Mui Ne Full Moon Bus
4 Hours Ride By VIP Cabin Bus
Ho Chi Minh City
Please moving to Departure Location 20 minutes early to check in !
$ 14

Number of tickets

Total: 14
Aircondition Wifi Cancellation possible (chek rules) Price / Person

Mui Ne to Ho Chi Minh City By VIP Cabin Bus Departure 7.30am

Tour Operator: Ninh Binh FootPrint Travel – PayPal Account: trantan1988@gmail.com   What Aaap: +84917805355

Departure Location: 117 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Mui Ne (Hanh Cafe Office)

Drop off Location: 273 Pham Ngu Lao Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Ninh Binh FootPrint Travel – the operator tourism services with budget price, youthful style for true value

Ha Noi Airport landing please contact: WhatsApp / zalo / phone: +84 917 805 355 ( Mr. Michael )

Bus Mui Ne to Ho Chi Minh City Itinerary

Mui Ne to Ho Chi Minh City around 4 Hours Route, Sleeper Bus from Mui Ne Center to Ho Chi Minh City. We highly recommend this Route by VIP Cabin Bus as Cheapest and save money. It’s Cost from 14$

07:30: Bus start from Our office: 117 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Mui Ne (Hanh Cafe Office)

We will stop on the way ( in a Restaurant )

11:30 : Arrival: Ho Chi Minh City Center, drop off

Mui Ne to Ho Chi Minh City Bus time

Mui Ne to Ho Chi Minh City: 7:30, 14:30 VIP Cabin 14$ / Pax
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Depart from: Mui Ne Center Daily

Baggage: No specific regulation, but it is recommended that luggage not exceed 20kg + 1 carry-on bag /person

Thing to do in Ho Chi Minh City

See the top landmarks

Walk down Đồng Khởi street to acquaint yourself with the Notre Dame Cathedral, the city’s Central Post Office, and the Saigon Opera House. On a more local level, Bến Thành Market and the Jade Emperor Pagoda are worth a visit.

Shop small boutiques

Around District 1, a host of old apartments and former office buildings have been repurposed as shopping centres. Decades-old buildings such as 22 Lý Tự Trọng and 42 Nguyễn Huệ are brimming with all kinds of fascinating stores.

Explore the Chinese Quarter

The Chinese neighbourhood known as Chợ Lớn is great for exploring on foot. Head for Bình Tây Market, a colossal wholesale trading centre, and Thiên Hậu Pagoda, an atmospheric temple that pays homage to the goddess of the sea.

Hop on a motorcycle

Do as the locals do and hop on the back of a motorbike to see the city on street level and feel its energetic pulse. Motorbike tours set off in the evening, when the city is at its most romantic and the sidewalk vendors are out in force.

Eat street food

Ho Chi Minh City locals love to gather around dented metal tables across the city for incredible roadside feasts. Don’t miss highlights such as bánh mì, southern-style savoury pancakes (bánh xèo) and broken rice (cơm tấm).

Top thing to do in Mui Ne

White Sand Dunes, Mui Ne

The most popular Mui Ne attraction is about 25 kilometres north-east of the town. The Mui Ne sand dunes – who knew there were sand dunes in Vietnam!

The white sand dunes aren’t strictly snow white but they are whiter than your average sand dune. The appeal is that they dip right down to a lotus lake surrounded by greenery which is a beautiful contrast.

Quad Biking the White Dunes

There’s no charge to visit the white dunes and you can walk through them although, if you’ve ever tried walking up a sand dune, you’ll know it’s pretty hard work. But, there’s a small snack bar by the entrance where you can rent quad bikes.For around $30 an hour you can dip up and dive down the dunes spraying white sand as you go. It’s a lot of fun. It gets a bit blowy on the dunes and I nearly didn’t get my DSLR out but the cloud formations were amazing that day so I took a chance…

Red Sand  Dunes, Mui Ne

The red sand dunes are about 20 minutes drive from the town.  As soon as we reached the top a bunch of kids ran over to ply us with plastic surf mats but I was more than happy to stay upright that day.The sand was a lot coarser than the white dunes and squeaked as we trudged our way to the top. Although the red dunes aren’t as impressive as the white dunes there are some wonderful views out to the ocean.  I’m guessing the sunsets here are spectacular. There’s no charge to visit the Red Dunes.

Mui Ne Fishing Village

The third stop was at Mui Ne fishing village. We pulled up by the busy main road and Hau even stopped the traffic for us to cross! There’s a steep concrete slope with steps set into it which lead down to the sea and a small beach filled with piles of empty scallop shells. The night’s catch is landed early each morning and sorted right there on the beach.

Views of the brightly coloured boats stretch out across the water and you can see locals sitting in them mending their nets and gear. There were lots of small round basket boats that you see all over Vietnam including some of the original boats woven from bamboo.

Nowadays the majority are made from coloured fibre-glass. Fishing is one of the main industries here and the seafood in Mui Ne is impressive.

Cancellation policy: Mui Ne Full Moon Bus - Ho Chi Minh City

REFUND 75% excluding fee (more than 48 hours before departure)

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