If you are more quiet, and would like to discover natural scenes, you could spend time on sight-seeing tours. There are a lot of beautiful sea sights here, such as Tam Islet, Mun Islet, Con Se Tre Islet, Ong Islet, Monkey Island, Yen Island (Swallow Island)… All the islands are scattered around the bay, and again, 100% pristine and beautiful. Each name reveals the islet itself’s main traits, for example, Monkey Islet, where there exists hundreds of monkeys, or Swallow Islet, which has a number of swallow species, the rich source of salangane (“Yến sào”). And the others’name express the islands’ shapes. Noi Islet is the most beautiful island of swallow, which you really have to come and see to have a brief real understanding of Vietnam’s traditional precious salagane-making industry.
If you are a scholor coming here to discover historical sides, you must drop by Po Nagar Towers (a Champa Tower), Palace of King Bao Dai, Long Son pagoda, The National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam, the largest of its kind in Indochina where thousands of oceanic life samples, exhibits are on display. It is also home to the largest oceanic library in Vietnam, Chánh Tọa Church (or Mountain Church), Nha Trang Pasteur Institute, Trí Nguyên Aquarium (an aquarium where hundreds of rare oceanic species are fed), and so forth.