Vietnam is a land of soaring mountains, wide plains and exotic beaches.
Its past is filled with heroic struggles and incredible victories – a land full of incomparable cultural explorations.
It is filled with many wonderful spots to visit and you need to have a travel guide to Vietnam to decide which places you would love to visit.
Popular destinations are Saigon, Hanoi, World Heritage Sites of Hoi An, the old imperial capital of Hue, Marble Mountains, the caves of Halong Bay, the coastlines, the Cham temples of Mỹ Sơn and more.
At the north eastern part of Phan Thiet, Vietnam’s long coastal road ascends the slope of the Cham Tower-topped hill then descends onto the lengthy, sandy crescent of the picturesque Mui Ne bay.
The place used to be a small fishing village but has undergone serious improvements for the past fifteen years.
Now numerous resorts dot the beaches like pearls. You can never get lost in the place as everything is found along the main street. You can get around the place with the motorbike taxi or rent bicycles or motorbikes at your hotel or tour agencies.
Mui Ne is turning out to be the Mecca for wind surfing and kite boarding. It is blessed with the best conditions for these water sports with the strongest and most dependable cross-onshore winds.
Aside from this, the place also enjoys the lowest rainfall in all Vietnam; therefore, each day is a picture perfect day.
The place is also famous for its sand dunes (white and yellow dunes). Out-of-the-way attractions include the Binh Chau hot springs, deep fishing, Kega light house and Rock garden where you can enjoy a mud bath or a relaxing massage.
Vietnam is the best place to visit when you want to relax and have fun. More investments are being made in the country as more and more people come to visit. One of these projects is Binh Duong’s the tourism complex where you will find Southeast Asia’s biggest artificial sea.