The fastest way to travel from Can Tho to Mui Ne is to take a direct bus from Can Tho to the transport hub of Phan Thiet and then travel on to Mui Ne from there by local bus or taxi. The journey by bus is scheduled to take from 8 to 10 hours depending upon which bus you take.
Bus Times from Can Tho to Mui Ne
There are currently 5 bus services a day from Can Tho to Mui Ne which can you book online.
|Can Tho||Mui Ne||Cost||Company|
|13:30||23:30||$ 17||Lien Hung|
|15:30||01:30||$ 15||Lien Hung|
|17:00||02:00||$ 16||Lien Hung|
|18:30||02:30||$ 16||Lien Hung|
|21:30||06:30||$ 16||Lien Hung|
- The Lien Hung uses a sleeper bus on this route with reclined seats, on board toilet and free WiFi.
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Can Tho Lien Hung Bus Stop
Lien Hung bus services from Can Tho to Mui Ne depart from Ben xe Trung Tam Can Tho.
Mui Ne Lien Hung Bus Stop
Lien Hung bus services from Can Tho to Mui terminate at Phan Thiet City welcome bus stop.
About Mui Ne
Mui Ne is a small fishing of around 25,000 permanent residents located 20 km to the east of the provincial capital of Phan Thiet city were bus services from Can Tho terminate. The name Mui Ne, however, is often used to describe the entirety of a popular stretch of coastline running 15 km west of Mui Ne village itself, incorporating several different villages and beaches. By far the most built up and popular part of this stretch of coastline is the 10 km long Rang Beach particularly around the village of Ham Tien. This part of Vietnam attracts a lot of domestic visitors and international tourists, particularly seasonal package holiday visitors from Russia and water sports enthusiasts. Rang Beach is very windy at certain times of the year and is generally considered the second best place in South East Asia for wind surfing and kite surfing. There are a lot of schools teaching these sports, frequent competitive events and shops renting out wind surfing and kite surfing equipment.
Some critics of Mui Ne say that the area is overdeveloped and has lost the charm that originally made it popular. There is most likely some truth in this observation. However, the area has some points of significant interest and visitors can avoid the crowds by staying outside the busiest areas around Ham Tien. Amongst the local points of interest are the charming harbour, nearby market and fish restaurants of the village of Mui Ne, the 9th Century Cham Towers near Phan Thiet, and the two clusters of giant sand dunes located slightly in land from Mui Ne.