Nha Trang, VietNam

I went back home 9 years ago with my husband to show him my country where i grew up. We had a chance to visit Nha Trang, our favorite place in Viet Nam, besides Ha Long bay and Hoi An.
Nha Trang is a coastal city and the capital of Khanh Hoa province, on the south central coast of VN. It is well known for its prestine beaches and excellent snorkeling, scuba diving and is fast becoming a popular destination for international tourists, attracting large numbers of backpackers. It was the site of the Miss Universe 2008 pageant.
Nha Trang bay is among the world’s most beautiful bays. Visiting a fishing village and taking a fresh lunch at the island are among the fun things to do. I highly recommend it to those who have a chance to travel to Viet Nam.
Nha Trang beach.
Lady selling tropical fruits along the beach.
I wore a Vietnamese traditional dress (called Ao Dai), 9 years ag0 . Sorry for bad quality picture.

Here is something extra; 9 years later, I dress my girls in Ao Dai (Vietnamese traditional dress). What do you think? I love to dress them up.

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17 thoughts on “Nha Trang, VietNam

  1. when my fiance and i went to vietnamin 2007, we too fell in love with halong bay and hoi an. we also loved hanoi. we’re going back to vietnam for the first half of our honeymoon. we’re staying at phu quoc…have you been there?
    ps. your girls are ADORABLE.

  2. my husband and i wanted to go to Vietnam!
    i believe it’s a beautiful place!

    lovely photos of your kiddos!
    they are so cuties on the traditional outfit!

  3. Your kids are just adorable! Vietnam seems like a beautiful country from all I’ve heard of it, I definitely will visit one day.

  4. It´s so nice to learn something about your tradition and that you give it also back to your children.

  5. You are elegance personified in your Ao Dai..and your 2 girls are so cute! Your pictures remind me of home.. (I’m from Singapore, so we’ll be neighbors if not for Malaysia and Thailand ;))

  6. Funnily enough, this place made my “go next” places…can’t wait to see Vietnam, so inexpensive, friendly and beautiful!

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