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HCM to Mui Ne

HCM to Mui Ne

Get Phan Thiet by bus, train, car, and motorbike.

Visitors can come to Mui Ne year-round, each season “paradise of the sea” brings a different beauty. Moreover, from April to August is the most beautiful time in Mui Ne, this time the sea is clear and cool. Then, August to December will be suitable for surfing enthusiasts and adventurous sports for the moment. HCM to Mui Ne.

HCM to Mui Ne


From Ho Chi Minh City, tourists can easily move to Mui Ne by motorbike, bus or train. With a road along the coast, the landscape is fresh and beautiful. Then, guests will have great experiences when coming here

Choose a train, you should go to Phan Thiet station instead of Muong Man (this station is farther from the center). Moreover, there is also a bus ticket from the station to the accommodation with the price of 30,000 VND per guest. HCM to Mui Ne.

HCM to Mui Ne


For convenient travel between attractions, you should rent a motorbike for about 220,000 VND per day (self-pay gas). To rent a car, you can contact motels, hotels, resorts or some rental points in the city center.

Follow the coastline – HCM to Mui Ne

Tourists follow the coastal road. From Ho Chi Minh City, you can follow the direction of Cat Lai ferry, go to Long Thanh then go to Ba Ria town, then follow Ho Tram direction through Loc An, then follow the coastal road towards Phan Thiet. The total distance is about 230 km.

HCM to Mui Ne


Why Phan Thiet?

Finally, Besides the beautiful natural scenery, this land also attracts tourists from the cross thanks to the cultural diversity of the Cham, Chinese and Kinh communities… Visitors can come here year round, but The best time is still summer when the hot heat in urban areas will be soothed by the sea and sky.


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