Why Mui Ne ?

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Mui Ne

Mui Ne is a vibrant and famous coastal town in southern Vietnam situating 208km (129 miles) from Saigon. This is an ideal beach destination for domestic travelers and some of western visitors interesting in beach leisure, kitesurfing and windsurfing. There are beach resorts in Mui Ne setting amid luxuriant gardens by the seas. Other experiences in Mui Ne are the sand dunes, the Mui Ne fishing village in the morning, Ta Cu Mountain of limestone peaks featuring lush green forest and far-fetching heavenly view of the ocean and surroundings.

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Mui Ne tours
Mui Ne beach stay 4 days

Mui Ne beach stay 4 days

Beach Leisure - 4 days 3 nights

369$
If you look for a Vietnam beach holiday, Mui Ne is among stunning destinations for beach getaway. Mui Ne, Ham Tien and Ke Ga are three most famous beaches in Phan Thiet. Mui Ne is a cape of isolated area with 10km pristine white sand beaches. It is sited around 8km from Ham Tien and 20km (12.5 miles) from Phan Thiet City. The best things to do in Mui Ne includes swimming as the water is calm and warm which is perfect for swimming. Also, there are lovely resorts with ocean front villas and sea view rooms for your pleasant stay. Plus, from Nov to Mar, the sunny weather and sea breeze here make it wonderful to kite and wind surf. Active adventures might try with RTV drive sand dunes in Mui Ne, go diving and so on. For your trip to Mui Ne, if prefer central located resorts, you might go with Ham Tien where is city center and busier with nice beach, ocean front resorts, restaurants and shops. The travellers could get around day and night when staying here. Ke Ga is a cape, on the other hand, located approximate 35km (22 miles) to the south-east of Phan Thiet. The visitors will able to marvel the crystal blue water, definite pristine beach and take an insight on rural life. Besides, the place is reminded with the Ke Ga light house – the oldest one in Vietnam built up in 1899, at 65m (213 feet). It is on an island and opened for public visit. There are low cost but less choice of accommodations than Mui Ne and Ham Tien areas.

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