For nightlife, options are limited, but that doesn’t mean a good time can’t be had. What with the local community of kite surfers and expats, and the constant flow of tourists and backpackers, there’s always some action to be found in Mui Ne.
A great place to start out the night is Joe’s Place for sundown beers, with a well-attended happy hour, though Breeze Bar probably takes the prize for best sundown drinks. Set up on a hill, the bar has some of the best views in town.Mellow Bungalows have a friendly bar area and a pool table, a good place to get chatting with some local kite surfing enthusiasts or fellow backpackers heading out for the night. Directly across the road is all-bamboo The Sand Dollar, another place to go mid-evening for happy hour and streetside viewing. Guava is a little further along and looks very posh.
Popular with residents and visitors alike, Wax throws themed party nights on the weekends when the area swells with Saigonese weekenders. Another late night option is Jibe’s, a cafe/bar/kite surfing school/nightclub. European DJs bang out different tunes every night until the wee hours here, or come earlier to enjoy the happy hour from 19:00-22:00. Chillout Bar is also another option for those late nighters. Drinks are absurdly cheap and they also serve some of the best (if not the only) shisha in town. The kitchen stays open late as well.