Phan Thiet Things to Do

  • Mui Ne: Walking towards sunset on red sand dunes
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    Visit the red canyon

    by Gili_S Updated Oct 30, 2010

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    Further more after the Red Dunes you should continue to this beautiful red canyon. Just stop by the main road and take a stroll down the canyon. Take some water with you if you plan to take a long walk.

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    The beach resort of Mui Ne

    by Gili_S Written Oct 30, 2010

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    You probably knows that already, if you came all the way here you probably here for the great sea and beaches. The beach resort of Mui Ne is between Phan Thiet and the village of Mui Ne. There are all the tourists hotels and resorts with the beautiful sandy beaches.

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    Natural Foot reflexology

    by chengcheng Updated Jul 11, 2009

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    1. Rocks underneath, sand sweeping around your feet, water passing through your legs...
    what an experience in such a natural environment.

    2. Guarantee you will sleep very well that day

    3. Not only that, as you walk along the Fairy Stream, you dont know what's in front of you where there are beautiful scenes of the different red and white rock formation on the left awaiting you to pass them and on the right, they are all greeneries... it is so contrasting to the left.

    4. Fresh water crabs in the stream finding their way back home.

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    Watching Sunset from White Sand Dune

    by chengcheng Updated Jul 11, 2009

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    1. Can you imagine yourself watching the sun goes up and down over the desert?
    you can choose from either one. The RED and the other WHITE.

    2. Must compare at least 3 companes for land packages 0f 5 hrs @US$16 inclusive Jeep + driver before you get the best offer.

    3. Land package : White and red sand dune, Little Red Canyon, Fishing Village, Fairy Stream.

    4. Come and enjoy and relax at Mui Ne. Best time to go Nov to April (dry season).

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    The Red Sand Dunes of Mui Ne

    by iblatt Written Dec 7, 2008

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    Mui Ne: Walking towards sunset on red sand dunes
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    Although we are coming from a land which does not lack sand and sand dunes (Israel), we did enjoy the red sand dunes of Mui Ne.
    The sand dunes are easily accessible on foot from a point on the main road. You can reach this departure point by public bus, xe om (motorbike taxi) or regular taxi; there is no need for a 4WD vehicle.
    Try to time your visit towards sunset, it's very pretty then. Part of the scene is also the columns of visitors (locals and tourists alike) trudging along the dunes like columns of ants, with long shadows under the setting sun. You can watch the video I uploaded (Phan Thiet page). I'll upload some photos as well later today.
    If you want solitude, don't come at sunset but at sunrise: it's supposed to be very pretty, with the sun rising over the South China Sea, and with hardly any tourists then!

    Related to:
    • Backpacking
    • Study Abroad
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons

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    Fairy Stream

    by kenningst Updated Aug 25, 2008

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    We only came to this place because we were partially bored and it was not very far from where we stayed. With a tiny stream and also some nice colored sand and rocks at the side, it is a nice place for pictures.

    Beware of kids coming to you voluntarily to become your guide and explaning things to you. We had kid stick to us like glue while we were just walking around only to find out that he is asking for money. Try to brush them off if you are not interested at the beginning.

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    Yellow Sanddunes

    by kenningst Updated Aug 25, 2008

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    One of the highlights of Mui Ne, upon arrival you will be swarmed by kids and touts asking you to rent their body boards to slide down the sand dunes. I remember them asking for a couple of US dollars, not much but if you really want to try, its a small price to pay. A nice place for pictures as well...

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    White Sanddunes

    by kenningst Updated Jun 9, 2008

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    Same with red sanddunes, the white sanddunes is quite a distance away from the Mui Ne beach area and the sand are light brown/white in color. Do this only if you have time. If not, visiting the red sand dunes will suffice.

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    Check out the fishing site

    by Starsa Written Apr 3, 2008

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    We went on a town tour with a guy named Mr. Binh. He took us several places, but the first place we stopped at was a fishing site on the beach. There were lots of fish, shrimp and many boats...women collecting them to take to market and kids of the back of wagon pulled by yaks.

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    Plastic sleds!

    by XRSIST Updated Mar 15, 2007

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    While it might not sound like fun, it's quite a thrill especially when your headed directly for water at the bottom! Everyone here has recommended it, it's quite a scene with sand dunes as far as the eye can see while you look behind you and there is large lake with water! Just remember to bring a bottle of water with you, as hiking uphill through sand is extremely tiring!

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    VISIT "ELYSIUM"

    by NeverGrowOld Written Sep 10, 2006

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    Have you ever been in elysium? There's 1 place in Mui Ne like that in Mui Ne-Phan Thiet, RED SAND CANYON. Let's go there and discover yourselves, ok? Just rent a jeep with about US$20/half day and tell the driver that Red Sand Canyon is one of the places you want him to take you to. Or simply rent a bicyle/motobike and ...go :)

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    Cañones-Canyon

    by elpariente Written Feb 6, 2006

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    A pocos kilómetros de Mui Ne , se puede ir en moto(taxi), a visitar unos cañones de tierra y rocas que tiene unas formas muy interesantes

    Few Kms. from Mui Ne , you may go by moto (taxi), to visit a canyon of sand and rocks that have very interesting forms

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    Playas-Beaches

    by elpariente Written Feb 6, 2006

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    Las playas son de arena clara ,fina y tienen agua caliente, perfectas para pasar allí unos días de descanso

    The beaches have soft and clear sand and the water is warm ideal to spend there some days relaxing

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    Trineo en las dunas-Sledge in the dunes

    by elpariente Written Feb 2, 2006

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    En la zona de Mui Ne hay unas dunas impresionantes con un colorido y unas vistas que hay que verlas especialmente a la salida y la puesta del sol
    Cuando llegas a las dunas , te asaltan los niños que quieren hacerte de guías con sus trineos bajo el brazo y despues de elegir a los que te van a acompañar te vas a dar un paseo por las dunas y a deslizarte en los trineos

    In Mui Nearea there are some impressive dunes with a colur and viewsthat you must see them, spetially at down and sunset
    When you reach the dunes you are assaulted by children that want to be tour guides with their sand sledge under their arm and after choosig those that will acompany you you go to walk in the dunes and to slide on the sand

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    Pueblo de pescadores-Fishermen village

    by elpariente Written Feb 2, 2006

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    Mui Ne pueblo de pescadores
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    En esta zona hay mucha pesca y se puede visitar un pueblo de pescadores en el que se ven cientos de barcos de pesca amarrados.
    La perspectiva desde la carretera es impresionante

    On this area there are lot of fishing and tou may visit a fishermen village where you may see hundreds of fishing boats
    The view from the road is impressive

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