SALANGANES ISLAND NHA TRANG
Hon Noi Island Nha Trang is another name for Yen Island Nha Trang (Salanganes Island Nha Trang). Due to its distinctive twin beaches, Nha Trang is well-known throughout the world for its beauty. On either side of the same white sand beach are two clean beaches. It's a wonderful view from the summit of the adjacent Du Ha mountain if you climb and view from the top.
Yen Island Nha Trang (part of Hon Noi Island) is a group of islands located in Nha Trang Bay. If you go by large boat, it takes around 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach the island, and by canoe, it will be shorter. Many bird'nest live on and around the Yen Island - Hon Noi Island, which is also the greatest storage of Salanganes'Nest in Vietnam nowadays.
According to documents found in Khanh Hoa province, Admiral Tran Le Van Dat and his navy were stranded on Hon Tre Island in 1328 while sailing to the South (Vinpearl Nha Trang nowadays). So after finding out about the Bird'Nest Islands by chance, the man chose to stay there and take care of the island. To preserve and utilize the priceless resources, he created an army of his own. A new profession called Salanganes'Nest was formed as a result of this, called him as a stem of salanganes industry.
Similar to Nha Trang, the weather on Yen Island is hot and humid. There are only two types of seasons: dry and rainy. The most popular months are October and December. More rain and wind are blowing, and the sun is shining brighter than ever before. The sky is clear and blue (from March to September, and in October, depending on the specific weather).
Twin Beach at Hon Yen Island Nha Trang:
Hon Yen island's unique twin beach is always a topic of discussion. Assuming that it is a white sand strip that divides the river into two banks as viewed from above, sand and coral with low tidal are responsible for the path's formation. This road divides the sea into two beaches.
On the island Yen Hon Noi, you'll cross bamboo and wood bridges with railings that are about two persons wide, create a zigzag around the cliffs, to get to other cliffs. These bridges are meant to be sturdy and safe for both tourists and photographers.
For the first time, you will be able to see the swiftlet eggs in their nests, which are stuck to the cliff. These nests have a unique dome form, along with their behaviors and nesting techniques. Because they are exposed to the sky, these caverns are ideal for travelers to explore and snap photos.