Visit Yang Bay Eco Park For A Fun Summer Getaway

Head to Nha Trang this summer and make a visit to Yang Bay Eco Park! Here you can marvel at the majestic waterfall and take a breath of fresh air amidst the refreshing atmosphere.

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Yang Bay Park is located in Khanh Phu Commune, Khanh Vinh District, approximately 45 km from the center of Nha Trang. The park can be reached in about 40 minutes by car.

The park, covering an area of about 570 hectares, is developed and managed by Khanh Viet Corporation. It offers eco-tourism and showcases the unique cultural features of the Raglai ethnic people.

Photo: NLD

Photo: Ky Nam

Yang Bay Eco Park is a tourism complex that includes Yang Bay Waterfall and surrounding areas. The park offers not only sightseeing opportunities, but also interactive experiences to explore the local culture. It is considered one of the best ecotourism destinations in Khanh Hoa.

Yang Bay attracts visitors with its wild beauty, including mountains, hills, waterfalls, and open spaces. There are three waterfalls in total: Yang Bay, Yang Khang, and Hocho. The main Yang Bay waterfall area is an ideal location for picnics and swimming.

Photo: NLD

Photo: Ky Nam

At Ho Cho waterfall, visitors can enjoy and explore natural hot mineral springs, where hot and cold streams flow in parallel. From a distance, the waterfall resembles white silk falling from the sky.

According to the Raglai ethnic minority, Yang Bay means “Waterfall from the sky,” originating from folklore. At Yang Bay Park, tourists have the opportunity to explore an animal zoo, beautiful flower garden, and experience riding on an ostrich. They can also enjoy Raglai music performances.

Photo: VinWonders

Photo: VinWonders

The Raglai show is a unique musical performance by the locals, held daily at 12:30 in the exhibition house of Yang Bay Eco Park. It offers tourists an opportunity to experience the exclusive cultural features of the Raglai ethnic minority in South Central Vietnam. Visitors can request their favorite folk songs to be played and participate in Raglai dancing and singing. Traditional Russian songs such as “Kalinka,” “Katusha,” or “A wind blowing from the sea” are also commonly heard at Yang Bay Eco Park, as it is a popular destination among Russians.

Yang Bay Eco Park offers a variety of entertainment activities for both adults and children. These activities include watching imitation cock-fighting, racing piglets, fishing, feeding black bears and crocodiles, and riding an ostrich. One of the park’s highlights is the rare opportunity to see Asian black bears, an endangered species in Vietnam and the world. The recreational experiences at Yang Bay Eco Park are sure to provide great excitement for children and young travelers.

Photo: Ky Nam

Photo: Ky Nam

In the nearby area of Yang Bay Eco Park, there are limited options for dining. However, at Yang Bay Restaurant, visitors can try unique and attractive traditional foods made from crocodile and ostrich meat. The skilled chefs prepare dishes such as grilled crocodile, crocodile stuffed with lotus root, crocodile stewed with ginseng, crocodile sauced Thai style, ostrich stewed with five fruits, ostrich wrapped in lotus leaf, and fried ostrich eggs. These delicious dishes satisfy food lovers with the flavors of the forest.

A tourist ride on an ostrich. Photo: Ky Nam

A tourist ride on an ostrich. Photo: Ky Nam

Yang Bay Park is located approximately 40km from the center of Nha Trang. Visitors can easily reach the park by car or book tours from travel agencies that provide shuttle buses. Adventurous individuals may also choose to ride their motorcycles on the winding roads leading to the park.

Charlotte Pho