Minh Tam Resort
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsMinh Tam Resort Mui Ne
Minh Tan is an Ok low buget, waterfront resort hotel. What let it down was the nightclub across the road - 6.00am finish, techno till dawn.
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... an hour or so to take a walk in the stream alongside the fabulous white and red sand-dunes.
Then we were back in the jeeps until stop 2: 'the fishing village'.......basically a grotty beach where we spent approximately 2-3 minutes!!
Then we headed to the 'white sand dunes' where we has a great time quad biking in the dunes and taking photos before heading back to the cafe for a drink (& a cap purchase for me)!
Then onto the final stop......the ...
After a sleepless night we spent the morning sunning up around the pool. We then assembled at reception for our sand dunes tour. We bundled into jeeps and headed for our first stop. Fairy stream. Which consisted of us wading through a dirty stream that smelt like dog biscuits :/ Along the way you could ride an ostrich?! Yeh thats right an ostrich and make friends ...
The journey to Mui Ne from Dalat was a bumpy one! The 5 hours it took felt like a lifetime, we arrived just as the sun was setting and quickly forgot the journey! Mui Ne is a famous destination for kite-surfing. It's also known for its enormous sand dunes ranging from pure white to a very deep red, it was the later that brought us here. Neither of us have ever been to a desert!
We woke up to the sound of waves, our hostel is right on the beach, it's a great way ...
... statues just standing in the middle of nowhere. There were old casts used as molds laying on the ground and other statues in pieces. It kind of felt like a buddha graveyard and made for some great photo shoots. With still being lost we climbed to the top of the closest dune and managed to see in the distance the ‘real' white dunes. But how to get there?? So back on the bikes we made a couple game day left, right decisions and found ourselves on ...
... else to do I tried, but had to find out that the road was extremely bumpy (they are still improving the main north-south connection from Hanoi to Saigon and every 3 km there is a construction site with dirt tracks around it).
So no sleep for a while, until I finally dozed off. About 5 minutes (that's how it felt at least) later the bus driver stopped for dinner.
We filled up on Rice and fried things (I believe it was chicken) and then rode north, through the ...