Mui Ne Overview

Mui Ne is one of the best beaches in Vietnam and that is perfect for your Vietnam Holiday Packages. With the long white sandy coastal line, crystal-like water, long lines of green coconut trees, strong sea breezes, the 12-kilometre long sweeping bay of Mui Ne is outstanding among a lot of popular beach destinations in the Southern Vietnam, which is home to the best of resorts drawing attention of not only Vietnamese but also foreign travelers stretching along the 3,400 km of coastline in Vietnam. 

What to see and what to do in Mui Ne?

This watersports mecca, most notably for kite surfing, is an attractive option for those who want to jump into a beach holiday to get escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. 

Compared to Boracay in the Philippines as the kite surfing capital of Southeast Asia, Mui Ne offers the best kitesurfing experience in Vietnam. Inexperienced backpackers can get lessons before doing it by themselves. 

Sailing, surfing, and windsurfing are other water sports to take part in. An exceptional regional phenomenon created by the high winds rushing to and from the ocean, Mui Ne’s sand dunes: one red and the other white are places to visit to take gorgeous snapshots and enjoy an array of activities. 

If thrilling sports are not your things, just be happy to swim and sunbathe! Mui Ne beach, Ca Na beach, Hon Rom beach are some beaches to go for the fascinating experience. 

Apart from the nature with stunning and postcard-like landscape with turquoise sea water and shimmering beaches like a gift from God, Mui Ne is also famous for its historical and cultural relics influenced by the diversity of ethnic group’s culture such as Kinh, Cham and Chinese, Fairy Stream, which offers so many photo opportunities thanks to its breathtaking landscape of different colors. 

What to eat and drink in Mui Ne?

From the really gorgeous sights, you can try diverse mouthwatering seafood dishes. From luxury to popular dishes, meet the demands of all kinds of customers, are also the pride of Mui Ne residents. 

The highlights of Mui Ne cuisine are Vietnamese Clear Shrimp Pork Dumpling, fish cake noodle soup (Banh Canh Cha Ca); duck Hu Tieu (Hu Tieu Vit – a kind of noodle soup), Rolled Grilled fish; raw fish salad (Goi Ca); Quang noodle (Mi Quang), baked rice paper, (Banh Trang Nuong), pancake (Banh Xeo ), Shrimp paste rice paper, Banh can (Mini-pancakes), etc. 

When to visit Mui Ne?

If you do not want to see Mui Ne in rain, it is wise to avoid the months between May and November, when this hotspot can experience heavy showers.  

However, in general, with the temperatures pretty good all year round, Mui Ne always warmly welcomes you.

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