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|Sunset at the Red Dunes|
Sunset at the Red Dunes of Mui Ne.
|Below the Red Dunes of Mui Ne|
If you are on your own and reach this point on Vo Nguyen Giap Street, you have arrived at the Red Dunes of Mui Ne.
|Children renting out slides|
Sliding down the dunes is fun and a popular activity at the Red Dunes of Mui Ne.
The Red Dunes of Mui Ne are the last point on our itinerary. Here you watch the sunset and how the light paints the orange-red sand in a martian color.
|Ice Cream in Vietnam|
Craving ice cream at the Red Dunes of Mui Ne? No Problem. Here is an ice cream vendor.
|The famous red dunes of Mui Ne|
The Red Dunes of Mui Ne are a popular background for photos, music videos and even movies in Vietnam.
|Sliding down the dunes|
Kids love to slide down the Red Dunes on sheets of plastic. They also rent out the sledges, so have fun!
|Craving Ice Cream|
After a day under the hot sun, a cone of ice cream is exactly what you need.
|Coracles in Vietnam|
Coracles are the round fishing boats you may encounter all over the coast of Vietnam. In Phan Thiet the coracles are mostly made of fiber glass while in the Center of Vietnam the traditional coracle is crafted out of bamboo.
|Phan Thiet Beach|
Phan Thiet is one of the most attractive travel destinations in Vietnam and well worth a visit. Whether you like to relax on the beach, visit some impressive landmarks or head out for a lively evening along the tourist strip of Mui Ne is totally up to you!
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