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Mui Ne Beach is a popular tropical beach. Mui Ne is a coastal resort town in the Bình Thuận Province of the Southeast region of Vietnam. The town is close to the city of Phan Thiet. Tourism has transformed Mui Ne into a resort destination since 1995, when many visited to view the solar eclipse of October 24, 1995. Mui Ne has many resorts on the beach, as well as restaurants, bars, and cafes. Strong sea breezes make it very popular for kitesurfing and windsurfing. The tourist season is from December to May. The average temperature is 27°C, and the climate is hot and dry for most of the year.

Binh Thuan Transport

Bình Thuận is located along Vietnam’s main north-south transport corridors. National Route 1A runs through the province, connecting 6 out of the province’s 10 districts to the rest of the country. Bình Thuận’s main railway station along the North-South Railway is Mương Mán Railway Station, located around 10 km north-west of Phan Thiet. Four smaller railway station is in the city of Phan Thiet and the eastern part of the province. The province is connected to the Central Highlands by two national roads: 28 from Phan Thiet to Di Linh, Lâm Đong Province and Đak Nong Province and 55 from Vung Tau to La Gi and Bảo Lộc, Lam Đong Province. Bình Thuận does not have an airport; the nearest commercial airport is located near Dalat. Administration. Politically, Bình Thuận is divided into eight districts: Bac Bình / Đuc Linh / Hàm Thuận Bac / Hàm Thuận Nam / Hàm Tân / Phú Quý / Tánh Linh / Tuy Phong The provincial capital, Phan Thiet, is a separate municipality – as well as the town of La Gi.

Phan Thiet. Mui Ne. Tourist attractions

* Po Sha Inu tower is a derelict remainder of the ancient Cham culture that was built in the 8th century.
* Fish Sauce Plants, where the famous nuoc mam (fish sauce) is produced.
* The famous Red Sand Dunes (Doi Cat), are located in Mui Ne on the main coastal road at the intersection with the four lanes (706) highway. The whole region is fairly sandy, with orange sand threatening to blow onto the coastal road in some spots. The red sand dunes that visitors visit are about 50ha (1/2km²) of open sand on a hillside.
* White Sand Dunes located 24km north from the red dunes. They are much larger than the red dunes, extending up to 20 kilometres along the coast, and vendors offer dune buggies for rent to drive around the dunes. The deep blue lake below the entrance to the dunes and the dark green lotus plants on the shore provide stark contrasts to the white sand glistening in the sun, offering photographers delightfully starkly contrasting colours.
* Mui Ne Market and Harbor (Lang Chai Mui Ne).
* The Fairy Stream (Suoi Tien) is a little river that winds its way through bamboo forests, boulders and the dunes, in parts resembling a miniature version of the Grand Canyon.
* Taku Mountain, (About 30 kilometres west of Phan Thiet off of Highway 1A). An aerial tram takes you most of the way to the largest reclining Buddha in Southeast Asia. Spectacular views from the top of the mountain. edit
* Fishermen Show, 360 Nguyen Thong, Mui Ne, Phan Thiet, 0901111666. Fishermen Show Mui Ne is an epic cultural show about Vietnam fishing village. This show features the two big local rituals: God of Whale worshipping and Cham Kate festival.

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