In Pictures: Mui Ne’s Sand Dunes And Sea Shores

pictures, Travel

Fairy streams, sand dunes and the unforgivable heat – probably the main reasons why people visit Mui Ne.

We visited Mui Ne in summer, and the sweltering heat made me feel like I was burnt alive especially in the afternoon. That being said, the shores and the skies, and most importantly, the seafood, made it all worthwhile. If it gets too hot, just drink a few more pints of beer.

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First stop, Fairy Stream!

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURESSAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURESA little cow feeding on what looks like a cow buffet

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White sand dunes of Mui Ne

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Sunset at the Red Sand Dunes. It was supposed to be more beautiful but the clouds blocked all the light and we didn’t get to see the sunset in the end

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One of the most satisfying seafood meals I’ve had in my entire life.

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURESHaving seafood by the shore is the best

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A little fishing village we passed by

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURESAll blue skies and scorching sun at the pool deck of the hotel

To my surprise, Mui Ne is actually quite a popular tourist destination for Russian tourists and there are numerous tour agencies that that catered to mainly to Russians. I’m not sure why Mui Ne of all places is a big hit for Russians but I guess the heat is a good contrast to the weather on that side of the planet.

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