Mui Ne Backpacker Village

Mui Ne Backpacker Village

Mui Ne Backpacker Village

137 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Ham Tien, 

Mui Ne, Vietnam Binh Thuan Province

+84 62 3741047 

info@muinebackpackervillage.com

http://www.muinebackpackervillage.com

With the motto Relax, Enjoy and Just Be, Mui Ne Backpacker Village is one of the most affordable, beautiful and comfortable place to stay in the Mui Ne beach area.  Run by Vietnamese born Thuy and her Australian husband John, this place has fantastic facilities, namely great rooms, a pleasant restaurant with good food, a bar, a swimming pool, internet access, cable TV, bicycle hire, free motorbike parking, currency exchange and laundry service.

beautiful arranged garden

beautiful arranged garden

Set back from the main road, this resort is just a short 100 meter stroll to the main beach and it is located right in the middle of the main tourist attractions: Fairy Stream, Red Sand Dunes, Mui Ne Harbor and Po Shanu Cham Tower.

This year my friend and I had the opportunity to stay at Mui Ne Backpacker Village during our sightseeing trip to Mui Ne. We found both the owners and the staff very amicable and informative. I was glad to be given a room just opposite the swimming pool, which gave us a good view of the whole resort. I was indeed fortunate to book well in advance since the resort was fully booked when we arrived there, thanks to its popularity. So for those who plan to stay here, do remember to book early.

The veranda

The veranda

For a nature lover like me, I would highly recommend this place for its beautifully arranged gardens decorated in Vietnamese style. The food served at the restaurant was nice and yummy. A tip for Malaysian tourists: don’t miss a try to their bread, it is unique!

Mui Ne Backpacker Village is also close to Mui Ne nightlife, making it all within easy walking distance. They accept US Dollar and also Vietnamese Dong. For more details, check their website at  http://www.muinebackpackervillage.com/home.html or call the resort directly at +84623741047 for reservations.

Read my article on http://asianitinerary.com/mui-ne-between-sand-and-history/

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