Affected by two mechanisms simultaneously northeast monsoon and southwest to sand dunes of Mui Ne (5 ward, Mui Ne, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan province) constantly changes the face after a night by winds great. For that reason, this sand hill was ranked about changing the natural shape.
In addition to amaze with the “new shirt”, this place also gives visitors adventurous moments in the game unique sliding sand. To avoid the sun, the appropriate time to explore the sand dunes between 5-6am every day. Longest cross-sea bridge Work starts on May 11/2002 and completed on 12/12/2006, approximately 7km Thi Nai bridge, connecting the city of Qui Nhon with Phuong Mai Peninsula (Nhon Hoi economic zone) is the longest cross-sea bridge in Vietnam. Seen from Quy Nhon city or Phuong Mai Peninsula, Thi Nai Bridge charming and magnificent water crossing immense. In the afternoon, standing on the bridge could see a Thay Boi tower intermittent into the waves, Bai Nhan cover the green color, Chim hillock (Bird hilllock) flicker stork wings, the void of swallows mingle in the cool breeze brings a feeling of peaceful and quiet. vietam tour