At 4 a.m., we arrived in Nha Trang. After finding the hotel, we were told to wait until 12 noon to check in.
It’s not far from Nha Trang Beach, so we’re going to the beach to watch the sunrise. The beach was empty at night, except for music that came from somewhere, and only the sound of the waves beating the beach.
At first, there were one or two people running in the seaside, and then more and more people. Street lights went out, Nha Trang ushered in a new day.
After breakfast, we took a taxi to visit the aquarium, tickets are cheap, less than $2. Nha Trang Aquarium is not small in size, which is the National Maritime Museum of Vietnam.
Colorful tropical fish, play in the water, catch up with each other. These little fish look at you, and this is enough to make you stay here for a long time.
When we got to the front of a tank of clown fish, the local children exclaimed Nemo, Nemo, as excited as they were to meet their playmates.On closer inspection, the clown fish in the Finding Nemo, looks exactly like them.
There was a clown fish dazed in the coral bushes, motionless.
A fish swims to the top of the tank, where there are many bubbles.
There are a few fish pretending to circle the coral around, from time to time secretly look at you, and then quickly run away.