided to not give out any! Didn't have enough time to climb up to the...More
Wouldn’t say it’s a “must see”, by way of pagodas not the prettiest or biggest, but has a nice enough prayer room and a decent view from the top at Buddha. It’s free to enter, but beware the “orphans” at the top trying to flog...More
There is a large whit Buddha at the top of the temple. It's quite a climb up many stairs to reach the top. You'll be stopping along the way to catch your breath. At the top there are some good views of the city. Don't...More
This pagoda was a good start before the feasting begin as it was part of a food tour. Had to climb up a lot of steps to get up to the giant Buddha, which was amazing. And the view was something else. I honestly never...More
There are some local who will offer you an incense, then after a few minute they will chased you for a 500kvnd!!! and if your trying to negotiate they will said NO NO! dont open your wallet in front of them because they will snatch...More
Once you up there, you can see all the city. For lunch time, they close some areas, so avoid that.
If you need to enter main center, need to cover your leg.
No need to pay.
You can easily get there by a taxi, as...More
Long Son Pagoda was really nice and large. I worn a short skirt but I didn't have to worry about it because there were clothes with long sleeves and pants to borrow free outside the pagoda. Remember to borrow clothes before stepping inside. I met...More
If you’re like me and you love a Buddha you mustn’t miss Long Son Pagoda. There are a few steps to the top but it isn’t a huge complex so you won’t need half a day here. Well worth it. You might get a little...More
Long Son pagoda is free and there's 2 ways to go up to the Buddha on the top, 1 is the main entrance where you have free parking inside. 2 is the local road straight to the Buddha, where your parking need to pay (10,000... More
Long Son pagoda is free and there's 2 ways to go up to the Buddha on the top, 1 is the main entrance where you have free parking inside. 2 is the local road straight to the Buddha, where your parking need to pay (10,000 vnd), but sth paid by prices they are deserved.
Dam market is building but still working.
And right, The Pagoda and Po Nagar temples are about 1km each side of the Dam Market. Po Nagar need the ticket for entrance.
Sorry for the late answer. I've come back from a trip to the north. Enjoy your trip in Nha Trang and I willing to answer all the things that I've known.
YES but the crowds are already here and the trains and planes are Full ! If you have not already made your travel arrangements then you are not coming to Nha Trang and your question becomes superfluous !