Wayto Mui Ne

Travel Guides

To Phung Hiep, visitors will see thousands of small boats full of agricultural products from Western corners to form 1km long floating market. It's said to be a fruit-market of the Southern part and the market is cultural identity of the Mekong Delta.

History, Culture and Economy

Mui Ne means "sheltered peninsula," and indeed, is used as a seasonal harbor by local fisherman.This area was previous occupied by the Cham Kingdom, as testified to by the Cham Towers overlooking...

The Champa Kingdom: Cham History

The history of South East Asia is characterized by a number of autonomous, great Hindu Empires, located in Burma, Cambodia and Indonesia and Vietnam. The Khmer civilization known for its temples...

The Champa Kingdom: Cham Culture

The Cham people are descendants of the once great kingdom of Champa. Their present-day population of approximately 100,000 is centered around the city of Phan Rang, near the North Eastern border of...

Ganh Son

Ganh Son is actually the northern segment of Tien Thanh Beach, just outdide the city of Phan Thiet.

Khe Ga (Tien Thanh)

The island light house (about a 45 minute drive South West from Mui Ne) of Khe Ga is the tallest in Vietnam and was built by the French in 1897 (and it is still operating). Tien Thanh beach is the...

My Son Cham towers

The My Son Cham towers, a large and sophisticated temple structure, was built between the 4th and the 15th century and is the ideal destination for local and foreign tourists to discover the ancient...

Poshanu Towers

Poshanu Towers, 7 km to the North East of Phan Thiet City, are located on Ong Hoang (Mr. Heaven) Hill. Built by the Cham people in the late 8th century, this group of towers worships the Shiva...

Red Hill

Doi Hong (Red Hill), near Mui Ne sand dunes, is in Mui Ne Precinct, Phan Tiet City. It is a natural landscape consisting of several red-soil hill of strange different shapes due to long-time erosion.

Mui Ne Tours

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Mui Ne Beach Break

Muine Beach Break

4 days ~$165.00