Sunrise is typically the best time to capture the vibrancy of daily life along Tran Phu Beach in central Nha Trang Town.
Locals along 12-km Tran Phu Beach, which U.S. News in 2019 listed among the world’s top 50.
Nha Trang is well known for its beaches and scuba diving, attracting large numbers of backpackers, more affluent foreign travelers, as well as Vietnamese tourists. Nha Trang Bay is widely considered among the world’s most beautiful.
Early in the morning or at sunset, you may witness flocks of pigeons swooping over the sand, eager to be fed by passing tourists.
People gather on April 2 Square to play sepak takraw, jog or practice yoga.
The sea-side square is one of Nha Trang’s most iconic sites. In the afternoon and evening, it serves as a place to meet or even dance for locals and tourists alike.
Tourists take a cyclo ride along Tran Phu Street.
A sanitation worker serves the Yen Sao pedestrian zone near April 2 Square.
Early morning commuters cross Tran Phu Bridge, one of the highlights along Nha Trang’s coast. Construction of the bridge finished in 2002.
According to the national urban classification plan for the period 2021-2030, Khanh Hoa is expected to become a municipality under government management, similar to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hai Phong, Da Nang and Can Tho. Nha Trang is oriented to become an international and national marine tourism urban area and a tourism and commerce hub for Southeast Asia.
Photos by Trung Huynh