The Hanoitimes - May is such a lovely month for many places around the world: for wildlife watching, optimum weather and arts and culture experiences – so figuring out where to go and what to see can be tricky.
Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa province has been named among the best destinations for those who waited for summer in May, according to News Track Infomedia (NTIPL), a leading provider of news, information and entertainment across television, mobile platforms, digital media and print media.
The main plus of Nha Trang in May is a very warm sea. In addition, the water in it is crystal clear, and there are practically no living creatures like jellyfish and other small marine creatures. The city is a resort and therefore very busy with many restaurants, shops and colorful markets.
Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam.
News Track Infomedia advises travelers that they can also float on a boat to the neighboring islands, look at the monkeys or stay there all day in the amusement park.
Aqaba in Jordan tops the list, followed by Port Louis in Mauritius, Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam, Havana in Cuba, Istanbul in Turkey.
Earlier, Tran Phu beach in central Nha Trang has been listed as one of the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world, according to Usnews, a US media company. Among, numerous beaches spreading throughout the city, Tran Phu beach sits along a stretch of high-rise hotels with plenty of dining and nightlife nearby. “Traverlers visiting the city set up on this beach for its clear and calm waters and beautiful white sand,” Usnews wrote.
In 2017, Khanh Hoa province received more than 5.5 million visitors and earned about VND17.3 trillion (US$761.2 million) from tourism activities. The number of foreign arrivals to Khanh Hoa has to date surpassed 2 million, up 69% from the same period last year, according to the province's Department of Tourism.
Khanh Hoa province eyes to welcome 8.5 million tourists, including 3.5 million foreigners, by 2020, and earn VND70 trillion (Ú$2.99 billion) in tourism revenue.