Of the two ways you can travel from Nha Trang to Mui Ne, by bus or by train, travelling by bus is the better option. The closest mainline train station, Binh Thuan Railway Station, is over 40 km by road from Mui Ne town.
Bus Times from Nha Trang to Mui Ne
There are currently 2 bus services a day from Nha Trang to Mui Ne which can you book online.
|Nha Trang||Mui Ne||Service||Ticket||Company|
|20:30||01:30||Semi Sleeper||$ 9||Kumho Samco|
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Nha Trang Bus Stop
Kumho Samco bus services from Hat Trang to Mui Ne depart from Nha Trang Central Bus Station (Ben Xe Phia Nam Nha Trang).
Mui Ne Sinh Bus Stop
Kumho Samco bus services from Hat Trang to Mui Ne terminate at Binh Thuan Bus Station (Bến Xe Khách Bình Thuận).
About Mui Ne
Mui Ne is small coastal town with around 25,000 permanent residents, a large fishing boat harbour, a market and lots of fish restaurants. The term Mui Ne is now commonly used to refer to a 15 km stretch of beachfront to the west of Mui Ne town running nearly as far as the larger town of Phan Thiet.
The most built up part of this popular resort area is Ham Tien, where the bus from Nha Trang terminates. There are lots of hotels, bars and restaurants here which, for the greater part cater, to Russian holiday makers arriving year round on charter flights to Ho Chi Minh City and Cam Ranh Airport near Nha Trang. Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street is the coastal road which runs through the beach side resort areas to Mui Ne town and nearly all the bars, restaurants, shops and hotels in the area are located on this road.
The main draw of Mui Ne is its beach. This part of the coast is windy and Mui Ne is known of one of the two best places in South East Asia for wind surfing and kite surfing. A lot of enthusiasts come to Mui Ne specifically to engage in these activities and this gives the area its own unique ‘vibe’. There are also some large sand dunes nearby which attract visitors, For more cultural activities head to the market in Mui Ne town or in the other direction toward Phan Thiet to visit the Poshanu Cham Tower, which is an 8th Century temple built by the once dominant Cham civilisation.