Welcome to Nha Trang City
Nha Trang is a seaside town, also the city of Khanh Hoa province – on the South Central Coast of Viet Nam. Nha Trang is becoming increasingly popular in recent years because of its pristine beach, best scuba diving center of Viet Nam as well as lots of interesting attractions and delicious food to enjoy.
This year, the 15th Vietnam Conference on Nuclear Science and Technology (VINANST-15) will be held on 09-11 August 2023 at the Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel and Spa (Address: 26 - 28 Tran Phu Street, Loc Tho, Nha Trang, Vietnam). The hotel is located only steps away from Tran Phu beach, and is nestled amidst the city's active social scene.
Vietnamese is the official language. In some shops, the owners can speak Chinese, Russian and English.
The standard Viet Nam time zone is GMT+7.
The weather in Nha Trang is usually warm and humid for the first eight months of the year, making it a popular destination for travelers looking to soak up the sun and enjoy various recreational activities.
Nha Trang experiences two distinct seasons every year, which is the monsoon period (September until December) and the dry period (January until August) with moderate temperatures that stay between an average low of 18°C and an average high of 30°C.
Places of Interest
Po Nagar Cham Towers
Commonly known as Thap Ba, the Po Nagar Cham Towers are a complex of temples erected approximately before 781 A.D. Compared to the original design, the towers nowadays have only a few differences (except for the Golden Dome which has been robbed by pirates). The four Po Nagar Towers today are truly beautiful and charming. Each of them was built to dedicate to a unique deity.
Oceanographic Museum of Viet Nam
The Oceanographic Museum of Viet Nam is an interesting aquarium in which you can gain the exact image of Nha Trang marine environment.
Nowhere can people expect to see a more extensive collection of living beings from the Eastern Sea like in this museum, particularly in areas like the bays of Thailand, archipelagoes of Paracels (Hoàng Sa) and Spratlys (Truong Sa), shore regions of Viet Nam.
Nha Trang beaches
Nha Trang is one of the most famous beach city in Vietnam for both blissful nature and the touristy enthusiastic atmosphere. Having a six-kilometer stretch of the coastline, the beaches of the city attract tourists with their variety and own charms. No beaches in Nha Trang are the same whether if it is the lively Tran Phu beach, the pristine Jungle Beach, or the hippy-like atmosphere of Bai Dai beach.
Long Son Pagoda
Perhaps the most commonly associated image with Long Son pagoda is the24-meter-tall white Buddhastatue, even though the concrete statue isn't technically part of Long Son. Instead, the statue sits slightly higher up the hill, on the grounds of Hai Duc Pagoda, and it's one of the most famous sights in Nha Trang.
Vietnam's own version of Disneylandis right here, on Vinpearl Island. This combination of Amusement park and Water Park offers rides and thrills for all ages, as well as plenty of opportunities to meet unique cartoon characters and even see a few wild animals.
Nha Trang Night Market is the place to introduce indigenous products, and local culture through traditional food.
Location: 46 Tran Phu street.
Operating hour: from 06.00 p.m to 11.00 p.m every night.
Salanganes’ nests taken from the natural islands of Khanh Hoa have long been proved to be extremely beneficial to health and beauty. Thanks to the geochemical origins and chemical composition of and the high amount of minerals in the salangane caves, Khanh Hoa Salanganes’ Nests have particularly high nutritional value and unique flavor.
Nha Trang city is in Khanh Hoa province – a place famously called the Land of Agarwood. Agarwood is a spiritual treasure of Khanh Hoa bearing bold cultural features and long history, associated with the legend of the Champa people about Goddess Ponagar - Mother of the Land symbolizing a happy and prosperous life.
Wednesday, March 01, 2023 Saturday, April 01, 2023
Deadline of registration and extended abstract submission
Monday, May 01, 2023
Deadline of full-text report submission
Monday, July 10, 2023
Decision notifications (acceptance or rejection, final presentation format)