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Summer, a time to discover Phan Thiet - Mui Ne

Phan Thiet- Mui Ne has been a summer paradise with sunny yellow sand hills with lines of casuarina trees whispering in summer breezes.

Only 200km away from HCMC, you can get to Phan Thiet both by train or by car

It is no coincidence that Phan Thiet - Mui Ne has become an ideal destination of millions of local and foreign tourists- which brings up the turnover of dozens of billions annually. The land in the tip of the Southern Central has a typical tropical sea climate: with sunshine all year round, with winds and with less storms. Long beaches and warm sea are considered preferable conditions to develop tourisms of all kinds.

Only 200km away from HCMC, you can get to Phan Thiet both by train or by car. It is rather interesting to get there by train: you have a chance to see straight lines of dragon fruits, cactus of all forms on white sand, small villages and green paddies along the road. Especially, on a night train, you can see lights in fields of dragon fruit that make them splendid sights.

Phan Thiet is a peaceful coastal city with fishing boats anchoring in the bay or in berths. Sunlight is a “specialty” of the city: bright yellow sunlight shine on Ca Ty River. Coming with breezes from afar is the smells of sunlight, of the sea, of fishing villages and of Phan Thiet fish sauce. You can visit Duc Thanh, where Uncle Ho once taught before he came to Saigon and left Vietnam to find the way to save the country. The school has the old Asian architecture with long roof, old tiles, a well and a lotus pond… Next to the school, by the Ca Ty River is the Ho Chi Minh Museum, where photos and documents about his life and works are kept.

Phan Thiet is a peaceful coastal city with fishing boats anchoring in the bay or in berths

Coming to Phan Thiet, tourist should see the Prince’s Castle- a place connected to the name of Han Mac Tu- a talented poet of Vietnam modern romantic poetry. Legends of his affairs connects tightly to the place. The Prince’s Castle is a group of architectures- a beautiful, lovely sight.

Roads from Phan Thiet to Mui Ne is beautiful with shades of coconut trees, and with resorts alongside. From afar you can see blue sky, and waves tapping the shore with white foam and feel cool breezes coming from the offshore. Mui Ne is famous with beautiful beaches of Bai Rang, Hon Rom and Doi Duong… While sunbathing, you can enjoy local snack from vendors on the beach. Mui Ne is also known with activities as surfing, kite surfing and beach volley ball.

Dawn in Mui Ne sea is a must-sea for the place is ideal to sea sunrise. A natural beauty of the beginning of a day will charm you: the sky turns reddish and then yellow when the sun rises up from the sea with beautiful yellow sunlight of a morninga breath- taking sight.

Mui Ne is also called a small desert with sand hills as Doi Cat Hong (Pink Sand Hill), Bau Trang. Vast sand hills with different color make a beautiful sight- a place where you can take photos with all characteristics of Mui Ne, Phan Thiet

Mui Ne is also called a small desert with sand hills as Doi Cat Hong (Pink Sand Hill), Bau Trang. Vast sand hills with different color make a beautiful sight- a place where you can take photos with all characteristics of Mui Ne, Phan Thiet. You can try sand sliding or hike on endlessly long sand hills. And you can treat yourselves coconut water when you are tired.

Phan Thiet will not disappoint you with its cuisine. Sea-food of the region also has its own flavors. When nights fall, you can sit under coconut trees and enjoy flavored seafood. You can also make a choice of snack with “banh can” dipped in braised fish sauce, grilled rice paper with shrimp paste… Butterfly lizards is a local specialty you should try. Its meat is so good that you can make it in different ways. Phan Thiet fish sauce is also a local specialty that you can buy as a present. Phan Thiet fish sauce is famous with its amber color and nice flavor.

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