Mui Ne is a 15 km long sweeping bay that is blessed with long spells of sunshine and plenty of charming beachfront resorts. Located in Southern Vietnam, this once sleepy fishing town has been transformed into a popular tourist destination, most notably for its beaches and kite surfing. Plus, there are plenty of historical structures, verdant mountains and unique natural formations to discover on a tour of Mui Ne. With Ho Chi Minh City just 4-hours away, Mui Ne is a perfect place for visitors to add a beach holiday to their stay in Vietnam.
The majority of the lodgings, bars and restaurants are likely to be located on the tourist-friendly Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, which is a single long road that is easily navigable and has an enjoyable and laid-back atmosphere. A walk along this street on the Vietnam family tour is perfect for planning your day trip with plenty of travel agencies, ice-cream dates, nail pampering sessions, massages and much more.
The accommodation in Mui Ne is great value, but the traveller interested in the beachfront place, a bigger budget is usually necessary. The best places to stay include the high-end resorts and hotels, while the guesthouse are budget-friendly, but rarely on the beach – although most are only a minute or two away.
For travellers planning the tours of Vietnam in the off-season (traditionally from May to October) it is not always necessary to book accommodate in advance, with many different resorts and hotels in the local area.
Mui Ne has a truly peaceful and beautiful beach that is great for simply running in the shallow waves, yoga, or soaking up the atmosphere. The beach has a great kite surfing vibe with plenty of opportunity for tourists to try out kite surfing or windsurfing with lessons available all along the beach. Other sporting activities include kayaking, sailing and jet skiing. However, it is still a great place to rest up after a day of visiting the sights.
Mui Ne has plenty of good restaurants, cafes and music bars to provide great variety to easily please travellers staying in town for a 2-3 day trip. Many places serve up inexpensive, delicious local dishes and seafood. Seafood is a specialty in many of the dining establishments and favoured by tourists with choices like crab, fish, squid, scallops, clams and lobster. A further great choice is the pop-up BBQ seafood restaurants that are a common sight in the evenings.
Join a group tour by jeep to experience a fun sightseeing adventure that is filled with interesting places to visit on the Vietnam travel packages, such as the Fairy Spring, Red sand dunes, White sand dunes (Lotus Lake) and Fishing Village. Half-day tours cost in the region of $20 per person. The scenery while travelling to the different locations is a visual delight and changes from sand dunes to rocky terrain to forests. Plus, there are plenty of opportunities to stop and take the photographic memories with the Fairy Stream an extremely breathtaking and photogenic destination.