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Looking for accommodation in Mui Ne, Vietnam

Postby kitezup » Thu Sep 01, 2011 11:01 am

I am travelling to Mui Ne in December-January with my family, so i am looking for a house/ apartment to rent for the period of 2 months. Anyone has any tips or connections I would love to hear them.

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Re: Looking for accommodation in Mui Ne, Vietnam

Postby aircatcher » Thu Sep 01, 2011 8:43 pm

Here is Alex or Tien email, He speaks fluent French,English and Vietnamese,he own a surf shop at Mui Ne beach.He's also managing some resort properties there.You can get a room for $15/day .

etienne@kiteboarding-vietnam.com

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Re: Looking for accommodation in Mui Ne, Vietnam

Postby aircatcher » Thu Sep 01, 2011 9:53 pm

Mui Ne is more like an international kitesurf/windsurf beach town .It can get real busy and crowded around that time (peak season),you really need to book early. They now have their web site for review,used gears sale,accommodation and forum,check this out

http://www.kitesurfing-muine.com/forum/phpbb3/index.php

http://www.kitesurfingmuine.com/

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Re: Looking for accommodation in Mui Ne, Vietnam

Postby kitezup » Fri Sep 02, 2011 11:31 am

Thanks, but found those links already. I am moe interested in longer term rental (2-3 months) of a house, instead of getting a room ..... anyone ??

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Re: Looking for accommodation in Mui Ne, Vietnam

Postby ChickenTikka » Sun Sep 11, 2011 1:11 pm

Booking early might be good, but in general anything that actually accepts proper reservations is probably gonna be fairly expensive.

I showed up there on December 27th last year. Indeed most places were fully booked. I looked around and found a decent place for 30 dollars a night / breakfast included.

If you are looking for 2/3 months then you should show up, book a hotel and look around for a day or two for long term setup. Ding.


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