Discover white-sand beaches and other things to do in Cam Ranh
The Radisson Blu Resort Cam Ranh offers the perfect beachfront location for a tropical getaway on the white sands of Bai Dai Beach. Many of our guests prefer to stay close to their accommodations during the day, playing in the turquoise sea or lounging under an umbrella, before enjoying a night out in Nha Trang, only 30 kilometers away. Just off the coast, tiny Binh Hung Island offers a variety of things to do, such as swimming in secluded coves and sampling local seafood in a charming fishing village. If you can’t decide which of Cam Ranh’s attractions to visit, talk to our concierge for recommendations on local sightseeing tours.
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National Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam
11.04 mi / 17.77 km from the hotel
Set in a coastal park with a mangrove forest, the Oceanographic Museum explores marine life through themed exhibits and an aquarium featuring tropical fish, sharks, and sea turtles. Preserved specimens include humpback whale and dugong skeletons.
Vinh Hy-Binh Tien Pass
27.07 mi / 43.57 km from the hotel
Hop on a motorbike and take in stunning ocean, beach, and Nui Chua National Park views along Vietnam’s renowned scenic road, the Vinh Hy-Binh Tien Pass.
KN Golf Links
5.79 mi / 9.32 km from the hotel
Enjoy the courses, hit the driving range, relax at the clubhouse, or try out the on-site restaurants at this beautiful property located on Long Beach.
VinWonders Nha Trang
12.05 mi / 19.4 km from the hotel
Find thrills on roller coasters and rides, explore varied gardens, and enjoy shows and food at the six themed amusement parks at this complex on Hon Tre Island.
Cáp Treo - VinWonders Nha Trang Cable Car Station
10.68 mi / 17.19 km from the hotel
Get from mainland Nha Trang to Hon Tre Island via cable cars with spectacular views over Nha Trang Bay. VinWonders operates the 3,320-meter cable-car ride that provides round-trip service.
Bai Dai Beach
0.19 mi / 0.31 km from the hotel
This white-sand beach stretches for 15 kilometers along the east coast of Vietnam, facing the South China Sea. It’s a popular spot to sunbathe or swim, so pack your sunscreen and swimming suit.