Must-see attractions in Phu Quoc Island

  • Bai Sao Beach, Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam.


    Sao Beach

    Phu Quoc Island

    With picture-perfect white sand, the delightful curve of beautiful Sao Beach bends out alongside a sea of mineral-water clarity just a few kilometres from…

  • View over Hon Thom Island coast from Phu Quoc cable car with a speed boat down on the sea and rainforest with som small hauses and the horizon in background.

    An Thoi Islands

    Phu Quoc Island

    Just off the southern tip of Phu Quoc, these 15 islands and islets are a paradise of white sand and blue waters. They can be visited by chartered boat for…

  • Kayaks and water bicycle on Long Beach.

    Long Beach

    Phu Quoc Island

    Long Beach is draped invitingly along the west coast from Duong Dong to An Thoi. Development concentrates in the north, near Duong Dong, where the…

  • PHU QUOC, VIETNAM - 2006/02/10: Fish Sauce Nưoc Mam Vats -Besides fishing, fish sauce - a popular form of seasoning in Southeast Asian food, is the other main source of income on Phu Quoc island. Giant vats of fish sauce, such as these, are used for fermentation before bottling.. (Photo by John S Lander/LightRocket via Getty Images)

    Fish Sauce Factory

    Phu Quoc Island

    The distillery of Nuoc Mam Hung Thanh is the largest of Phu Quoc’s fish-sauce makers, a short walk from the market in Duong Dong. At first glance, the…

  • Duong Dong

    Phu Quoc Island

    The island’s main town and chief fishing port on the west coast is a tangle of budget hotels catering to domestic tourists (although foreigners are…

  • Phu Quoc Prison

    Phu Quoc Island

    Not far from Sao Beach in the south of the island, Phu Quoc's notorious old prison, built by the French in the late 1940s, contains a small museum that…

  • Ho Quoc Pagoda

    Phu Quoc Island

    Climb the stairs of this pagoda, on a remote stretch of coastal road 10km north of Sao Beach, for one of the best views from any temple in Vietnam: blue…

  • Ong Lang Beach

    Phu Quoc Island

    Ong Lang Beach has a series of sandy bays sheltered by rocky headlands, and several midrange resorts in the area service those wanting to get away from…

  • Dinh Cau Temple

    Phu Quoc Island

    This combination temple and lighthouse was built in 1937 to honour Thien Hau, the Goddess of the Sea, who provides protection for sailors and fishers…

  • Thom Beach

    Phu Quoc Island

    The road from Dai Beach to Thom Beach via Ganh Dau is very beautiful, passing through dense forest with tantalising glimpses of the coast below. Thom…

  • Jungle landscape with flowing water at deep tropical rain forest. National Park Phu Quoc Vietnam.

    Phu Quoc National Park

    Phu Quoc Island

    About 70% of Phu Quoc is forested and the trees and adjoining marine environment enjoy official protection. This is the last large stand of forest in the…

  • Tranh Waterfall (Suoi Tranh)

    Suoi Da Ban

    Phu Quoc Island

    Suoi Da Ban is a white-water creek tumbling across some attractive large granite boulders. There are deep pools and it’s nice enough for a dip. Bring…

  • Coi Nguon Museum

    Phu Quoc Island

    With displays on Vietnamese medicines, Stone Age tools, a boatful of barnacle-encrusted ceramics, oddly compelling shell-covered furniture and a small…

  • Suoi Tranh

    Phu Quoc Island

    Compared with the waterlogged Mekong Delta, Phu Quoc has very little surface moisture, but there are several springs originating in the hills. The most…

  • Vung Bau Beach

    Phu Quoc Island

    This is an appealing northern beach accessible via the coastal road. The waves are rough and it's a little neglected, with rubbish in parts, but it means…

  • Cua Can Beach

    Phu Quoc Island

    The most accessible of the northern beaches, Cua Can is about 11km from Duong Dong. It remains mercifully quiet during the week, but can get busy at…

  • Dai Beach

    Phu Quoc Island

    A relatively isolated northern beach that retains its remote tropical charm.

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