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I didn't expect much, especially after visiting red dunnes, and get positevly suprised. It's really a lovely place, go there on sunny day if possible. I read there is no fee, but we had to buy a ticket fot 15000, not much really, and there...More
We had a really good time here. We walked in the shade of the trees and the stream were cold, so it made the weather a little more bearable 😊 It's really beautiful and they say it will be gone in 10 years, so you...More
Entry is very cheap, try not to take much to carry, you are fine barefoot so have a bag or something for your sandals. You need a hat if it is a hot day. The water is nice and although there are some rocky bits...More
So we hadn't planned on visiting the "fairy stream" but it was part of the package tour that day which included the red and white dunes and the fish market. So about the stream, you park at the side of the road on the main...More
Fairy stream was actually located within walking distance from my hotel. just take a slow walk to enjoy the stream and flora.
i was actually hassled by some kids along the way. they are asking for money. just ignore and dont engage them.
If you just pass by in Mui ne and want to visit thats okay. If you have to plan a trip here on purpose is useless, nothing special really. Do not book a tour as this is on the main road where all the resorts...More
This shallow wading creek is one of the tourist hotspots in Mui Ne. I guess that says more about the choice of local natural beauties in the beachtown Mui Ne, than Fairy Creek itself. The walk in cool spring waters is mildly interesting, with some...More
We walked to the Fairy Stream from our hotel and bought the d15k tickets from a stall. Signs pointed down steps marked "To the Fairy Stream". These ended after about 15 steps in a running muddy brook. Looking upstream we saw overhanging banks lined with...More
We were not expecting much. We went for a tour by our hotel where we paid 32 usd for 5 pax to go to 4 places - fishing village, white sand dunes, red sand dunes and fairy stream.
We arrived at the fairy stream first...More
Response from Michelle L | Reviewed this property |
I joined the sunset tour organized by the hotel (actually the hotel helped me to hire a jeep), so you can ask the staff of the hotel that you are going to stay to help you. Or as mentioned above, you can join the tour... More
I joined the sunset tour organized by the hotel (actually the hotel helped me to hire a jeep), so you can ask the staff of the hotel that you are going to stay to help you. Or as mentioned above, you can join the tour organized by some agencies or rent a bike or even hire a taxi.
Response from drakennidhogg | Reviewed this property |
It depends if You prefer walking. In my opinion, the best transport method is our own feet. You can see everything, even that You shouldn't see - a lot of garbage on the beach. ;) Mui Ne is really long village. I walked... More
It depends if You prefer walking. In my opinion, the best transport method is our own feet. You can see everything, even that You shouldn't see - a lot of garbage on the beach. ;) Mui Ne is really long village. I walked something about 25 kilometers. Obviously, You can get a taxi, it isn't very expensive, but You should choose the one with a counter (official one). The trips orgnized by the hotels were much more expensive, so I didn't use it.. I heard that visiting the nearby city - Phan Thiet is very nice experience (especially marketplace), but I wasn't there during my vacation in Vietnam, I was concentrated on Mui Ne. Best regards!