Activities in Mui Ne: Something for Everyone
Updated: Jan 6
Mui Ne is a seaside town that offers long, beautiful beaches and a warm tropical climate all year long. So relaxing and chilling out on the beach is most visitors’ favorite activities.
Are you an active traveler who feels like the ocean is calling you? Then maybe you should try Kitesurfing! Mui Ne is one of the top destinations for kite surfing in Asia. From November
to March, the weather conditions are ideal for this exciting sport, so come here and let us show you how it is done!
If Kitesurfing is not your cup of tea, there are still plenty of other beach activities available in Mui Ne, such as regular surfing or SUP board surfing, kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skiing, sailing, or just beach soccer or beach volleyball; whatever your cup of tea, Mui Ne has something for you!
If you want to limber up, stretch your muscles, work on your body postures and keep your body in balance, maybe Yoga is the answer.
Where to stay in Mui Ne:
The Nam Chau Boutique Resort - Mui Ne Passion is not just a beach resort. It is an experience that is unlike any other in Phan Thiet. The Nam Chau experience is tailored to provide nonstop fun for active people.
The resort is set in a three hectare garden with rustic accommodations made from mostly natural materials like bamboo and thatched roofs. In addition to private bungalows and ecomony rooms, guests can choose dormitories in cottages from four to seven beds.
Opened in May of 2004, the Pandanus Resort in Mui Ne, Phan Thiet is unique in many ways. It is the only resort in Vietnam that offers a complete "All-Inclusive" program, a complimentary daily "Wine and Cheese" welcome reception, daily live entertainment with two in-house bands, as well as introductory walking tours of the historic fishing town of Mui Ne. Unlike many of the smaller resorts that line the beaches of Phan Thiet, the Pandanus Resort is large enough to give guests that unmistakeable feeling of freedom and independence and offers unrivaled relaxation.
The buildings and landscape are designed to complement, not compete with the natural surroundings. Adjacent to the beach is a huge free-form pool surrounding an island covered with palm trees. Throughout the gardens are small streams, lakes with lotus blossoms, dozens of colorful tropical plants and flowers, and displays of Cham cultural icons. In the very center are three descending water lily ponds. The public areas have been constructed in the Cham architectural style, with stately high wooden ceilings, while the bungalows and guest buildings match the colors of the orange sand dunes above the resort.