Bamboo Village Resort consists of charming bungalows made almost entirely from Bamboo that blend well with the pleasantly landscaped grounds, giving the entire place a back-to-nature feel. Bamboo Village Resort is located in the middle of Phan Thiet City and Mui Ne Cape. From Phan Thiet to Mui Ne is about 25km.
Emerging on the tourism map just since the late 20th century, Mui Ne, the tourist section of the seaside City of Phan Thiet 200km north of Ho Chi Minh City, features very long sunny hours and average temperature of 27o C round the year. It did not take Mui Ne so long before being talked about by the continents' industry. Visitors who now flock to this Cape land all have their own reasons. Many love it here as they can leisurely wander along endless palm-shaded roads and pristine sandy beach. Many others have their bath warmed up by the clear waves or freshened by the tropical breeze over the dunes around.
Many simply observe how the winds daily change the shape of flying-sand hills and do not reject a board slide down from dunes top. Many others like footing in the cool streams making ways through colorful canyons impressively formed by years of rains. Many are pleased riding to visit centuries-old brick towers possessed by a bygone kingdom and share the surprise about how the ancients could build them up without using any kind of mortar. Many others are even ready for traveling further to trek up rock steps to the 49-m long reclining Buddhist statue, the largest in South-East Asia. Many are seen contemplating the biggest collection of whale skeletons preserved downtown while many others cannot wait visiting fishing villages at the other end of the locality to recall how the families of the old days fished and lived. And many among them come for Bamboo Village.