"Spectrum of the Seas," Asia's luxury cruise ship, arrived in Nha Trang, Vietnam with 4,600 tourists, boosting the travel industry during the low season.
As one of Asia's largest cruise ships, "Spectrum of the Seas" anchored outside Nha Trang Bay due to its size.
European, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Singaporean tourists disembarked onto smaller boats for a unique approach to the shoreline.
Tourists explored Nha Trang's attractions, including the Institute of Oceanography, Ponagar Tower, Truong Son Craft Village, and Long Son Pagoda.
After the memorable stay, "Spectrum of the Seas" set sail for Hong Kong, having previously visited Vung Tau in March.
Operated by Royal Caribbean International, the cruise ship offers 16 decks with more than 2,000 luxurious cabins, accommodating up to 5,600 passengers.
Vietnam welcomed 6.6 million foreign visitors, making significant progress towards its annual target of eight million tourists.
The visit of "Spectrum of the Seas" leaves lasting impressions and contributes to Vietnam's tourism industry's promising recovery.