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This is my first time traveling alone in Nha Trang and I’m so excited about it! I will take you guys with me to beautiful places in this city, enjoy some Vietnamese local seafood, and experience new things as a solo traveler. Here are the places that I went on my trip.
Po Nagar Temple
Address: 61 Hai Tháng Tư, Vĩnh Phước, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa 650000
Price: 20,000 VND ($1)
You should definitely check out this place when you come to Nha Trang. Po Nagar temple was built between the 8th and the 13th centuries in order to worship Yan Po Nagar – The Goddess of the Cham and known as Thiên Y Thánh Mẫu in Vietnamese. She was said to have taught the locals to cultivate agriculture, raise animals and weave clothes. The whole architectural complex was constructed by the Cham people who once ruled the central plain of Vietnam. Inside the tower, there is a statue of a goddess made of black granite, 2.6m high, sitting on a lotus-shaped stone base, leaning back on a large fig leaf-shaped stone plate. Ponagar Tower is part of the greatest historic complexes in the old Champa territory with architecture influenced significantly by Hinduism. Remember to take your shoes and your hat off before you go into the temple complex.
Price: 120,000 VND ($5.21)
You’ll get to see cute monkeys and immerse yourself in nature. They have food for you to buy to feed the monkeys as well. Beautiful check-in spots that you might fall in love with. Also, I learned that there was an orchid island that is similar to the monkey island but it has more beautiful orchid flowers. The ticket for that island is 180,000 VND but they stop selling tickets after 10am. So if you want to get a full experience, make sure you go early. Solo travel gives me ultimate freedom. I can do whatever I want, I can eat or drink whatever I like. It’s a feeling of taking control of my own life. I realized that all my problems seemed to disappear when I traveled because I was too busy focusing on my surroundings and letting my imagination run wild in my own world. Solo travel helps me discover who I am. It allows me to step out of my comfort zone, meet new people, learn from new perspectives, and get inspired. The most important thing I’ve learned from solo traveling is to be grateful for what I have. I have a home to come back to and I have people who love me unconditionally. After returning from a solo trip, I cherish every moment that I have with others, the time that I didn’t have while traveling alone. Traveling with people helps you find friendship, traveling alone helps you find yourself. And when you know who you are, you know how to love, give and inspire others. That’s the power of travel. I hope you guys enjoy this video and I can’t wait to see you again on my next adventure! Be safe.
Where I stay?
Vesna Hotel, 100 Tran Phu.
I got pretty good deal online $150 for 4 days 3 nights (plane tickets and hotel), and it’s a 5 star hotel.
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