An easy way to travel from Bien Hoa to Mui Ne is to take a mainline train as far as Binh Thuan Railway Station and then to travel by road to Mui Ne itself. Travel by train is a more enjoyable option than travelling via the congested roads to Mui Ne, especially in the high season.
Train Times from Bien Hoa to Binh Thuan
There are 7 direct train services a day from Bien Hoa to Binh Thuan.
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- The fastest train from Bien Hoa to Binh Thuan is Train #SE2 which departs from Bien Hoa at 22:34 and is scheduled to arrive 2 hours 36 minutes later at 01:10.
- The slowest train from Bien Hoa to Binh Thuan is Train #SE10 which is scheduled to complete the journey in 3 hours 19 minutes.
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Location of Bien Hoa Train Station
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About Binh Thuan and Mui Ne
By road, Binh Thuan Railway Station is 39.5 km from Mui Ne. Mui Ne is a 12 km strip of coast with great beaches and lots of resorts, bars and restaurants. Mui Ne is real ‘holiday town’ and what attracts a significant proportion of the foreign visitors is that the beach has great conditions for wind surfing and kite surfing, indeed, some enthusiasts believe that Mui Ne is on the level as Boracay in the Philippines as a place to come for kite surfing. The most built up part of Mui Ne is actually not Mui Ne, but the village of Ham Tien which is often referred to as Mui Ne by visitors.
Other attractions in and near Mui Ne include:
- Po Shanu Cham Towers: 9th Century temple built by the people of the Cham civilisation, located north east of Phan Thiet town.
- Mui Ne Market: Located by Mui Ne harbour, Mui Ne Market is a great place to come to eat freshly steamed crab and shellfish overlooking the boats that caught them.
- Sand Dunes: There are two sets of large sand dunes near Mui Ne to walk up and slide down.
- Ta Cu Mountain: To the west of the town of Phan Thiet, Ta Cu Mountain is a 563 metre tall hill with two hill top pagodas and two very large Buddha statues. You can ascend to the top of the hill by cable car.