Centara Mirage Resort Mui Ne Welcomed First Guests To The Sunny Side Of Mui Ne
Residents in Vietnam can now celebrate the sunny side of life at the “Explorer’s Playground” with total peace of mind.
Centara Mirage Resort Mui Ne, the second Mirage family-centric themed-resort worldwide managed by Centara Hotels & Resorts (*), has been ecstatic to welcome the very first family guests since Binh Thuan Province officially resumed tourism activities on October 24, 2021 (**).
Debut in the third quarter of 2021, Centara Mirage Resort Mui Ne is inspired by the rich maritime heritage of Binh Thuan and the Mediterranean, transporting guests back to a romantic era of intrepid sailors and seafaring explorers. Perfectly overlooking the East Sea and Mui Ne Fishing Village and centered around a dramatic themed water park, complete with sailing ship, pools, slides, a lazy river and cliff-jumping rock, this fully integrated “Explorer’s Playground” offers endless adventures with 984 rooms and pool villas, fantastic family facilities, multiple culinary & meeting destinations, and separate spas for parents and children.
“Rest assured that the highest standards of health and well-being of our guests and employees are our most important priority, so travel worry-free knowing that all eligible staff have been vaccinated,”
commented Franck Rodriguez, General Manager of Centara Mirage Resort Mui Ne.
“Guests of all ages are invited to embark on their own voyage of discovery, stay and play together at our resort,”
Residents in Vietnam can now celebrate the sunny side of life at Centara Mirage Resort Mui Ne with total peace of mind. Cautious travelers will take pleasure in the fact that the resort is aligning itself in adherence with the local government’s safety measures and the certified Centara Complete Care program (***).
“We are delighted to contribute to the recovery of Binh Thuan tourism and the “national tourist site” Mui Ne destination. We are in a very crucial moment for building and sustaining the recovery momentum of Vietnam’s tourism ecosystem, alongside with Binh Thuan’s continuous improvement in infrastructures,”
Rodriguez commented. Meanwhile, Vietnam’s aviation authorities have proposed a detailed four stages to resume international commercial flights starting later this year to help reboot the tourism industry (****).
Known as the “Resort Capital of Vietnam”, Mui Ne offers visitors the chance to enjoy quad biking at White Sand Dunes, sandboarding down the Red Sand Dunes, or cultural experiences to discover fishing villages, dragon fruit farms and Cham ruins – remnants of the ancient Champa Kingdom that once ruled south-central Vietnam. Travelers can also visit the jungle-clad Ta Cu Mountain, where a two-hour trek or short cable car ride to the top brings visitors to the largest reclining Buddha in Vietnam.