Discover the best top things to do in Phan Thiet, Vietnam including Ta Cu Mountain, Linh Son Truong Tho pagoda, Fairy Stream (Suoi Tien), Mui Ne Harbor, White Sand Dunes, Po Sah Inu Towers, Bai Da Ong Dia Beach, Mui Ne Beach.
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4.5 based on 316 reviews
28 km south of Phan Thiet.Has cable car to take people to see white reclining budda 49m long
From SeaLinks hotel it takes almost one hour to reach the place but it is worth to go. A nice area, local restaurants with great food, a modern cable car brings you up where "some" more steps awaiting you until you reach the lying Buddha. We enjoyed this half-day trip a lot.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Not as interesting as what you think
Very faraway from the city and nothing to see but renovated huge statues (basically 5 statues only)
I mean if you have been to other places like Ngong Ping 360 in Hong Kong or Owakudani in Japan....you will never appreciate this place anymore. Just skip it. You may think you have just wasted your money and time. Nothing to see basically.
Currently, under construction and the place is a bit dirty.
4 based on 2 reviews
I have been to Muine Ne many times and never came. I was missing nothing. A walk in the dunes through hot water.Too much rubbish around and ostrich riding. I didn't anybody do it maybe they had brains or cared for the ostrichs who should be used in this way.
4 based on 632 reviews
A typical fishing harbour in this country where you'll cross miserable and illiterate fishermen trying to survive with a government who has let them in their condition. Don't expect the romantic tale of the free-happy workers but to receive a good lesson of everyday-life here. Come at dawn you'll have the sunset at last!
4 based on 2 reviews
Paid 620,000VND to ride a quadbike on the dunes for 20 minutes. A little pricey, but the experience was worth it, very liberating to ride around freely on the dunes.
And there was a bunch of puppies at the shops, not sure if they're always there but it made our day!
4 based on 133 reviews
This 9th century tower was built for the Cham dynasty and is distinctive in style, but in need of more restoration. This temple requires something more of an understanding, and it would certainly benefit all visitors if some more signs / literature were available, in this respect the site was a bit of a disappointment.
The temple is about 20 foot high and has orange- red brick work which it being restored
4 based on 72 reviews
Travel from Ho Chi Minh towards Mui Be. It is a beautiful beach with fine sand and big waves. Many fun seekers are enjoying themselves with jet skiing, paragliding, water parachuting, swimming and sun tanning.
There are also vendors selling coconut water, corn, fruits, drinks, hat and etc. Some sitting in the cafe and enjoying the drink.
The long beach is really wonderful and beautiful.
3.5 based on 576 reviews
Generally the Beaches are dirty and terrible. There are a couple better places to the west end. A large part of the beach has a big cement wall. There is apparently a purpose to it, however, it looks ugly and even worse it collects rubbish at high tide.
Generally there is a lot of rubbish all over the place.
To be fair I wouldn’t say the Beaches in Vietnam are not very nice. My purpose for visiting Vietnam was not for the Beaches. If my primary purpose was Beaches I would head to Thailand or Philippines instead for sure.
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