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The 6 Best Things to do for Honeymoon in Mui Ne – You deserve the best on your special day

Mui Ne, a seaside resort in south-eastern Vietnam, is where ancient culture meets the tropics. Visitors flock here for the world-class kitesurfing and to play in the sand dunes, but the imposing Cham towers have seemed to keep a wary eye on them.


Culinary Arts in Mui Ne

On this half-day culinary tour in Mui Ne, you'll learn all the tricks of the trade for making authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Your culinary education in Vietnam starts with a stroll through the bustling Ham Tien market, in which you can buy all the fresh produce, herbs, and spices you need to create authentic Vietnamese dishes. Next, you'll head to the Mui Ne cooking class for a hands-on lesson in regional specialities!
Additionally, if you are looking at wedding venues in Vietnam rest assured that whether you are staying at a small villa or the Anantara Mui Ne Resort the food is sure to be off the hook!


Red Sand Dunes

The Red Sand Dunes are one of the most interesting landscape features in Phan Thiet, where visitors may take stunning photos and participate in a variety of exciting activities. About three kilometres to the north of Mui Ne, this area resembles a little Middle Eastern desert thanks to its reddish-brown sand and gentle slopes. If you make it to the top, you can see the ocean in all its glory.
As you might expect, sand sledging is a popular pastime in this area, with plastic sledges readily available for use. Be aware that the local boys will try to demand exorbitant rates for the tiny sheets of plastic, and that you will have to negotiate to rent the boards. The Red Sand Dunes are also accessible by renting quad bikes and dune buggies. Make sure you settle on a price in advance, though.


Mui Ne Beach

Mui Ne Beach is located in the regional capital of Binh Thuan and takes its name from the famed seaside town of the same name. There are 15 kilometres of sandy beaches, calm surf, and high-end resorts along the shore. In the northern part of Mui Ne Beach, you'll find a typical fishing town, while the southern part is more geared toward tourism and activities like swimming & water sports.


Sacred Cham Towers of Po Sah Inn

At Phan Thiet's Po Sah Inu Cham Towers, you'll find three monuments to the Hindu trinity (Shiva, Agni, and Nandi). These ruins, dating back to the Champa Kingdom, can be found atop Ong Hoang Hill, from which you can see Phan Thiet and the coast in the distance.
Beyond the towers is a fortification that was once utilised by French & South Vietnamese forces. A memorial commemorates the revolutionaries who stormed the fortress in 1947. From Mui Ne Town, you can reach the Po Shanu Cham Towers in just 15 minutes.


Happy Waters

Phan Thiet & Mui Ne visitors flock to Fairy Stream to take pictures of the area's picturesque scenery. Fairy Stream, which receives its clean water supply from the nearby Ham Tien's Dinh Mountain, winds through a landscape of contrasting white & red dunes on one side and a vast field of lush trees, blooming flowers, and towering coconut palms on the other.