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An experience we will never forget
March 24, 2012

Nha Trang is a vibrant coastal town yet you can always find a place for the soul here. With Nha Trang half day tour, we will take you to visit three biggest religious centres of Nha Trang.

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Ponagar Temple – Long Son Pagoda – Cathedral
Nha Trang city, a small city on the south central coastline of Vietnam, is a famous beach city of Vietnam. Travelers like to travel to Nha Trang, not because of its beach, but also by its historical relics from Cham civilization represented as Po Nagar tower, a sacred Hindu site dating back to the 7th century, Stone Church built in French colony time, to Long Son Pagoda - Buddhist pagoda built in commemoration of the monks and nuns who died whilst fighting the Diem Government. End of services


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  2. From To   16/01/2019


  • Timing: Half day (Morning: 8:30 to 12:00, Afternoon: 13.30 to 17.00)
  • Transport by private car/van with A/C ( Motorbike on request )
  • Local English speaking guide
  • Entrance & sightseeing fees
  • Government taxes & services charges


  • Accommodation, Airfare & Meals
  • Visa to Vietnam
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Bank fees for payment
  • Tips & Personal expenses as drink, laundry, phone…

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