Hon Chong Promontory, Nha Trang - review by Rusty Compass
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Hon Chong Promontory, Nha Trang

| 25 Nov 2011
Our rating
25 Nov 2011

An impressive collection of boulders 3kms north of Nha Trang invested with meaning in Vietnamese legend of fairies and giants. The water at the beach here is cleaner than Nha Trang’s main beach missing the river runoff. Unfortunately, there’s plenty of rubbish on the shore. An enjoyable and easy cycle from Nha Trang.

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