Jason2020Quite a small area but nice to see something different. Don't wear shorts etc if you want to go inside the temples. There is a nice show from some guys and group of ladies, very interesting. There are some nice views of the water round the back of the park. There is also a small gallery and a couple of small stalls. Definately worth the small entry fee.
_We***74Incredible place !! It is advisable that you arrive as early as possible, and even in this case, you will not have time to get around everything. You can get there by cable car or motor boat. We went there by cable car, and back by motor boat. At the entrance there is an amusement park, an aquarium, a cinema, a park with various delicacies. If you go deeper, you will find yourself in the water park. The water park is extreme and not everyone has the courage to experience these slides, but I had the courage. Be sure to take drinking coconuts - it's something. Delicious natural drink. The sea is a fairy tale. No waves, come in and swim. A little higher, there is a Ferris wheel, a park with flamingos, a botanical park and much more that we did not have time to get around. A lot of fun. I recommend to everyone.
Andrew StrikisIf you go for a walk up Yersin, through central Nha Trang you'll eventually find yourself at the Long Son Pagoda. Long Son is a Buddhist temple that suffered quite a bit of damage in the Vietnam war, but has since been brought back to its former glory. The temple itself can be found near the road, but for those wanting to experience some fantastic views of Nha Trang and its surrounds, take the stairs to the right (152, to be precise!) and you’ll find yourself at the foot of a massive statue of the Buddha. Keep an eye out for the young touts at the temple, as they will probably try and take you on a ‘free’ guided tour. While you’re not obliged to pay up, they WILL put the pressure on at the conclusion of the tour!
M18***13A must do for any Catholics visiting, and even non believers. Beautifully built Cathedral, and a ton of statues of all the great apostles, saints and martyrs of the Catholic Church surround the Cathedral, in addition to a magnificent statue of the Virgin Mary. We even got to witness the the locals praying their rosary at 4.30, and they sang it ! Very musical and beautiful indeed. Catholicism is alive and well in Vietnam !