Mui Nai Beach, Ha Tien - review by Rusty Compass
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Mui Nai Beach, Ha Tien

| 10 Jan 2012


Mui Nai Beach, Ha Tien
Around 4kms west of town centre

Our rating
10 Jan 2012

A pleasant spot for a quiet dip and some fresh seafood while exploring Ha Tien's sights.

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Mui Nai beach's dark sands (not to be confused with Mui Ne north of Saigon) have probably ensured it won't make it to Vietnam's prettiest beaches list. But it's a pleasant spot to chill over a coconut juice and seafood. Deckchairs shaded by palm trees are available for hire and the water's more inviting than the pebble covered sand might suggest. It's fairly shallow and usually calm.

Things get busy here on weekends and public holidays as domestic tourists descend.

Mark Bowyer
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