Nha Trang University

Nha Trang University is a university in Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province, in Vietnam's South Central Coast. This a multidisciplinary university with 23 specialities from vocational training to doctor’s degree.

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... Reunification Express stops at Da Nang Railway Station, Dieu Tri Railway Station, and Nha Trang Railway Station ... all major cities of the region to the rest of the country (Quy Nhon and Nha Trang by extension 1D and 1C) ... The region's second international airport at Cam Ranh (serving Nha Trang has only seasonal international flights ...
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Crown Convention Center
... Crown Convention Center is an indoor arena in Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa, Vietnam ... The Diamond Bay or the Nha Trang Tourism and Entertainment Area is 14 km away from the centre of the Nha Trang city ...

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