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Do not leave your shoes at the entrance - take them with you. You will be charged by a lady otherwise.
It’s a muddy stream. The rocks are a beautiful colour but far from magical. Litter and general untidiness spoils what could be a lovely...More
We had taken a tour by jeep which was the first stop. You can bike there or begin your own - it's free and an extremely pleasant experience. As you hike up stream you're greeted by water buffalo and often other guests heading back. the...More
i enjoyed walking in the stream with nice view and meet new friends from other country. The water feel cold a bit but everything fine and enjoyable. Spend my breakfast at that area while taking a break. Really recommended.
After much hype I was very disappointed . The banks of the stream are covered in litter but the water is clean . There are rocks in the stream and we were told to go bare footed as everyone else was, but a note in...More
If you had a heavy night on Saturday head to Suoi Tien, fairy stream. It's a gentle walk to a small water fall with several tiny cafes along the way. It catches the sun at midday and gets hot. You must leave your shoes off...More
An absolute must if you’re in Mui Ne. It’s a magical little place. A little annoying that you have to pay to enter and the tourist cafes set up along the side take away some of that magic but honestly, you’d be hard done to...More
Nice place as you will walk around the stream which surrounded by white and red sand artwork. One thing to take note, if suddenly got people approach you and try to guide you along the way, please ignore as he will hold your ticket until...More
Nice activity, but not too special in our opinion. Just a stream to walk through to a small waterfall. Big downside is the mess next to the stream and local merchants everywhere in the middle of nature. Also it's not free anymore as told. We...More
Response from Michelle L | Reviewed this property |
I joined the sunset tour organized by the hotel (actually the hotel helped me to hire a jeep), so you can ask the staff of the hotel that you are going to stay to help you. Or as mentioned above, you can join the tour... More
I joined the sunset tour organized by the hotel (actually the hotel helped me to hire a jeep), so you can ask the staff of the hotel that you are going to stay to help you. Or as mentioned above, you can join the tour organized by some agencies or rent a bike or even hire a taxi.
Response from drakennidhogg | Reviewed this property |
It depends if You prefer walking. In my opinion, the best transport method is our own feet. You can see everything, even that You shouldn't see - a lot of garbage on the beach. ;) Mui Ne is really long village. I walked... More
It depends if You prefer walking. In my opinion, the best transport method is our own feet. You can see everything, even that You shouldn't see - a lot of garbage on the beach. ;) Mui Ne is really long village. I walked something about 25 kilometers. Obviously, You can get a taxi, it isn't very expensive, but You should choose the one with a counter (official one). The trips orgnized by the hotels were much more expensive, so I didn't use it.. I heard that visiting the nearby city - Phan Thiet is very nice experience (especially marketplace), but I wasn't there during my vacation in Vietnam, I was concentrated on Mui Ne. Best regards!