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Top things to do in Mui Ne – A Beach Lovers Paradise

A beautiful beach strip with bright white sand, shady coconut tree's that sway with the wind and delicious food that will make your mouth water are some of the attraction Mui Ne has to offer.

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Visit the sand dunes

The Yellow sand dunes of Mui Ne, which are also known as the "Sahara of Vietnam" is a scenic dune that has colourful sand since they are made up of iron ore and yellow sand. The shape of dunes can't be described as they are constantly changing because of varying wind patterns that the area experiences. While you're visiting the here, sandboarding down the magnificent yellow sanded dunes is something you should definitely try out!

2

Fairy stream

Tourists and most locals call this area "the Fairy Land". Fairy Stream is a small stream located near the breath-taking Hon Rom beach which also serves as a hiking trail for nature lovers. Fairy stream trickles down between the magnificent valley of sand dunes and a natural hill of stalagmites in white and red. Due to denudation around the regions, the stalagmites are sculpted into magnificent natural pieces of art that don't fit into the classical definition of beauty.

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Hon Rom Beach

Hon Rom means island of straw when translated into English and was given its name because the mountain that overlooks the beach looks like a big straw when viewed from a distance. The beach is truly one of Mother Nature's most precious gifts to us which is visually stunning and its biggest attractions are weirdly beautiful statues that are located on the opposite side of the beach. The mountains that overlook the beach are entirely engulfed in the grass that starts yellow at the start of the monsoon period but turns a bright green as the season progresses.

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Poshanu Cham Temple

The Poshanu Cham temple which is also known as Po Sah Inu is one of the only temples remaining from the old Kingdom of Champa. Located close to Anantara Mui Ne Resort, one of the many Mui Ne resort properties that tourist can choose from, the Poshanu Cham temple is a great example of the art sophistication of the Cham people.

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Beach sports

The coastal strip of Mui Ne offers many beach sports that water sports enthusiast will enjoy such as surfboarding and Jet skiing but Mui Ne is best known as one of the best locations in the country for Wind and kite surfing; the wind patterns and the low rainfall are ideal for any wind-related water sports activities. If you've never tried Kite or windsurfing why not try it out? The beach strip is scattered with places that give lessons for novices and pros.

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Snorkelling

The clear blue waters and well-preserved coral reefs at the Ca Na beach, which is located in close proximity to Mui Ne, is a paradise for divers and snorkellers. The under Waterworld is home to a wide variety of sea life which will definitely delight its visitors. The best time to go snorkelling is from May-August when the sea is calm from September-November the country is known to experience typhoons and is best to avoid getting into the sea during these times.