Cam Ranh is a city in southern Khánh Hòa Province, in the South Central Coast region of Vietnam.
The Vietnamese government has invested significantly in developing the infrastructure of Cam Ranh, including transportation, tourism facilities, and other amenities.
Cam Ranh is the second-largest city in the province, after Nha Trang. The bay’s strategic location has made it historically important for military and naval purposes.
Cam Ranh covered an area of 316 km².
The estimated population of Cam Ranh is 130,814, as of 2020.
Cam Ranh Airport was built by the United States Navy during the Vietnam War and operated by the United States Air Force for military purposes as Cam Ranh Air Base.
The geographic coordinates of Cam Ranh: 11°54′49″N 109°8′13″E
Cam Ranh has a tropical savanna climate (Köppen climate classification: As).
Cam Ranh is home to the Cam Ranh International Airport, which serves as one of the major gateways to the coastal region and the popular tourist destination, Nha Trang.
Cam Ranh is becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination due to its beautiful beaches, clear waters, and scenic landscapes. Many luxury resorts and hotels have been developed in the area to cater to tourists.