Mui Ne which is considered as a nice resort area near Ho Chi Minh city, is one of famous destinations of Vietnam. It’s very easy to get there from Ho Chi Minh city. These are some useful suggestions:
How to get to Mui Ne from Ho Chi Minh city?
This is the most popular way for tourists. There are many buses with high quality between Saigon and Phan Thiet/Mui Ne. It’s very easy for you to book a ticket from buslines as Phuong Trang, Mai Linh, Tam Hanh, The Sinh Tourist, etc. Futher information, you can ask and book at travel agencies on De Tham, Pham Ngu Lao streets. (To have good prices, book now with VINADAY goREISE – 228. De Tham street. District 1). It takes 4 to 5 hours and the drivers will have stopovers during journey. Most of buses are very clean and you can have a safe driver.
By Open bus:
That’s a good way to travel many places, but you have to check the time with travel agency before travelling to next destinations.
The railway from Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) station to Mui Ne (Binh Thuan station) is about 200 km. You have to stop at Binh Thuan station, then take a taxi to Mui Ne. It’s about 40 km from Binh Thuan station to Mui Ne.
Phan Thiet station belongs to Phan Thiet city centre. This station is closer Mui Ne than Binh Thuan station. It’s about 20 Km from Phan Thiet station to Mui Ne.
Saigon station is at 01, Nguyen Thong street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh city
The pros of this transportation is that you can enjoy most of beautiful view from hills. It takes 4 hours later to get Mui Ne. However, taking a train has a limited schedule and transfers are a bit of a pain.
By private car:
Tourists can ask travel agencies or receptionists at hotel to hire a seven-seating car. It is the best option, cheaper and just takes about 4 hours driving from Ho Chi Minh to Mui Ne.
Strolling around Mui Ne Bay
The main resort strip of Mui Ne lies on Nguyen Dinh Chieu street. It’s very easy for tourists to rent a motorbike and bicycle at your hotel, to catch a taxi or to go around on foot.
Be careful when riding a motorbike within Mui Ne because of traffic jam, but nobody pays any attention to traffic rules.
(Source: Internet, TripAdvisor)