National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam Tours

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The National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam is located around five kilometers from Nha Trang’s city center in a grand old French-colonial building. It has a large collection of marine life and other items, including numerous jars of pickled specimens, stuffed birds and sea mammals, plus plenty of fishing related artefacts.

The displays are arranged across two floors. The ground floor is home to various sized tanks housing countless varieties of marine life, including reef sharks, turtles, anemones, pufferfish, lionfish, clownfish, seahorses, and a whole array of colorful coral. Upstairs is where to find the exhibiting specimens, local boats, and various fishing articles, not to mention an 18-meter-long skeleton of a whale.

Themed rooms chart the history, science, and technology associated with marine life, with exhibits focusing on things like algae and phytoplankton, as well as the history of fishing in Vietnam, plus natural disasters at sea and around the coast.

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The National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam is located in the port village of Bao Dai, approximately five kilometers from Nha Trang. The best way to reach it is via taxi or motorcycle.
Address: 1 Cau Da Street, Nha Trang, Vietnam
Hours: Open daily 6am-6pm
Admission: Adult: 30,000 dong; Child: 12,000 dong
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