Being the most famous coastal resort town of Phan Thiet city, Mui Ne Ne proudly owns 15km long sandy beaches. The town itself is tranquil but still offers tourism activities. In fact, there are many people around the word who come to Mui Ne beach for surfing, kayaking, kitesurfing, or just swimming.
Mui Ne Beach
Fortunately, Mui Ne Beach is ideal for beach activities. When travelers often come to Mui Ne during November to March, Mui Ne welcomes them with clear sky, and strong winds for surfing. They offer many kitesurfing classes on the beach to assist travelers with short courses and equipment rentals.
Coming to Mui Ne, travelers get the chance to experience daily lives of the locals at the traditional fishing village, which is located at the northern end of Mui Ne Bay. Mui Ne people rely onn fishing for living. They supply plenty of marine seafood like crabs, stingrays, scallops, and groupers.
This is definitely a good chance for you to enjoy some fresh seafood dishes offered from many restaurants. To serve tourists, the locals has expanded their jobs to hospitality, souvenir shop, or mini-bar, which still keep its authenticity of fisherman ship. You will find diverse range of restaurants located on the beach. They serve wide range of food from authentic Asian fare, fresh cooked seafood, to Western dishes, which can still satisfy your appetite while missing home or craving for new tastes.
Night life in Mui Ne is relaxed but still fun with many hotel bars, hippy lounges, mini-bar on the beaches, and late-night restaurants. Travelers often come at these places to enjoy cultural nights with friends from all over the world, bonfires, dancing performance, and vibrant parties.
If you are staying in Saigon right now, planning a 2-day trip to Mui Ne beach might be a fun and enjoyable choice, especially for the active travelers.