Once, Mui Ne was just a lonely stretch of beach where backpackers camped in the sand in the early 1990s. Today there are many resorts in all price ranges on the beach of Mui Ne. Despite the growing number of tourists, the place retains its charm and the flat accommodation blends harmoniously into the landscape.

The place is also famous for its huge red and white sand dunes. The white sand dunes of Mui Ne are the most impressive, as the constant ocean winds propel the sand into beautiful Sahara formations.

Also of interest is the Fairy Spring (Suoi Tien), a small river that flows through part of the dunes from interesting sand and rock formations. A hike along the river from the sea is part of this tour. You can walk there barefoot, but you need for the large sand dunes sturdy shoes, because the sand is extremely hot.

Also very interesting are the Po Shanu Cham towers located west of Mui Ne on a hill near Phan Thiet. From there you have a great view of the village. There is also a graveyard with beautiful gravestones. The 9th century complex consists of the ruins of three towers. At the edge there is a small pagoda and a gallery.