Destination for everyone who loves the sea!

01, Cau Da

Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa, VN

+84 258 3590 036

+84 258 3590 037

Mon - Sun: 6:00 - 18:00

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Specimen exhibition

More than 20 000 specimens are preserved and exhibited in the museum

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Welcome to The Museum

Coming to the Museum of Oceanography, the tourists will visit the aquarium system arranged in a space of 5.000m2 including the marine aquariums regularly nurturing more than 300 typical and valuable marine species (sea turtles, sharks, rayfish, eels, groupers, corals live with marine ornament fishes, lobsters,…); The tourists will visit the diverse display area where the marine life specimens – the largest source of marine heritage in Vietnam today are displayed and preserved. A large and precious collection of marine organisms is preserved and conserved with about 23.000 samples belonging to 5.000 species (including the groups: marine flora, sponge, coelenterata, mollusc, crustacean, echinoderm, fish, reptile, marine mammal). A set of marine life samples includes species existing in Vietnamese sea and adjacent waters. Beside the valuable scientific samples, the Museum also preserves many rare specimens such as sturgeon (Acipenser sinensis), king crab (Paralithoides sp.), sharptail mola (Masturus lanceolatus), giant clam (Tridacna gigas) with the weight of 145 kg, giant flying cuttlefish (Thysanoteuthis rhombus), whale (Pseudorca crassidens), seal (Phoca larga)…

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THE MUSEUM OF OCEANOGRAPHY DIAGRAM

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Guide fees

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VNĐ 60.000
/time
  • Parking fee
    Motor-bike : 4 000 VND/motor.
    Under 7 seater car: 15 000 VND/Car
    From 7 seater car: 20 000 VND/Car
Entrance Fees
(VND/Person)
VNĐ 40.000
/Person
  • Student: 20 000 VND/person
  • Pupils: 10 000 VND/person
  • Children under 6 years old: Free
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