Cau Da, Nha Trang
Nha Trang is a city and business travel hub in Vietnam’s Khánh Hòa Province. It’s located on the South Central Coast of Vietnam and shares a border with the areas Ninh Hòa, Cam Ranh and Diên Khánh. It has a population of more than 390,000, and a tropical savanna climate, with a short wet season and a lengthy dry season. It shares a sister status with the following cities: Thái Nguyên (Vietnam) and Kota Kinabalu (Malaysia). With the rise of business travel to the area and the popularity of serviced apartments, SilverDoor has led the way to provide serviced apartments in the area. The main currency in Nha Trang is the Vietnamese dong, and the predominant language spoken is Vietnamese.
Between the 16th and 19th centuries, Nha Trang was a relatively uninhabited area boasting beautiful wildlife. However, in the early 20th century, it began to change rapidly. Its various villages including Huân, Vạn Thạnh and Phước Hải were merged together to form a townlet, and paved the way for yet more transformation in the late 19th century, with the arrival of new businesses and industries on a mission to develop Nha Trang. Under French occupation, Nha Trang was regarded as a de facto capital of Khánh Hòa Province, home to numerous colonial administration offices. In 1937, Nha Trang’s status was updated to a town. At this stage, the town had a total of five wards: Xương Huân, Phương Câu, Vạn Thạnh, Phương Sài, and Phước Hải.
In 1977, Nha Trang was upgraded to a city, under the jurisdiction of Phú Khánh Province, whereby a number of communes were merged together to form a collective new Nha Trang City territory. Today, Nha Trang is an exciting coastal resort city rich in parks, gardens, beaches,nightlife and quality accommodation. Top attractions include Ba Ho Waterfalls, Po Nagar temple, Yang Bay Eco Park, Chua Suoi Do and Long Sơn Pagoda. Nha Trang’s popular beaches range from Trần Phú Beach - which is easily walked to – and Hon Chong Beach - known for its tranquil atmosphere and array of coffee shops. Accommodation and serviced apartments in the area allow for guests to be situated near to these attractions and spend their free time exploring the sights of Nha Trang.
Nha Trang joins the National Route 1A highway, which connects various cities and provinces in Vietnam, providing an excellent routeway for business travellers. The city’s main airport, Cam Ranh International, is located in Cam Ran Bay, and is one of Vietnam’s busiest in terms of passenger traffic. Nha Trang railway station is the main train station and serves the entire city. Serviced accommodation is situated near to transport links, making for easy access to industries and corporations within the city and surrounding areas.
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