Mui Ne Travel Guide

Kite surfing in Mui Ne bay

Mui Ne is along a 22 km stretch of white sands from Phan Thiet to a fishing village at the tip of the Mui Ne peninsula and 220km away from Ho Chi Minh City. It is a popular destination worldwide thanks to lovely scenery of swaying palm trees, clean and blue sea as well as the amazing enormous Sand Hill. Like a gift from nature, Mui Ne with sea breeze and swingy coconut trees is the favorite stop for domestic and international tourist. The romantic landscape here is for those who enjoy their sweet honeymoons, for families and friends to stay away from the busy city life.

What to do?
Popular activities in Mui Ne include relaxing on the beach, golfing at the Ocean Dunes Golf Club, a top-notch 18-hole golf course designed by Nick Faldo and visiting the spectacular sand dunes of Hon Rom or exploring Cham architecture.

Other interesting water sport available are kitesurfing and windsurfing, with the best wind from November to April, and is also one of the few destinations in Vietnam for surfing, with waves from August to December.

When to go?
Mui Ne sees only about half the rainfall of nearby Phan Thiet. The wet season (June to September), rains tend to be fairly light and sporadic. The waves are best from August to December, and the wind is best from late October to late April; so never really a bad time to go.

Travel Tips:
Mui Ne is small enough to get around on foot or you can rent a bicycle from most hotels.