You can not only spend your day wind surfing or on the white sand dunes while on your tour to Mui Ne, you can also go shopping. Mui Ne shopping scene comprises of boutique outlets selling mostly embroidery, paintings, lacquerware, ceramics and many more. Most of these commodities are handmade and are done up in an ancient Cham style making them unique souvenirs. For shopaholics, you have found paradise in Mui Ne. With a variety of goods being sold, you are sure to carry a lot back home. Shopping in Mui Ne promises a memorable experience for any first time visitor.
The local markets are a must travel for any traveler on Vietnam tours who likes shopping. There are a number of good markets in Mui Ne with fresh sea foods, vegetables and fruits. The local markets are host to hundreds of stalls that sell household items, fresh produce and local delicacies every single day of the week from dawn to dusk. The markets are big and sometimes difficult to navigate as it becomes crowded with people. The best time to peacefully shop in the markets is in the morning when people are scarce and the sun is not scotching.
Mui Ne is renowned for its numerous fishing villages. With Vietnam travel packages to Mui Ne you are sure to enjoy fresh and cheap sea foods like shrimps, fish, snails,clams and crabs. You can also enjoy authentic Vietnamese delicacies at affordable prices. If you are looking to buy souvenirs for loved ones back at home why not try everyone’s favorite, typical nuoc mam cham, fermented fish dipping sauce.
For handicraft enthusiasts you can find a variety of products from paintings, ceramics, leatherwork to carvings made from Vietnamese exotic materials. Mui Ne Handicraft is something you shouldn’t miss on your shopping list. The handicrafts offer a wide selection of incredible mementos made by hearing impaired kids who learn how to sew, paint and make handmade clothes, blankets, jewelry and bags. You can also shop for fabrics woven in traditional Cham patterns and have a local tailor custom make an outfit for you at cheaper prices. You can also purchase paintings that showcase life in Mui Ne as a souvenir. For those buying precious items like art, antiques and jewelry, you should be aware of the policies governing the exports of such products.
The best time to shop at Mui Ne is during the dry season from November to March. During this period, Mui Ne is the sunniest town in Vietnam. You might decide to start off your shopping with a traditional conical Vietnamese hats with is found anywhere. A souvenir too. You don’t to spend your holiday anywhere else other than Mui Ne. Take a Vietnam Visa and get to take part in Vietnam tour packages that will bring you to Mui Ne shopping paradise! And you don’t have to worry about getting around Mui Ne. With the entire area connected by Nguyen Dinh Chieu road, getting around is effortless.