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The 7th Annual Sunrise Surf & SUP Contest is about to take place in Mui Ne. But the competition is more than just a competition — it has acted as a springboard for Vietnamese would-be surfers to get involved in water sports.
For the first time in Vietnam, adventure seekers can ride in hot air balloons thanks to new company, Vietnam Balloons.
Matt Cowan and Mike Palumbo explore the land where the oddest-looking fruit in Vietnam is grown, the dragon fruit.
Mui Ne was once a sleepy fishing town that few people had ever heard of. The solar eclipse of 1995 reversed all that; thousands of astronomers and curious tourists streamed in to observe the phenomenon. Since then, Mui Ne has undergone a major transformation, and is now one of Vietnam’s major tourist attractions.
The first Mui Ne Music & Arts Festival is about to touch down on the sandy hills of that beach area north of Phan Thiet.
With the Mui Ne Music & Arts Festival just round the corner, Kieran Crowe catches up with Morgan Mugnier, one of the leaders of the burgeoning reggae scene in Saigon, and the co-organiser of the Reggae Stage at December’s inaugural festival.
Join Michelle and Suzanne from Saigon Yoga for a relaxing weekend of yoga and fresh air at the Bamboo Village Resort in Mui Ne from Mar. 13 to Mar. 15. Classes such as Relax Deeply Into Your Day of Fun in the Sun, Pre Din Din Relaxation Practice, Preparation to Enter Saigon Again in Peace Practice and more are on the agenda.