Located in coastal, Phan Thiet is city of beautiful tropical beaches with resorts, hotels, restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, services of internet, motor, bicycle rubber dinghy, surfboard, buoy for hide. Moreover it is traditionally known for its nuoc mam (fish sauce), producing 16 to 17 million of this amazing flavor litres per year.
Located in Phan Thiet province, Mui Ne is a gorgeous beach for having a relaxation at the end of your trips in Vietnam since December to April is the best time to visit this place. Soft white sand, turquoise waters with coconut range, nightclubs and good local restaurants, Mui Ne seems to have everything for a wonderful beach holidays. Besides, it is the capital of water sports in Vietnam with various choices like windsurfing, kiteboarding, scuba diving and snorkeling. The sand dunes outside Mui Ne is another great attraction to visit when you are there. Moreover, thanks to its unique climate, Mui Ne Beach receives less annual rainfall than the rest of area, so tourists having Vietnam vacation can have more time to play outside as well as sunbathing in the seashore. There is also a wide range of family-friendly resorts and local restaurant waiting for you to discover.
In case you are a real risk-taker, you can challenge myself with Ta Cu Mountain, located 28 km south of Phan Thiet. The road to Ta Cu Mountain is quite stunning and poetic with many different kinds of trees and flowers, especially the lagerstroemia flowers, on the top of the mountain is a 49 m long Buddha statue 7 m high, built in 1963. This is a reasonable location for adventurous travelers who yearn for trekking and conquering the height.
Phan Thiet is a go-off-the-beaten-track with a wide range of obscured beaches like Co Thach Beach. Compared to other beach, Co Thach Beach is a combination of rocks with all kinds of beautiful shapes, fine yellow sand and clear blue water. This is the place that many tourists choose as a ideal place to stop when coming to Binh Thuan. You can also opt for some other striking beaches such as Hon Ga Beach with the lush green of wild plants or Hon Ghenh Beach.