Top 8 Things To Do In Phan Thiet and Mui Ne

Mui Ne Dunes, Mui Ne, Vietnam. Credit Remi Yuan on Unsplash

Mui Ne Beach

15km of wonderful beach stretching from the tradional fishing village of Mui Ne in the north to the watersports haven in the south.

Mui Ne Beach, Vietnam. Credit Lena Kudryavtseva on Unsplash
Red Sand Dunes, Phan Thiet. Credit Karl JK Hedin on Unsplash

Red Sand Dunes

3km north of Mui Ne are the stunning red sand dunes popular with sand surfers, dune buggies and quad bikes.

From the peaks you will also be rewarded with stunning sunsets over the ocean.

White Sand Dunes

Incredible white sand dunes with a small, lotus flowered fringed lagoon at the bottom.

Also popular for sand surfing and dune buggies.

Phan Tiet, Vietnam. Credit Anton Shuvalov on Unsplash
Mui Ne Fishing Village, Vietnam. Credit Bethany Zwag onUnsplash

Mui Ne Fishing Village

The traditional fishing village continues alongside tourism. Visit in the morning to witness fisherman sorting their catch. Then visit the local restaurants later in the day to sample the fresh catch.

Po Shanu Cham Towers

Constructed during the Champa Kingdom the three towers are dedicated to Lord Shiva, Agni and Nandi.

Standing on top of Ong Hoang Hil the area also provides excellent views over Phan Thiet.

Po Shanu Cham Towers, Phan Thiet, Vietnam. CreditErwin Verbruggen from Amsterdam, The Netherlands / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)
reclinging Buddha at Linh Son Truong Tho, Phan Tiet, Vietnam. Credit Prince Roy on flickr

Ta Cu Mountain

An hours drive from Nui Ne is Ta Cu Mountain with incredible rainforests, limestone caves and wildlife plus the unexpected surprise of Linh Son Truong Tho Pagoda sitting on top of the mountain. The pagoda is reached either by a two hike through the forest or an incredible cable car ride which provides stunning views.

Phan Tiet Market

Best to get up early to visit the Central Market in Phan Tiet where crowds of locals shop for an incredible range of fresh food. An excellent place to visit for some authentic street food.

Phan Tiet, Vietnam. Credit Ameya Sawant on Unsplash
Fairy Streat, Phan Tiet, Vietnam. Credit Rhys Drury on Unsplash

Fairy Stream

Take off your shoes and wade up this stream surrounded by incredible limestone formations and changing colours.

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