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how long?

anybody advise how long you need in mui ne??

Phan Thiet, Vietnam
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The length of your stay depends on your interests and the activities in which you wish to take part. If you are a kite surfer, you may wish to stay six months. If you just want to relax in a quiet resort setting, some of my guests do nothing in particular for six weeks. If you want a place with a lot of night time activities, you'd better plan on a few days. If you want to have something to do and see eighteen hours a day, a weekend will probably suffice for you.

Edited: 13 March 2012, 18:46
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Mui Ne is great for a relax after your long journey in Vietnam. You should spend at least 3 days lazy on beach.

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Suggest you stay at the Terracotta Resort we have just returned and spent 8 days relaxing beside their super pool and walking on the beach, many shops and good cheap restaurants too!!!! Great place to chill out whilst travelling.

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4. Re: how long?

I would suggest 5 to 7 nights



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