Cycling Nha Trang - review by Rusty Compass
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Cycling Nha Trang

| 25 Nov 2011
Our rating
25 Nov 2011

Nha Trang’s beachfront is a nice spot for casual cycling and all the city sites can easily be visited by bike as well.

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Cycling is a great way to get around in Nha Trang. The roads are usually wide and not near as congested as the big cities. Caution is always wise however.

All of the sights listed in our see and do listing can easily be reached by casual cyclists. Unfortunately the quality of available bicycles for hire tends to be poor.

It’s worth spending a half or full day cycling along the coast up to Hon Chong promontory or beyond, back to Po Nagar Cham Towers, upriver to the mud baths, further along the river to the old railway bridge, cross the river and then ride as deep into the countryside as your energy allows.

On the way back, you can loop back into town passing Long Son Pagoda and the Cathedral before hitting town. In a single day you can easily cover Nha Trang’s main sights on a bike.
Mark Bowyer
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