Holidays to Phan Thiet
This bustling port lies on the coast of south-west Vietnam. Fishing and the manufacture of fish sauce have long been the city’s main money makers, but more holidaymakers than ever are now dropping by, attracted by its stunning beaches, rugged coastline and quiet streets – motorised transport is still relatively rare here. Golf courses, pagodas, watersports facilities and spectacular sunsets are all in abundance.
Mui Ne beach
The nearby town of Mui Ne boasts 15km of sandy beach with gentle waves. A lack of rocks makes it popular with swimmers.
North of Mui Ne is this secluded spot. There’s also the small, traditional fishing village of Hon Mon to explore.
Po Shanu Cham Towers
These 3 ancient towers were built in tribute to the Hindu deities Lord Shiva, Agni and Nandi.
The Prince’s Castle
Once the home of aristocrat Duke de Montpensier, it’s now in ruins, but wonderful views can be found from the site.
This unusual sport can be found at The Red Sand Dunes, a unique natural formation that also has fantastic views.
No visit to the area is complete without a trip to this picturesque mix of red and white sand dunes.
Spade fish salad
These tiny anchovy-like fish have no blood, so there’s no smell. They’re usually cooked in vinegar or lemon juice.
Deep fried loi fish
Steamed in rice paper, the fish is served with minced spring onions, roast peanuts and pork grease.
Jibe’s Suoi Nuoc
Located along a private beach within the Full Moon Village, rooftop parties and barbecue buffets take place every night.
Deja Vu Mui Ne
Visitors probably don’t expect live rock and jazz performances, but that’s what they get here.
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