By train the journey from Quang Ngai to Nha Trang is scheduled to take from 7 to 8 hours depending upon which train you take.
Train Times from Quang Ngai to Nha Trang
There are currently 5 train services from Quang Ngai to Nha Trang available to book online.
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- The fastest train service from Quang Ngai to Nha Trang is Train #SE1 which departs from Quang Ngai at 16:31 and is scheduled to arrive in Nha Trang 6 hours 33 minutes later at 23:04.
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About Travel to Nha Trang
Nha Trang is a medium sized city by Vietnamese standards, with around 500,000 permanent residents, which attracts large numbers of Vietnamese and foreign tourists.
Attractions in Nha Trang
The main attractions of Nha Trang are the city centre Tran Phu Beach, which is 6 km long, and Vinpearl Land, which is a massive amusement park on a island just off the coast accessible via a cable car from Nha Trang. The central and south areas of the city have lot of hotels, bars and restaurants catering specifically to tourists, and for the larger part Nha Trang offers great value for money with cheap alcoholic drinks and hotels which cost much less than similar establishments in Thailand. Nha Trang, however, tends to be less popular with visitors coming to Vietnam to experience its culture and visit the major historic sites.
Despite being one of the major centres of mass tourism in Thailand, Nha Trang does have some interesting places to visit and it’s well worth travelling there even if you aren’t interested in its busy beach and amusement park.
Po Nagar Temple
The city’s principal cultural attraction is Po Nagar temple, which is one of the most interesting temples in South East Asia. Po Nagar temple was built in stages from the 8th to the 17th Century by the people of the Cham civilisation. The Cham ruled over South Vietnam more than a 1,000 years ago and believed in older form of Hinduism which was influenced by both Islam and Buddhism. Po Nagar temple is dedicated to a deity called Yan Po Nagar who isn’t worshipped in modern day Hinduism and the statues at Po Nagar representing this forgotten god are unique. Of all the Cham era temples in South east Asia, Po Nagar is the best preserved and it’s worth making the trip to Nha Trang to visit it.