Phan Thiet boasts one of the best courses in Vietnam – the Sea Link Golf Club. An outstanding natural site with sand dunes, sea breezes and fantastic sea views, Sea Link winds through a pleasing obstacle course of windswept dunes and shimmering water hazards, with coastal breezes shaping its character day-by-day. It has the feel and the playability of early Scottish seaside courses in a tropical climate. Little wonder then what Sea Link has garnered worldwide acclaim. It was identified as one of the top 10 resort courses in Asia by Asian Golf Monthly magazine
HON ROM BEACH & DUNES
A fleet of vintage jeeps are at your beckon, which you may choose to take north of Mui Ne Beach. Here, spectacular sand dunes will envelop you in a Sahara-like scene from an Egyptian movie, a truly astounding sight.
TA CU MOUNTAIN
Whether you reach it with a short hike or a cable car ride, this mountain adventure provides a chance to sight rare birds and exotic wild life within its rainforests. At its peak sits a pagoda, as well as the largest reclining Buddha in all of Vietnam.
VINH HAO MINERAL SPRINGS
Its supposed, mystical healing qualities may be a legend, but what is undeniable is the Springs’ therapeutic refreshment and pleasant vistas.
CAPE MUI NE
An impressive arc of sand that stretches 21 kilometers is a refuge for an entire fleet of fishing boats on a sparkling ocean. One of Phan Thiet’s most popular attractions.
A scenic stream flanked by red canyons as well as white sand cliffs are home to fascinating flora and fauna — wild flowers, butterflies, freshwater fish, and the occasional crab.
PHAN THANH VILLAGE
This Cham village will take you back in time, to ancient Vietnam. Located around 60km from Phan Thiet, yet almost a world away.
Priceless statues and artifacts await your discovery at Bac Binh. One of the few places in Vietnam to view remnant articles from the ancient Champa kingdom.
PO SHA NU TOWER
Three towers that best characterize Cham architecture remain standing, surrounded by the ruins of their counterparts. A vestige of Cham civilization, each dates back to the Eighth Century and they silently speak their story.
PHAN THIET HARBOR AND FISH MARKET
Painted in the brightest imaginable hues, fishing boats dock and busy themselves with trade, as they have done for centuries. A sight to behold, and a definite masterpiece in the making for photographers.