The ocean side of Mui Ne is where you can find the luxurious ocean front hotels, ocean front dining, and one of the best clubs I have ever been to. The non-ocean side is usually made up of less expensive hostels and backpacker hotels.
We found ourselves smack dab in the middle of the long stretch that is Nguyen Dinh Chieu, the street dividing the ocean side and the non ocean side, staying at Cocosand hotel, a little hole in the wall on the non-ocean side. It only cost us $16 a day! We could have gotten an even cheaper room, but we wanted a private bathroom. There is a drop dead gorgeous, magnificent, perfect sandy courtyard filled with hammocks in the middle of the hotel, with a sidewalk going all the way around it, and the rooms branching off of the sidewalk.
This drop dead gorgeous, magnificent, perfect courtyard was in the middle of the hotel, with a sidewalk going all the way around it, and the rooms branching off of the sidewalk.
This place is a must-visit!
Mui Ne is known as one of the most beautiful beach city in Vietnam. It takes 250km in 4 hrs transfer from Nha Trang. There are many interesting sight-seeing that you never want to missed: Long Beach, Salt Field, Bau Truc Pottery, Pink Sand Dunes, White Sand Dunes.
Da Lat's specific sights are pine wood (forming the name: "City of thousands of pine trees") with twisting roads and tree marigold (Vietnamese: dã quỳ) blossom in the winter. The city’s temperate weather stands in contrast to Vietnam's otherwise tropical climate.