A food and tourism festival will take place in Nha Trang city in the central coastal province of Khanh Hoa from January 29 to 31 to provide an entertainment venue for visitors to the city.
The event will feature 48 booths introducing visitors to tours featuring many of the most favoured tourist attractions, historical and cultural sites in Khanh Hoa province as well as agricultural products from the locality at favourable prices.
Festival goers can also sample typical local dishes and specialities and participate in exciting folk games.
The festival aims to promote the culture, land and people of Nha Trang city and Khanh Hoa province in general, promoting the locality as a safe and friendly destination.
Within the framework of the festival, the Hai Dang art troupe will join local students to deliver street performances in the evening.
The festival is expected to welcome around 50,000 visitors and shoppers, according to NDO.
Nha Trang, also known as the Riviera of the East Sea, offers a six-kilometre stretch of beautiful coastline with white sandy beaches, clear waters with an abundance of marine life and thriving reefs, verdant mountain ranges at each end, as well as 19 untouched islets that are just a short boat ride away. Offering a myriad of sightseeing and recreational activities, the coastal town itself is steeped with breath-taking structures that date back to the Champa Kingdom, Buddhist temples, and gothic-style Catholic churches, as well as natural hot springs, salt fields, and unique waterfalls.
Catering to any budget level and preference, Nha Trang restaurants serve up fresh seafood and Vietnamese cuisine while lively bars and pubs along the pristine beach are favourite hangouts for tourists to watch the sun sets over the East Sea. To help you get started on your travel plans, we have compiled all the essential information you need to know about Nha Trang, from the best time to visit to where to stay in this popular coastal town.