Mui Ne Beach

Located in Mui Ne Ward, 24 km away from the centre of Phan Thiet city to the North East, Mui Ne, a group of beaches with a gracefully seductive sea cape, has been one of the most popular tourist attractions in Binh Thuan province.

The name Mui Ne means  'sheltered peninsula'.  It was invested seriously 15 years ago with 15km strip of resorts line up along the beaches shaped by coconut palms.

Thanks to the endowment of nature with the shallow and slopped beaches, the blue and clean water, nice sun rarely behind the clouds and cliffs battered by the waves of the sea, sometime Mui Ne is considered Hawaii of Vietnam. The beaches are fantastic with activities such as surfing and kitesufring . But the most attractive scenery at Mui Ne is moving lines of golden sand , local people call as “Doi Cat” or “Sand Dunes”. The sand is always moving because of the wind and looks like moving waves from afar that’s why the dunes never looks the same, the scenery is more fascinating at Dawn. Mui Ne is really a good ideal for those who are interested in photography.

There are also many interesting sites at Mui Ne such as Po Sha Inu tower, the ancient Cham building that was built in the 8th century, some workshops making fish sauce. Mui Ne market and fishing harbor  is also a good chance to discover daily life of local fisherman. Or fairy stream is a small waterfall into at most waist-deep, wonderful stop for relaxing and bathing…

Mui Ne is such a nice town with beautiful scenery and a unique climate which is dry all year. Every year, Mui Ne attracts a lot of  foreign tourists and Vietnamese people come to relax.