Thanh Thanh Hotel

98 A Tran Phu Street, Nha Trang, Vietnam | Hotel
Prices starting from $16.00

Travel Blogs from Nha Trang

Day 9 - Savouring Seldom Seen Sun

A travel blog entry by mattymatty1313


... was in her element, lapping up the rays like a solar panelled roof. It didn't take long for us to decide we might give sight seeing a miss here and just enjoy the weather whilst we could. Later we headed to the beach to check it out and bought lunch consisting of the now staple bread, cheese and mango. We then headed back to hotel for a swim and a bit of asun bathe. We both tucked into ...

Nha-Trang: Russians, Beaches and Mud Baths.

A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller


... the same. It wasn't until after our spa we realised that this was not the correct spa etiquette and in fact you weren't meant to dive right in. This explained the numerous strange looks we received from the staff. After the relaxing afternoon at the spa we went back into Nha Trang town and began to realise why the lady at the spa assumed we were Russian. We were basically in a hot version of Moscow. All of the signs were in Vietnamese and Russian, menus were in Russian ...

Nha Trang II

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna


... in Nha Trang just after both Typhoon Hayian and a tropical depression had caused the worst flooding in the country for 34 years. The skies were grey and the sea was murky with the sediment which had been whipped up by high winds and high waves. We were less than impressed with Nha Trang on our last visit - the beach, which is the main highlight of the town, really failed to deliver. Five months later however, it was a completely different story. The beach ...

Mud baths in Nha Trang

A travel blog entry by midgetgemz


... able to use the mineral swimming pools and waterfalls. We only noticed the photographer once we were out of the mud bath so unfortunately didn't get any photos. It was a nice relaxing day for us. We then got a pizza and headed for our bus, stopping to feed the fish with a vietnamese man on the way. We realized the driving is as crazy here as in Hanoi when our driver didn't stop at any lights or junctions and ...

Someone order lobster...?

A travel blog entry by emma_rivers


Hello again,

This entry comes to you from the lovely, but slightly odd, city of Nha Trang in Vietnam.

We arrived late at night, after almost a full day on the train from Danang, and were predictably exhausted. Unfortunately, as we had been unable to find a decent map before leaving Danang, we were caught completely off guard by the 4km walk from the train station to our hotel. And, to make things even worse, the weather was very warm! When we ...


This hotel, located on 98 A Tran Phu Street, Nha Trang, is near Coco DIve Center, Alexandre Yersin Museum, Long Thanh Photo Studio, and Hon Mieu Island.
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