Miao Island is also a beautiful resort, there are rich scenery to visit, many facilities on the island are very interesting, diving places are quite hot, there are a lot of interesting things to enjoy.
The review sounds good, but I didn't see the sights, the cruise is expensive. The aquarium has some interesting fish, but overall it looks very cheesy and in poor condition. The snorkeling temperature is not warm enough, so it is uncertain whether snorkeling is possible. We only ate at the fish restaurant because it was twice the price of Nha Trang. I saw a pirate ship from a distance, and I was close to Mieu Island/Tri Nguyen Island (Mieu Island/Tri Nguyen Island), the first island in the four island tour. The Shiwara Aquarium, a relatively compact aquarium, requires tickets. The museum has a history of more than 30 years and was built in 1971. It stocks more than 200 kinds of rare fishes and sea creatures in the waters of Nha Trang. However, I will not be surprised by the larger aquarium, but there are not many tourists who come here, and there are more angles to take pictures. After watching the marine life, it is not bad to board the height of the ship to see the sea scenery. Due to time constraints, the mountain on the opposite side of the aquarium was not completed. In fact, the scenery over there is also good. According to the introduction, there is the largest open-air farm on Temple Island. It is estimated that it is also there.
Hon Mieu, Vietnam: You must go to the aquarium there to see the island, after a big pirate ship, is the aquarium. The size is small, "sparrows are small, all the organs", coral, tropical fish, and small sharks, can be seen in the aquarium.
Beautiful views, nice setting and worth a visit.
Hon Mieu, Vietnam: There is a fishing ground and a beautiful outdoor aquarium, HoCa TriNguyen. You can rent a canoe or find someone to row to nearby HonMun or HonYen. You can live in a small, rural bungalow. Ferry to Myoshima, regularly shipped from the CauDa pier on the south side of Nha Trang. On return, take the ferry from the village of Tri Nguyen in Myoshima.