Anantara’s First Vietnamese Retreat

Anantara’s First Vietnamese Retreat

The new Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa is located 198km northeast of Ho Chi Minh City and 11km from Phan Thiet train station. The resort offers 89 rooms, suites and villas, designed to reflect traditional Vietnamese style and set among tropical landscaping with views of luscious gardens, the pool, freshwater lagoon or sea.

Anantara Mui Ne

Guests can take an exhilarating jeep tour or race down towering sand dunes on mats, experience the rhythm of coastal life at Mui Ne village, hire a boat and glide across the freshwater White Lake ‘Bau Trang’, spanning 70 hectares and home to numerous fish, including 30 kilogramme carp, or take a short speedboat ride to a small island and climb the 184 steps of Ke Ga Light House.

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