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Fishing boats in the Mui Ne bay, Vietnam
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Fishing boats in Mui Ne. 

The small town of Mui Ne is located on a cape jutting into the South China Sea at 22 km of north-east of Phan Thiet City. This town is famous for its thriving piscatory settlements engaged in fishing on the high seas, as well as for its highly praised fish sauce Nuoc Mam. Besides, now Mui Ne is one of the best resorts in southern Viet Nam, proven as an ideal place for a relaxing holiday.

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