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Lonely Planet review
Set around a small cove accessed from a dusty road through a mango orchard, this ecofriendly resort uses solar panels and organic and recycled building materials, and has its own butterfly garden. Strung out along the beach, airy bungalows come with delightful open-air bathrooms. All in all it’s a romantic, if simple, getaway for those who want to canoodle with their sweetie.
Our independent authors have visited Mango Bay and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Phu Quoc Island.
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