Location: Ham Tien Ward, Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan Province, about 220km from Ho Chi Minh City centre.
Characteristics: It is a fishing village as well as an attractive tourist site in Binh Thuan Province.
From Ho Chi Minh City, taking National Highway No.1A for 198km to Phan Thiet City and then taking Route 706 for another 22km, tourists will reach Mui Ne Beach.
Mui Ne has long been considered the "Hawaii" of Vietnam. Its features are immense sand dunes meandering through kilometers of red, yellow and white, shady roads under coconut trees, beautiful rows of palm trees and cliffs battered by the waves of the sea. The beach is shallow and sloped, the water is clean and blue and the sun rarely hides behind clouds. The typical scenery of Mui Ne lies in the moving lines of golden sand caused by the wind and when they are seen from afar they look like moving waves. The scenery looks more fascinating at dawn, when young Cham girls in green dresses go to work. That's why no photographer fails to visit this area.
Mui Ne is an ideal place for rest and relaxation. Mui Ne has known as "resort capital" of Vietnam with many resorts along the seacoast. Tourists can swim in the blue water of the sea, slip on the sand dunes, relax in swimming pool of resorts or kiteboard and windsurf. The beach has the best conditions for water sports because it has strongest and most consistent cross-onshore winds in Asia and the lowest rainfall in Vietnam. There are currently about a dozen kiteboarding centers in Mui Ne and the competition is fierce. In addition, tourists can go shopping at the Mui Ne Market for types of fresh sea-food and local specialties.
Mui Ne's surroundings has some beautiful sceneries such as Suoi Tien (Fairy Spring) - deep and red canyons parted by twisting streams and echoed by the sounds of tropical birds; Ong Hoang Building and Poshanu Cham Tower Complex.