Soak up luxury and culture by the sea. Unwind in the peaceful confines of our well-stocked library. Plunge into the infinity pool for a refreshing afternoon swim. Fun for all the family is available through our Kids' Club.
Stretch your body and clear your mind with daily yoga classes. Our practiced instructors will guide you through a series of exercises designed to strengthen the body whilst balancing the mind. Private or group sessions can be tailored to your needs. Whether gazing out to sea, or in our studio, yoga will prepare you for the day ahead.
Get active on the sand. Join in family fun with a series of team games. Take your serve at volleyball. Only the strongest survive with our tug of war. Jump along the sand in bags to claim your winning spot. For an energetic diversion and a great way to meet other guests, get involved with our beach games.
Learn to prepare your favourite Vietnamese dishes through this interactive cooking class. Take in the sights and sounds of the local market where you can choose fresh ingredients.
Be guided by an expert chef in blending the flavours together, reflecting the diverse influences of the cuisine from Chinese spices to French techniques. Bring home wonderful new skills and souvenirs such as your Spice Spoons chopping board and apron.
Nestled amidst towering palms you’ll find the stunning infinity pool at Anantara Mui Ne. Lounge on the scenic deck or dive into the cool water for a leisurely mid-morning swim. Situated at the centre of the resort, the pool is easily accessible from guest rooms. Have light bites and drinks delivered to your sunbed as you relax.
Maintain your fitness routine whilst on holiday in Mui Ne. Step into a well-equipped centre for your cardio workout or keep up your strength with a selection of weights. Located on the same level as reception, the fitness centre is open daily for your convenience.
Take some time out with a visit to our library on the ground floor. Browse the shelves for a favoured title or simply settle in with the latest newspaper. Computers are available to research local history and information or simply to connect with friends back home. For some peace and quiet, while away a few hours in this cosy spot.
The Wine Room
The Wine Room offers a connoisseur experience to discerning guests. Delight the palate with rare vintages. Enjoy a selection of Asian tapas. Tailor-made degustation menus are available to elevate your encounter.
Let the kids run wild in a dedicated safe space, a place to make new friends and try new activities whilst under the care of our friendly, energetic team members. Building sandcastles, feeding the fish and harvesting fruits are just some of the pursuits on offer. Creativity can be explored through arts and crafts and there is plenty of play to pass the day.
Special dishes are available throughout our dining outlets for children. Meals are created with nutritious ingredients and balanced calories. Taste Vietnamese and European flavours prepared especially for our younger guests.Please notify us of any allergies.
Mui Ne Sand Dunes
Choose your time to catch the sunset or sunrise on the colourful dunes of Mui Ne. Experience local culture as you visit a local fishing village and stop off by the Fairy Spring. Let the changing colours mesmerise you on a half-day trip in the morning or evening.
Ke Ga Lighthouse Tour
This iconic lighthouse is situated approximately an hour from Mui Ne, and is known for its original architecture. Ascend 184 steps for a magnificent view from the top. Tour Ke Ga Island and enjoy a spot of fishing and a fresh seafood hotpot lunch.
Whether you prefer a cable car to the top or a leisurely hike, the views from Takou Mountain are unmissable. Gaze across the verdant scenery before visiting the Linh Son Truong Tho Temple, home to the largest reclining Buddha statue in Vietnam. At 49 metres, both that and the surrounding artwork are a sight to behold. The tour also includes a visit to the famous Cham towers and a dragonfruit farm.
Phan Thiet Tour
Learn about farming culture and traditions on this introduction to Vietnamese life. Drive through the countryside to a fish sauce factory, discovering how it is made and tasting the flavours. Then board a fishing boat for a trip to remote villages where you can see ancient houses and chat with locals about making rice paper and enjoy some local green tea.