Mui Ne

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We had our first vacation in Vietnam at the Sailing Club in Mui Ne from 29 April to 3 May 2006. We flew to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and a minibus from the resort took us 200 km north to Mui Ne Brach, about 22 km east of Phan Thien. The drive takes a minimum of 3 hours. Mui Ne means "sheltered peninsula", and is indeed used as a seasonal harbour by local fishermen. In recent years the wind has altered the landscape of Mui Ne in a different way, by luring tourists, windsurfers and kitesurfers to the 20 km long beach. Read our travelogue here.

View from the Sailing Club

Sailing Club entrance

The view from our room

Our beach bunglaow

Our bedrrom

Breakfast at the resort

The restuarant to the left, our bungalow to the right

The Sailing Club tropical garden

Relaxing with a beer at the porch

Inger gets a pedicure

Mui Ne beach, 20 km long

Fredrik at the beach in Mui Ne

Mui Ne is a fishing village

These are also "fishing boats"

The wind blowing in from South China Sea

Regarding visa to Vietnam, it is no longer required for the Nordic Countries for stays up to 15 days and with a valid return ticket.

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