Mới lạ và ý nghĩa…. Bạn sẽ sống thật, không phải ảo trong không gian 300 năm làng chài Khánh Thiện tức Mũi Né xưa, gặp gỡ những ông tổ nghề hàm hộ nước mắm trong phố cổ Phan Thiết, tập làm nước mắm, xách thử Tĩn nước mắm xưa chỉ có tại xóm lò tĩn, gánh và cào muối trên đồng muối trắng như tuyết, đi chợ quê làng chài với bàn tính, cân xưa…. và còn rất nhiều thú vị đang chờ bạn. Read More
The White Sand Dunes, or Bao Trang (White Lake) is the top attraction at Mui Ne, after the beach itself. The massive, saharan dunes lay 65 km NE of Phan Thiet. The dunes range from gold to pure white (red dunes may be found further south at Mui Ne village). A small stand of pine trees sit on the southern end of the dune lakes, offering a perfect spot for a picnic and afternoon nap.
Red Sand Dunes are fascinating geological phenomenon and an excellent place to get some exercise if you finally tire of the beautiful beaches.
The dunes, once the bane of developers in the area, are constantly shifting; the small patch of desert is actually growing! The large lake situated between the dunes is actually becoming filled in by sand, meaning that the most valuable water source in the area may disappear one day altogether.
About 18 km of North East Phan Thiet, visitors will meet an extremely romantic poetic place that is Suoi Tien (Fairy Stream). Suoi Tien is situated in a nice place, one side of Suoi Tien is white and red sand dunes intermixing together, another side are rows of shading coconut palms, lines of trees with luxuriant leaves. All of these things create a poetic and charming stream. Read More
Mui Ne Fishing Village is a great place to witness local life and enjoy fresh seafood during your holiday in Mui Ne.
Set at the northern end of Mui Ne Bay, this quaint village also offers a splendid view of an expansive coastline lined with swaying palm trees and colourful fishing boats moored on the water. We highly recommend making your way to the fishing harbour in the early morning that’s when the fishermen return from sea with their massive haul of live crabs, scallops, groupers, and Read More
Mui Ne has long been recognized as one the best locations in S.E. Asia for water sports but now you can explore the blue skies above with the help of Vietnam Balloons, Vietnam’s first hot air ballooning company.
Tomas Valiukas – co-founder of Vietnam Balloons said that he had traveled extensively across Vietnam over the past two years looking for the best places to operate finally decided that Mui Ne ticked all the boxes. He and his team of experienced professionals offer a range of flights depending on the wind direction that take in both the city of Phan Thiet and the
amazing white sand dunes and coastline of Mui Ne and the surrounding areas.
Mui Ne is relatively different to the other places in Vietnam. The weather in Mui Ne is dry all year since Binh Thuan province – where Mui Ne resides – is the driest region in South East Asia; and even in the rainy season, there seems to be very little rain in comparison to nearby places, like Nha Trang, Hoi An.
It will be an omission if we don’t consider Mui Ne as one of the most stunning beaches in Viet Nam. Mui Ne is located in Phan Thiet – the capital of Binh Thuan Province. It is a beautiful beach with many high-ranked coastal resorts, which can easily satisfy any traveler. Mui Ne attracts not only international but also domestic traveler with its gorgeous beach and many interesting activities. Besides that, Mui Ne is also famous for kite and wind surfing.
BTO – Mui Ne is no longer as rustic as those times now gone when you can find out luxury resorts, spa, shopping centers, restaurants along the coastline instead of the green coconut trees and layers of sand covering the main streets leading to the local fishing villages. Since the natural phenomenon “Solar eclipse” triggered in 1995, the location has made many facelifts and become “the Vietnam capital of resorts”.
The old cultural traits, landscapes and fishermen in fade loose-fitting blouse were captured by many Vietnamese and foreign photographers in 1971 and posted on the website “Panoramio.com” in the name “Good Ole Times”. Those amazing photos around Phan Thiet taken from the good old time helps young generations learn more about the indigenous history of Ham Tien – Mui Ne. Besides photos shooting nice moments of poor fishing villages in Ham Tien – Phan Thiet in 1971, the “Good Ole Times” has hundreds of photos capturing other areas surrounding Phan Thiet since 1960.
The southern central province of Binh Thuan is home to famous landscapes, such as the ancient tower Po Sha Inu, the Ong Hoang (Prince) Palace, the Ta Cu Mountain and the famous Mui Ne and Hon Rom beaches, which offer tourists fascinating travel options.
But another destination that you cannot miss is Van Thuy Tu – one of the oldest fishing villages in Southern Central Viet Nam. Van means “village” and Thuy Tu means “beautiful water”.
The pottery village of Cham people in Binh Duc hamlet (Phan Hiep commune, Bac Binh district, Binh Thuan province) is located about 70km to the North of Phan Thiet city. Here, tourists will have a chance to witness the traditional arts of making pottery, the steps of kneading clay, shaping terracotta pots and ovens.., which have been existed over hundreds of years. Read More