Mui Ne is a place that is too familiar with domestic and foreign tourists to travel to Vietnam. In addition to swimming, participating in fun activities on the sea, visiting the scenic spots. A place that tourists cannot miss when coming here is Mui Ne Fishing Village.
Not only is the place where tourists can buy fresh and cheap seafood. But they can also learn about the life of the people in the sea and admire the unique natural scenery in the coastal areas.
Location of Mui Ne fishing village
Mui Ne fishing village is located on Huynh Thuc Khang street. It’s about 200m from Mui Ne bus station, about 23km from the center of Phan Thiet city to the North. Just only 1km from Mui Ne market. From the crowded Ham Tien area, where many resorts and hotels of Phan Thiet city gather , just a 5km drive will take you to the fishing village of Mui Ne, close to the beach.
The fishing village of Mui Ne is located along the coast of about 1km long, the beach here is quiet waves, windy year round. It’s an ideal location for shelter ships.
How Mui Ne fishing village is unique?
Nestled quietly on Huynh Thuc Khang street and interspersed among the soaring coconut trees of Phan Thiet beach. The fishing village always has a strange charm from dawn until the sun disappears. Viewed from above, the familiar scenery of the sea, the fishing boats in the distance are interspersed with eye-catching green baskets.
Step down a step stairs, you will “fall” into the Mui Ne fishing village fish market. This is where the locals conduct netting every morning as well as buying crabs, shrimps and fresh fish from the basket boats that have just been brought in. The bustling business scene here and there continues day after month like a cycle.
When is the best time to visit fishing village?
The Mui Ne fishing village will start from 5:30 am to 6 am onwards, the boats and baskets offshore took turns bringing a large source of seafood to the shore. The muscular men jumped down and pulled the basket boat, dragged out what they had caught in the night, pouring out tarpaulins spread out on the sand. Mui Ne fishing village is mainly for people’s needs. But there are many tourists who come to buy or process on the spot.
If you come here in the early morning. You will have the opportunity to admire the bustling business scene of fishermen returning after their late beach trips. From 9 am onwards, the beach began to thin again. At around 10 o’clock, only a few people stayed on the sandy beach to sell with all the meager seafood for late visitors.
If you have time, take a deep walk inside the fishing village. That you will learn how to elaborate the process of drying fish, dried squid and elaborate fish sauce meticulously.
This is also a place with beautiful scenery when sunset or sunrise, watching from afar the beach with hundreds of boats anchored, a poetic landscape that appeals to those who love the beauty of the sea. and photographers. If the morning is quiet with hundreds of boats like sleeping with the sky full of magic blue, then when the sunset falls, the sea shimmering with silver, each boat is a rustic feature.
It’s a great for
- Photographer, culture & nature lover