The easiest way to travel from Ho Chi Minh City to Mui Ne is by bus. You can travel by train to Binh Thuan Railway Station but then it’s a further 27 km to get to the beach. The bus goes directly to the beach.
Travel Times to Mui Ne
There are 4 daily direct bus services a day from Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) to Mui Ne which you can book online.
|07:00||13:00||$ 12.91||3S Limo Executive|
|09:30||14:30||$ 9.00||Kumho Samco|
|20:30||01:30||$ 9.00||Kumho Samco|
|22:00||03:00||$ 9.00||Kumho Samco|
- By bus it takes 5 to 6 hours to travel from Ho Chi Minh City to Mui Ne depending upon which service you take.
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Ho Chi Minh City Kumho Samco Bus Stop
Kumho Samco services to Mui Ne depart from the Kumho Samco Bus Stop, 263 Pham Ngu Lao, district 1, Ho Chi Minh.
Ho Chi Minh City 3S Limo Executive Bus Stop
3S Limo Executive services to Mui Ne depart from the Coffee Shop on the Ground Floor of the Liberty Hotel Saigon Parkview, 265 Phạm Ngũ Lão, Phường Phạm Ngũ Lão, Quận 1, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam.
Mui Ne Kumho Samco Bus Stop
Kumho Samco services from Ho Chi Minh City arrive in Mui Ne at 379 Nguyen Dinh Chieu street, Mui Ne, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan.
Mui Ne 3S Limo Executive Bus Stop
3S Limo Executive services from Ho Chi Minh City arrive in Mui Ne at 125A Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien Ward, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan.
About Mui Ne
Mui Ne is a fishing village with around 25,000 permanent residents which has become a very popular beach resort destination. Mui Ne has two beaches and they are probably the best beaches within half a day’s travelling time of Ho Chi Minh City. The proximity to Ho Chi Minh City has made Mui Ne very popular with Vietnamese tourists and there are lots of mid range hotels catering primarily to Vietnamese tourists, as well as lots of seafood restaurants which are also very popular with domestic tourists. Mui Ne is also a firm favourite with foreign visitors. 20 years ago the beach was a relatively undiscovered backpacker destination where people camped on the beach. Those days are long gone but the reputation of Mui Ne as an alternative backpacker hangout has lingered on. Mui Ne also benefits from strong winds which make the beaches good for wind surfing and kite surfing.
Away from the beaches Mui Ne has a number of other notable attractions. Along coast near Phan Thiet are the Po Shanu Cham Towers, which is 9th Century Hindu temple built by the people of the Cham Empire, which once ruled a large part of South East Asia. The other major attractions are large groups of red and white sand dunes which are slightly inland. Popular pastimes include driving dune buggies over the dunes and sliding down them on plastic sheeting.