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Tony Milton MRICS

BSc (Hons) Est Man
MRICS
APREA (CREIF)

General Information

District : Binh Thuan
The site is within Mui Ne Ward, which is approximately 200 km from Ho Chi Minh City (“HCMC”) towards the North or about a 4-hour drive. It is situated above and overlooking the popular tourist beach strip where there are dozens of small resorts of about 1-2 hectares each, and restaurant / bars.

Significant infrastructure improvements are due to be made to the highways in-between HCMC and Phan Thiet, especially in Dong Nai province with the construction of the new HCMC International Airport about 2.5 hours away. A new luxury over-night train service has also recently started which runs to Nha Trang via Phan Thiet station (about 30-minute drive). It is also now reasonably easy to drive from Mui Ne to Vung Tau along a new coast road (see yellow line on the picture).

The subject property is approximately 430,000 sq.m / 43 hectares / 106 acres overlooking the beautiful curving Mui Ne Cape westwards, and about 20km past Phan Thiet City. It comprises a rectangular shaped section of sand dune that drops steeply down towards the sea and coast-road.

• The eastern boundary (about 540m) is adjacent to the famous Mui Ne sand dunes and so, we believe, will remain undeveloped.

• The southern boundary is the coast road for about a quarter of the length ie @280m, after which the site perimeter turns inland at a slight tangent broadly along the base of the sand dune (about 775m).

• The land in-between the coast road and site perimeter is occupied by several dozen ‘shacks’ made from bits of wood, bamboo and corrugated iron.

• The western boundary (about 340m) turns north inland along with the base of the sand dune as it makes way for the small rivulet channel known as the “Fairy Stream” that flows into the sea, along which there is a small dirt track heading inland.

• The northern boundary (about 1,000m) is undefined as the top of the sand dune turns into an extensive, undeveloped sandy plain.

The scarp face of the dune accounts for upto 50% of the whole site area. It descends to the coast at a steep angle which maybe too steep to build roads directly up the slope. Access directly up the west facing aspect should however, be possible. The top of the dune ranges in height (above sea level) from about 60m in the east to about 75m in the west.