Mui Ne, Phan Thiet is famous for long white sands, clear blue sea and immeasurably high coconut palms. In addition, you can enjoy pleasant food of this beautiful coastal land. After that, this article will provide you with Mui Ne travel guide.
Best time to travel to Mui Ne
Mui Ne is hot all the year round but windy and less stormy; therefore, you can travel any time during the year. From January to December, the weather is cooler than that of other months. Between April and May is the hottest season; the temperature can be up to 29℃.
The period from April to August is considered to be the best time to travel to Mui Ne. At this time, the waters are blue and cool. It is noted that from September onwards, in Mui Ne, there is much rain. If you travel at this time, it is hard to cover all the destinations. In particular, in some places, the seashore is overflowed with red sand, causing many beaches to be red like alluvium and making the waters opaque.
Places to visit in Mui Ne
Hon Rom beach
With the charming scenery, many slabs of rock with strange shapes overlooking the sea, Hon Rom is one of the best destinations in Mui Ne, Vietnam. In the rainy season, the whole mountain is covered with the green of nature while the yellow of grass wraps the space in the sunny season. This place is called Hon Rom because it looks like a giant straw from the distance.
Suoi Tien is located next to Hon Rom with small flows of water and beautiful sand valleys. In particular, beside the stream are hills of red and white stalagmites and stalactites together with the stones worn by nature, creating strange and attractive shapes.
Golden Sand Dunes
Coming to the golden sand dunes, you will admire the beautiful colors of iron mines; the yellow of the sand. The color of the sand here always changes due to the denudation of the wind. The golden sandhill is considered to be a special symbol of Mui Ne.
Mui Ne sea cliff
Mui Ne sea cliff is where many rocky cliffs direct to the sea to catch waves and winds, which creates the stunning landscape. Moreover, there are numerous different small and large sandbanks. On the top is located Ba Vang temple and Thach Long mausoleum.
Drinking and Eating in Mui Ne
The specialty of Mui Ne is the grilled one dried sun squid, dragon fruit, fish sauce, milk young rice cake that are bought as gifts by many travelers. In addition, to buy cheap seafood, you should go to the resorts in Mui Ne.
The rolled soft and pliable rice paper wrapper is made of pliable rice paper wrapper, shrimp paste, greave, quail eggs. To enjoy this food, you can come to the road near the crossroad of Tran Hung Dao or Thu Khoa Huan.
Banh canh Phan Thiet (thick noodles) is also a famous food to eat in Mui Ne. You can refer to the following addresses: No.1 HA Kim Dong street – alley between Tran Quoc Toan bookstore and BiTi shop; Ms. Ly restaurant located at No.566 Tran Hung Dao, Phan Thiet and Hai Thuong Lan Ong street.
Fish salad is a specialty that you should not miss when traveling to Mui Ne. You can go to pubs in the embankment along Ca Ty river or Vietnam Home, Nguyen Dinh Chieu street, Mui Ne.
In addition, Mui Ne, Phan Thiet draws tourists because of other delicious dishes such as Phan Thiet Quang noodles, Phan Thiet cakes, bánh căn (small pancakes made with quail eggs, cooked in small clay pans, cá lồi xối mỡ (deep fried fish), crispy dumpling, grilled squid teeth, hot pot, steamed rice cake, rice paper and sticky rice.