VietNamNet Bridge – Although the national holidays of April 30 and May 1 are still a few days away, resorts in the coastal region of Mui Ne are almost full booked, promising another good travel season for resorts in the region.
Vacationers leisurely walk on a beach in Mui Ne region.
The two-day holidays falls in middle of the week this year, which is rather inconvenient for a long vacation. However, that has not deterred travelers who want to take advantage of the holidays to relax and unwind with their families and friends. Because of its proximity to HCMC, Mui Ne is still a favored option among vacationers who want to escape the hot summer weather with a swim in the cool clear sea-water.
According to a resort general manager, resorts in Mui Ne are typically very full during holiday times and empty during the off-season, therefore last-minute travelers are often unable to book rooms during the high season.
In order to ensure a safe and comfortable vacation for thousands of travelers, resorts and travel agencies are rolling up their sleeves to make sure the tourist sites in the region are in good shape, according to Binh Thuan newspaper.
Beaches are being cleaned and wastebaskets are being installed to keep them that way during the holidays. Unlike in previous years, vendors in Rom Islet and around the sands dunes have been organized so that they may not harass tourists with offers of goods and services.
Formed in 1995, Mui Ne region has over 70 small and large scale resorts dotted along the coastline. The region is responding to the increasing demand for accommodation by local and international travelers by adding more resort projects in the area.