Although small in size, the town of Mui Ne is home to a charming array of activities that can really enhance an overnight stay, a weekend break, or a week-long vacation. If you are looking for a resort in Mui Ne to host your stay, look no further than the Anantara Mui Ne. Its welcoming smiles and elegant interiors make it an idyllic Vietnam hotel to host your time here. Mui Ne is more than just a sleepy town on the Vietnamese coast; it offers travellers the opportunity to kick back, sip on a sweet coconut, and allow the cares of the world to simply melt away into the horizon. Or, if you’re the action-packed type and want to explore everything Mui Ne has to offer, rent a motorbike, which will give you complete access to the length and breadth of this city. Zip over to the shore around dawn and catch sight of the first catches of the day being hauled up by fishermen. Or browse through the charming knick-knacks on offer at the morning market in Mui Ne Village that stays open till about 10 in the morning. Water sports enthusiasts can try their hand at kite surfing. Nature lovers can hike over to the pristine surrounds of Fairy Spring and soak in the tranquility of this unique waterfall. For a more immersion communion with nature, Takou Mountain offers you a lush landscape with its natural reserve that will reveal more wonders than you could shake a stick at. For a dose of ancient history, take a drive over to the stunning Cham tower, which is all that is left of the splendid Champa kingdom that once held saw over the region. Phan Thiet Harbour is home to many fishing vessels laden with fresh catches that is then sold as is nearby, or turned into delicious fish Pho at the market. In sum, there’s a lot to do in Mui Ne; you just have to be creative about it!
Angela Fernando is an impassioned travel writer who composes pieces under the pen name Sumaira Narayan. She loves writing about new and exciting places around the world and intends to visit them all someday.