Nha Trang with AirAsia
A couple of weeks ago I was invited by AirAsia to be on the inaugural flight to the beautiful coastal city of Nha Trang in Vietnam. The flight is the airlines 54th unique route and making it the first airline to fly to Nha Trang from Malaysia. My journey started from Sydney airport where I flew to Kuala Lumpur airport for a connecting flight to Nha Trang, Vietnam. Thanks to AirAsia’s Fly-Thru service I was able to fly there and back seamlessly without the hassle of going through customs and collecting my bags and checking it back in for my connecting flight. Instead, I was able to sit back and relax in the Air Asia Premium Red Lounge during my layover.
I was very excited to be back in Vietnam and explore more of the beautiful country that my parents are from. I don’t remember much from my first visit to Vietnam a few years ago as I was quite young so I was happy to be back again now that I am older.
The first couple of days of the trip the light was quite flat and dull. There was a storm in the north which meant it was very cloudy and overcast for most of the time so I didn’t photograph a whole lot or as much as I would have liked. We visited a few beautiful places such as Vinh Van Bay but the challenging conditions made it tough to capture the places and to be able to do it justice. Instead, I decided to put down the camera and experience the beauty of the places myself. You’ll just have to trust me that it was amazing! Thankfully on the final days of the trip, the weather cleared up and we got to experience a few amazing sunrises before returning back home.
Thank you again to AirAsia for getting me there and back safely and allowing me to share this beautiful destination with you all. Thanks also to Visit Nha Trang for making this trip possible. Even though it was a short trip, I really enjoyed it. I know I’ll be back again soon! I hope you like the images that I have captured from the trip. If you have any questions about the trip or places we visited, please leave them in the comments below.
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