Mui Ne Backpackers Resort

Mui Ne Backpackers Resort, also known as Vietnam-Austria House was one of the first guesthouses to open in Mui Ne, back when Mui Ne was a little-known coconut grove with a few woven huts along the beach. From those early days till now, this family-run property has been one of the most popular budget alternatives to the big resorts that have popped up along the main road. Vietnam-Austria House (Mui Ne Backpackers) has long been recommended by Lonely Planet and other reliable travel guides.

Backpackers love Mui Ne Backpackers Resort because of the personal touch bestowed by Aussie ex pat, John Jenkins and his hard working and enthusiastic team. This is a real guesthouse—you are welcomed into a true home away from home where the caretakers are there to serve and assist you. They want to make sure you not only enjoy your stay but that you are safe and secure. Hire one of their bicycles for a day and take in the many colours, beautiful sights and enticing smells that Mui Ne has to offer. Visit the historic Cham Towers, exquisite Fairy Stream and magnificent Red or White Sand Dunes. Your hosts can show you the best places to eat around town, recommend safe drivers and give you tips to make your stay memorable.

Take a convenient dip in the little swimming pool out front, head to the back yard for a swim in the grand South China Sea, and relax all day on the resort beach lounges, the many hammocks or lay out on the white sandy beach. For added relaxation--there’s always cold beer available and wandering masseuses on the beach.

Mui Ne Backpackers are able to arrange kiteboarding and windsurfing lessons at reasonable rates. We also host a ticket office for Tam Hanh, a tourist bus company serving southern Vietnam. Internet is available in the resort lobby and free wifi is available throughout. Many of the beach’s top bars, restaurants and cafes are located within just a few minute’s walk. You won’t find a better location than Mui Ne Backpackers!

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