Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.
Mui Ne was a small fishing village sparsely inhabited along the peaceful and quiet coast. It is described by the locals as the beach that is nestled in the middle of a coconut palm forest. Here you find no house number, no street name but a narrow road covered with beautiful white sand that cushions each footstep. Surrounded by thousands of lush green coconut palms, this coastal hideaway is exceptionally stunning with a deep blue ocean viewed on one side and vast golden sand dunes on the other. Mui Ne enjoys a unique combination of two lifestyles, coastal and desert. Nowadays it’s full of luxury resorts, hotels, restaurants, beach bars, shops and everything else required for a perfect holiday.
In the morning, the sand dunes are not heated so you can comfortably walk barefoot on the sand and watch the beauty of the sea at dawn.
Then, take a stroll along the beach during sunrise, and you’ll witness the magic firsthand as fishermen drag their boats on shore filled with their daily catch. The seamen’s wives are waiting for their arrival, and help sort the goods, selecting only the absolute best fish and shellfish to bring to market. Even children get in on the action, helping their parents sell the seafood.
Mui Ne is known for beautiful white sand beaches, stunning sand dunes (red and white), The Fairy Stream, Po Shanu Cham Towers, etc.
Besides, it’s worth mentioning that Mui Ne is the largest kitesurfing paradise in Vietnam and the best place just for relaxing, swimming, sunbathing around the year. Perfect your kitesurfing skills on your next holiday in Mui Ne and bring your wave riding thrills to the next level.
Mui Ne also gained a reputation for its cuisine, especially seafood specialties, and for its trademark fish sauce.
Arriving and exploring Phan Thiet once is not enough because there are many other interesting things too. That’s why I loved this land so much.