Category: Where to see

Phu Quoc sand beach

North Phu Quoc Wild Nature

The specific trait of geography of the North is the richness of basalt soil. It is where numerous of pepper gardens can be found. The scenery of the North is particularly striking when combined with mountains, rainforest, deserted beaches and other uninhabited islets. >> vietnam sapa trekking >> Bai Vong Beach What to discover? You will be […]

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Vong Beach

Bai Vong Beach

Location Bai Vong Beach, on the east coast 15km from Duong Dong, is emerging as an alternative gateway to Phu Quoc. Since it is on the east coast, this would be a good place to stay in the wet season, when the monsoon blows from the west, and seas on the west coast get choppy. […]

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Nguyen Trung Truc Temple

Nguyen Trung Truc Temple

Nguyen Trung Truc was born in Long An province, the South of Viet nam on 1837. He was the leader of the insurrection against French Army at Tan An commune (Long An province today) and Rach Gia (a city of Kien Giang province today). His true name was Chon, in 1859 he renamed himself Lich […]

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Traditional fish sauce factory

Traditional Fish Sauce Factory

For a completely unique experience visit one of the many fish sauce distilleries in either Duong Dong or An Thoi towns. Phu Quoc is famous for its production of very high quality fish sauce which is exported worldwide and is a major contributor to the islands economy. >> Rach Tram Beach >> vietnam halong bay tour Fish […]

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Rach Tram beach

Rach Tram Beach

Rach Tram Beach, or in Vietnamese Bãi Rạch Tràm lies to the north of Phu Quoc Island near the fishing village Rach Tram. Like Rach Vem Beach (Bãi Rạch Vẹm), Rach Tram Beach is one of the less-visited beaches on Phu Quoc Island and nearly totally undisturbed by the increasing tourism. A meandering dirt road […]

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Mong Tay island

Natural Beauty Of Mong Tay Island

Located south of Phu Quoc, Mong Tay island is blessed with turquoise coastline, sandy beaches, crystal water and  lines of coconut trees. When it comes to the beach in the blue “pearl”, many people often only think of Bali, Maldives, or Saloem Koh Rong. However, Vietnam owns lots of beautiful beaches stretching from the South […]

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Bee farm

Phu Quoc Bee Farm

Phu Quoc Bee Farm is the ecological farm invested from 2014 in Phu Quoc. As the first ecological honey bee farm in Phu Quoc Island of Vietnam, they are working to build a sightseeing experience place specializing in honeybee and ecology for all who love the bee. Here, our guests will have time to listen to […]

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Khai Hoan Fish Sauce Factory

It might stink but for connoisseurs of Vietnamese food, a visit to this fish sauce factory is like a pilgrimage. Nuoc mam is the essential condiment of Vietnamese cooking, and they don’t make it any better than on Phu Quoc. There are about 100 nuoc mam distilleries on the island, but Khai Hoan Fish Sauce […]

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Sung Hung Pagoda

Sung Hung Pagoda

Sung Hung Pagoda, following the Mahayana, is one of the oldest pagodas in Phu Quoc. It lies at the foothill of a mountain near the Duong Dong town center. No information exists as to whether the Sung Hung Pagoda was built exactly. >> Su Muon pagoda History and location Sung Hung Pagoda, following the Mahayana, […]

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Su Muon Pagoda

Su Muon Pagoda

The Su Muon Pagoda (also known as Chua Su Muon and Hung Long Tu Pagoda) is a renowned religious siet at Phu Quoc Island. Perched on top of a hill, it was founded in 1932 by Nguyen Kim Muon, a well-respected accountant turned monk. When visiting this site you will see a lot of colorful […]

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