TAG : Binh Thuan



    Cu Lao Cau (Cau Islet), just off the coast and about 100 km northeast Phan Thiet city in south-central Binh Thuan province, is a pristine marine creature preservation area largely unknown to tourists, despite the fact it can be seen clearly from National Highway No. 1.


  • Seahorse Resort & Spa

    Promotion: VND2,000,000 ($99) per night from 15 to 24 February, except during Tet, based on the best available rate on the website.

    After its expansion of 55 new Deluxe rooms, the resort now has 152 rooms and bungalows. It has also expanded and upgraded its outlets, including Hippocampe Restaurant, with a capacity up to 250 guests, the Fitness Centre with modern equipment, meeting rooms with a capacity of 200 guests featuring a new light and sound systems, and karaoke rooms and an infinity swimming pool.

    Tel: (0252) 384 7507



    Jibe’s Beach Club will hold the 7th Beach Volley Tournament on one of the most beautiful beaches in Mui Ne, attracting enthusiastic professional volleyball players, both local and foreign. The tournament has a relaxed friendly feel with support from spectators enjoying the sun and the beach. It also provides a great competitive atmosphere with spectators and cheer squads. A lunch break allows competitors to get their strength back and relax before starting the semi-finals and final. The day’s activities conclude with an awards ceremony, a beach barbeque, and an after party.

    For more information, contact Jibe’s Beach Club on (062) 383 6099 or at Gm@fullmoon-village.com.



    Spectacular surrounds alleviate the strain on one long trek from the southern coast up into the hills


  • Luxury Hideaway

    Luxury Hideaway

    A popular destination for travellers from all over the world, Bamboo Village Resort & Spa was named Outstanding Honeymoon Destination and Best Spa Destination from Asia Leading Resorts Awards, and Travelers’ Choice from TripAdvisor in 2017.


  • Binh Thuan aims to become national sea tourism-sports centre

    Binh Thuan aims to become national sea tourism-sports centre

    The People’s Committee of the south-central province of Binh Thuan has issued a plan to boost tourism to 2020, aiming to make it a spearhead sector of the province and turning the locality into a national sea tourism and sports centre. It has pursued an ambitious plan to make Mui Ne a national tourism site, Phu Quy Island a national destination, and Phan Thiet city an urban tourism area. The province is blessed with a 200-km coastline and favourable conditions for tourism development and it has effectively tapped its advantages for sea sports and festivals. In 2017 it aims to welcome 5 million visitors.

  • Mui Ne to develop into national tourism site

    Mui Ne to develop into national tourism site

    The south-central province of Binh Thuan plans to develop Mui Ne, a popular beach town in the coastal city of Phan Thiet, into a national tourism site by 2030, attracting 16 million visitors and earning VND58 trillion ($2.5 billion) in tourism revenue. The province will create diverse tourism products, boost promotions, and train tourism staff. The town aims to attract new tourism markets in central and northern Europe and the Middle East and will focus on its beaches as well as sports, culture and community tourism. More investment in entertainment and traffic infrastructure will be considered and more attention will be paid to environmental factors and the effects of climate change. Developing Mui Ne into a national tourism site will also boost development in the region and links with the central highlands.



    Ta Cu Mountain in Binh Thuan has pagodas and Buddhas to admire and quite a few tales to tell.


  • Garden gateway

    Garden gateway

    A popular destination for travellers from all over the world, the multi-award winning Bamboo Village Beach Resort & Spa is renowned for its lush tropical gardens, first-class accommodation, and excellent customer services. This is the ‘Home of the Blissful Bamboo Villager’.


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