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How to Get to Mui Ne from Saigon

Mui Ne is one of the best beaches near Ho Chi Minh City for either a family trip or a romantic getaway. Fortunately, there are several ways to arrive at this beautiful beach from Saigon, you can check them out and choose the one that is most suitable for your budget and condition.

See our guide for your First Time in Mui Ne

How to Get to Mui Ne from Saigon: By Bus

The most convenient and popular public transportation to go from Saigon to Mui Ne is by bus. You can choose either a sleeper bus or a normal one, and there is not much difference in price. However, since Vietnamese is the most frequent group of customers, the size of the bed in sleeper buses can be uncomfortable for people over 1.7 meters (5.5 feet). Consider your comfort if you set your mind on traveling to Mui Ne by bus as the journey would last for 5-6 hours (with a few stops in between).

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Sleeper bus from Saigon to Mui Ne

All the buses are of high quality, which has a bottle of water and a piece of wet tissue included in your ticket. Most of the staffs can speak basic English and always be willing to support customers. Here is the information about some transporting companies that have worked on delivering customers to Mui Ne for years:

 

CompanyType of BusTicket price/personDepartureArrivalDeparting scheduleNote
KumhoSleeper busVND 145,000

Mien Dong Bus Station
(292 Dinh Bo Linh, Ward 26, Binh Thanh District)

Phan Thiet Bus Station

Every 1 hour from 6 AM to 7 PM

Need to take taxis from Phan Thiet City to Mui Ne

Phuong Trang BusSleeper busVND 140,000

Mien Tay Bus Station (395 Kinh Duong Vuong, An Lac Ward, Binh Tan District)

Mui Ne

7 AM – 12 AM (midnight), every 30 minutes to 2 hours

You can contact the company to know the nearest departing stop from your place

Sinh Cafe

Sleeper Bus, Normal Bus

Sleeper bus: VND 199,000

Normal bus: VND 119,000

246-248 De Tham, District 1

Mui Ne

7:15 AM, 2 PM, 8 PM

 
Viet NhatSleeper busVND 120,000

Mien Dong Bus Station
(292 Dinh Bo Linh, Ward 26, Binh Thanh District)

Mui Ne8 AM, 8 PM 
Phuong Nam ExpressSleper busVND 120,000

275E Pham Ngu Lao, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, District 1

Phan Thiet Bus Station8 AM, 8 PM

Need to take taxis from Phan Thiet City to Mui Ne

Hanh Cafe

Sleeper Bus, Normal Bus

Sleeper bus: VND 140,000

Normal bus: VND 120,000

229 Pham Ngu Lao, District 1

Mui Ne

8 AM, 3 PM, 8 PM

 

 

How to Get to Mui Ne from Saigon: By Train

Taking train is the fastest option of how to get to Mui Ne from Saigon which only takes about 4 hours. The services available at the train stations are also provided in English, so it is absolutely accessible. The only disadvantage is that when you get off at Phan Thiet Train Station, you will need to take a taxi or bus to Mui Ne, which would take you roughly another 40 minutes. 

Trains to Mui Ne offer tickets for hard seats, soft seats, rooms with 4 beds, and rooms with 6 beds. Most of the trains following this journey depart in the morning or afternoon, so we suggest the soft seats as the most comfortable and economical option. 

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Train is also a good means of transport chosen by many Vietnamese

Train from Saigon to Phan Thiet is named as SPT and marked from 1 to 4. Ticket price is about VND 132,000-350,000 depending on your type of seat.

See our guide for Taking The Trains in Vietnam.

How to Get to Mui Ne from Saigon: By Limousine

With nice seats and other supporting facilities such as wifi, speakers, and wine, limousines can be a comfortable choice for those who travel in groups.

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Interior of limousines from Saigon to Mui Ne

Nam A Chau Limousine and Hai Tuan Limousine are two companies providing this service. They offer modern coach from 4 to 18 seats, prices are around VND 250,000 – 300,000/passenger. They respectively depart every day at 7:30 AM and 8 AM.

Look for cheap bus tickets below:

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How to Get to Mui Ne from Saigon: By Car/Motorbike

If you have lived in Vietnam for a while and are confident with your driving skills, this is surely a good way to enjoy every kilometer during your journey. You can also get help from our Private Tours to make sure everything goes smoothly and safely.

You can find the easiest route to travel on Googles Maps. However, in case you do not mind going a little bit further to see more beautiful landscapes of Vietnam coastal areas, don’t hesitate to contact us right away to be supported with a more “local” route with full of gems! 

Private Tour to Mui Ne from Saigon

At i Tour Vietnam, we specialize in operating private motorbike tours for you to explore the magnificent beaches of Mui Ne. Book our Coastal Adventures and you won’t be let down by our professional and insightful local tour drivers.

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Summary of How to Get to Mui Ne from Saigon

Bus, train, limousine, and self-driven car/motorbike are several ways of how to get to Mui Ne from Saigon. No matter what you choose, you can have an unforgettably beautiful experience with the ocean here.

Read more in our Mui Ne Travel Guide for more recommendations about what to do in this wonderful land.

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