Phu Quoc Island

Phu Quoc Island Overview

Phu Quoc is a large tropical island off the coast of Cambodia, though is part of, and only accessible from, Vietnam. Phu Quoc is a very mountainous and densely forested Island of 1320 sq km. It is ringed with some of most beautiful beaches in Vietnam, and offers the best seafood in the country. Phú Quôc Island served as a base for French missionary Pigneau de Behaine from the 1760-80s and at one time he provided shelter here for Prince Nguyen Anh (later Emperor Gia Long) when he was being hunted by the Tay Son rebels. The island and its beaches were voted to be “The Most Cleanest and Beautiful Beach of World” by ABC News as from the end of February, 2008.

Get In

  • By plane to Phu Quoc International Airport (IATA: PQC)
  • By speedboat from Rach Gia, Ha Tien and Hon Chong

Get around

  • On foot
  • By motorbike
  • By jeeps
  • By taxi
  • By boat
  • Hop on – Hop off bus

See & Do

  • Sao Beach
  • Suoi Tranh Waterfalls
  • Phu Quoc Pearl Farm
  • Pepper Farms
  • Fish Sauce Factory
  • Ham Ninh fishing village
  • Phu Quoc Prison
  • Phu Quoc Dog Sanctuary
  • Phu Quoc National Park
  • Duong Dong Morning market
  • Phu Quoc night market
  • Dinh Cau Temple
  • Long Beach
  • Cao Dai Temple Phu Quoc
  • Vinpearl Land Amusement Park Phu Quoc

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