Nha Trang Pedicab Tour
You can cover a lot of ground with this updated cycling version of a rickshaw! See the city's main highlights including Xom Bong fishing village, Kito King Cathedral, Cho Dam Market, Pasteur Institute, and Nha Trang's historic train station.
Your mini journey begins with a short pedicab ride to idyllic Tran Phu Street on Front Beach. From there you will set out past palm dotted beaches and through Nha Trang's main streets for a comprehensive view of the city.
See local sellers promoting their wares on the streets and ride past Pasteur Institute. Founded in 1895, this institution coordinates regional vaccine and hygiene programs. Stop and capture photos of the local fishermen's catch at the charming Xom Bong fishing village then head to the city's center and gaze up at the 12 meter high Kito King Cathedral. This Gothic style building is the mother church of the Catholic Diocese and also a favorite site for photographers and weddings. Down the hill from the cathedral is the historic Nha Trang train station that services the main railway line between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh. Board a motor coach for a drive to the bustling, two-story Cho Dam Market that can accommodate 6,000 shoppers at any given time. Wander the multiple rows of stalls and pick up a souvenir or two, then it's back on the pedicab for a scenic return to your meeting point. Secure your spot now for a fun and easy overview of the fascinating city of Nha Trang.
Please Note: Passengers will be granted a Vietnam visa by the cruise line. Some of the cruise lines include the visa within the cruise package. However, if a visa was not included in your cruise package, you pay may purchase one directly onboard. The cost can be up to $50 US per person, depending on the cruise line.
Reviewer: Daniel Hollabaugh
Our tour start with only 4 of us. The driver very friendly took us to long son pagoda and the cathedral was so nice. Love the feeling on the rickshaw around the city. I would highly recommend this tour in Nah Trang
Four of us were in this tour, we all enjoyed it and for first time visitors to Vietnam it is a way of really getting among the local people.
Reviewer: Barbara Love
Other than getting started later than announced, the tour was fun and quite exciting with the traffic whizzing by on all sides by the zillions of motorcycles that predominate in the city. To give the pedaler's legs a rest we walked up the long arched bridge, had stops at a picturesque cathedral, made an interesting stop n a shop of silk embroidery, then ended at the big market. I got turned around in the maze of alleys but an observant person got me and the coordinator back together just as I had arranged for a taxi back t the pier.