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Top Attractions In Mui Ne – Popular Coastal Resort

The coastal town of Mui Ne in Vietnam is very popular amongst sun worshipers and those out to rejuvenate mind body and soul. A hub for kite surfing, Mui Ne offers a range of experiences and allures. Read on to discover the best, listed here are top attractions in Mui Ne.

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Visit The White Sand Dunes In Mui Ne

Be amazed at the stunning views from the white dunes. The area is so named for the large hills of sand overlooking the Bau Trang Lake. One of the most popular attractions in Vietnam, the White Sand Dunes are most famous for quad biking. You can rent the bikes onsite at the dunes. The place is a lovely location for Instagrammers to capture some worthy photos. Make sure to get there by early morning or late evening to avoid the heat. However, there is a line of pine trees for one to chill in the shade, and food kiosks offering drinks and a bite to make the most of your day out in the sun. To be close to the best things to do in Mui Ne book your accommodation at a central hotel, popular hotels like Anantara Mui Ne Resort are ideally located within easy reach of the best Mui Ne attractions.

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The Fairy Stream In Mui Ne

Located in the Phan Thiet region of Mui Ne, the Fairy Stream is a popular attraction. The surroundings are a pretty shade of red, pink, orange and white hills, dunes and rocks. The water meanders through these environs and people often take off their shoes to walk along the shallow stream. The area is exceedingly pretty and you should not forget your cameras. Lush greenery adds splashes of colour and the varied hues of the hills, rocks and dunes are blanketed under blue skies.

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Explore The Po Shanu Cham Towers

This one is for the culture buff. The Po Shanu Cham Towers offer an insight into ancient Hindu culture with many a myth surrounding it. A marvellous example of Vietnams diverse cultures, the Hindu shrine is located in west Mui Ne and dates back to the 18th century. The place is home to vintage tombs, a pagoda and even a gallery to explore. A central artefact from the Champa Dynasty, Cham towers sit at the summit of Ong Hoang Hill. The three vintage towers are dedicated to the Hindu gods, Shiva, Nandi and Agni. The inner chamber is still used as a place of worship with many a shiva lingam, the deity's iconic symbol, situated there for devotees to worship and offer up prayers.

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Chill On Mui Ne Beach

The large expanse of sand that makes up Mui Ne Beach is to be savoured every day. Stay at a Mui Ne beach resort and be a part of the areas famous kite-surfing hub. The beach is ideal for swimming, snorkelling and other water-based activities amongst which kitesurfing is the most popular thing to do in Mui Ne. There are plenty of kite surfing schools on the beach, in case you want to get the hang of the invigorating sport. The beach is also fabulous for capturing magical sunsets and enjoying some time with nature. If you get to the beach at dawn you will be treated to sights of fishermen bringing in a fresh catch.

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Visit The Red Sand Dunes Of Mui Ne

The Red Sand Dunes are smaller than the White Sand Dunes, hence they are easier to climb. Visit the place at sunset and watch in awe as they seem to be lit on fire. The reddish-brown of the shifting sand which make up the dunes are a popular spot for photographers.

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