Travel from Dalat to Mui Ne

The only way to travel direct by public transport from Dalat to Mui Ne is by bus. The journey takes a manageable 4 hours including a comfort break on route.

Bus Times from Dalat to Mui Ne

There are 2 bus services a day from Dalat to Mui Ne which you can book online.

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07:3011:30$ 12AN PHU TRAVEL
13:3017:30$ 12AN PHU TRAVEL
  • Hanh Cafe passengers travel in standard air-conditioned buses.

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Dalat Hanh Cafe Bus Stop

AN PHU TRAVEL bus services from Dalat to Mui Ne depart from 2-16 Đ Phạm Ngũ Lão, Phường 1, Thành phố Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam.

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Mui Ne Hanh Cafe Bus Stop

AN PHU TRAVEL bus services from Dalat to Mui Ne terminate at 195 Nguyễn Đình Chiểu, Phường Hàm Tiến, Thành phố Phan Thiết, Bình Thuận, Vietnam.

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About Mui Ne

Mui Ne itself is a small fishing village with around 25,000 residents located 20 km to the east of the provincial capital, Phan Thiet.

Coastline East of Phan Thiet

The term ‘Mui Ne’ is, however, now commonly used to refer to a 12 km stretch of coastline comprising several villages as well as Mui Ne which have become a popular tourist destination over the last 25 years. The most developed part of this stretch of coastline is Rang Beach in Ham Tien, which attracts large numbers of Vietnamese and Russian tourists.

One of the major draws of this part of Vietnam’s coastline is the windy conditions which make Mui Ne one of two major kite surfing centres in Asia, the other being in the Philippines.

Mui Ne Fishing Village
Mui Ne Fishing Village
Po Shanu Cham Towers

As well as the beaches, and the associated bars, restaurants and resorts, Mui Ne has a number of other major attractions to visit. The most important important cultural attractions are the Po Shanu Cham Towers near Phan Thiet. The Po Shanu Cham Towers are part of a 9th Century Hindu temple built by the Cham civilisation, which once ruled over large parts of South East Asia.

Sand Dunes

Mui Ne is also known for its two clusters of large sand dunes, the Red Dunes and the White Dunes, which tourists can slide down on plastic trays or hire buggies to drive over.

Nui Ne Village

Mui Ne village itself has a pleasant harbour and nearby market, which lots of stalls and restaurants selling a wide variety of seafood.

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