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  • First Time to Mui Ne: Where Should I Stay?

    Where Should I Book My Hotel in Mui Ne?

    If you’re a first-time visitor to Mui Ne, it’s important to know where to stay and which hotel that best suits your budget and preference.

    Planning a trip to Mui Ne for the first time can be a daunting task, especially in terms of which area and hotel to book. As with any foreign destination, doing so without proper research can lead to unnecessary travel expenses and hassles. The capital of Binh Thuan Province, Phan Thiet hosts plenty of inexpensive hotels and resorts, most of which are set along Mui Ne Beach. This coastal town remains relatively traditional despite its rising popularity as a tourist destination, where you can find traditional fishing villages, outdoor markets, pagodas and temples, as well as the spectacular red and white sand dunes.
    The beaches are ideal for a wide range of activities, including surfing, snorkelling, and sunbathing while resort-owned lounges, bars and bistros serve authentic Vietnamese and Asian fare as well as seafood from the East Sea. To help you decide where to stay in Mui Ne, we’ve compiled a quick rundown of its city centre and surrounding beaches, as well as the pros and cons of each locale.

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    1. Pandanus Resort 4.3/ 5
    2. Muine Bay Resort 4.1/ 5
    3. The Sailing Bay Beach Resort 3.3/ 5
    4. Full Moon Village 4.8/ 5
    5. Saigon Emerald Resort 4.0/ 5
    6. Nam Chau Resort 3.1/ 5
    7. Nang Hon Rom Resort 3.4/ 5
    8. Bach Duong Hotel 2.9/ 5
    9. Mui Ne Village Resort 3.8/ 5

Mui Ne Beach : How to decide

Phan Thiet’s most popular coastal resort town, Mui Ne Beach spans 15 kilometres of sandy beaches where travellers can enjoy a wide range water sports during their holiday. The northern part is home to a traditional fishing village while the southern end hosts beach resorts and hotels, retail and souvenir outlets, as well as ample dining and nightlife venues. Iconic attractions such as Fairy Stream, the Red and White Sand Dunes, and Mui Ne Fishing Village are easily accessible via taxi or motorcycle. Mui Ne Beach is the premier destination in Southeast Asia for kitesurfing.  

Who is it For:

  • People looking to stay close to the beach
  • Travellers who enjoy a busy nightlife scene
  • Kitesurfers

What's Good:

  • Hotels cater to a wide range of budget and preference
  • Beachfront restaurants serving authentic Asian fare, regional specialities and seafood
  • Close proximity to natural attractions in Mui Ne

What's Not So Good:

  • The beach gets packed with locals during weekends and holidays

Phan Thiet City Centre : How to decide

Phan Thiet City Centre is within a 30-minute drive from prominent landmarks such as Po Shanu Cham Towers, Van Thy Tu Temples, Sand Dunes of Mui Ne, and Mui Ne Beach. Great for experiencing the local lifestyle, travellers can also enjoy inexpensive regional cuisine and fresh seafood at Phan Thiet Central Market. While hotels are relatively affordable in Phan Thiet City Centre, though its nightlife scene is tame compared to other locales such as Mui Ne Beach.

Who is it For:

  • People who want an authentic Vietnamese experience
  • People looking for a quiet nightlife scene

What's Good:

  • Hotels cater to a wide range of budgets and preferences
  • Lots of local restaurants and food stalls offering cheap eats

What's Not So Good:

  • Far from Mui Ne, Tien Thanh, and Ham Tien Beach
  • Tame nightlife scene

Tien Thanh Beach & Ke Ga

Tien Thanh Beach is one of Mui Ne’s most secluded beach areas, featuring several beachfront resorts with affordably-priced room rates as well as onsite facilities and dining options. While this is a good place to stay if you’re on a tight budget, the beach offers very little sightseeing opportunities apart from Tà Cú Mountain and Ke Ga Lighthouse. There’s also a fishing village where you can experience the local lifestyle and enjoy fresh seafood dishes.

Who is it For:

  • Budget travellers looking to stay close to the beach
  • People who want to enjoy a quiet holiday

What's Good:

  • Inexpensive beach resorts with onsite spas, bars, and restaurants
  • One of the most secluded and peaceful beaches in Mui Ne

What's Not So Good:

  • Very far from Phan Thiet City Centre
  • Limited sightseeing opportunities
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