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InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort

Concierge head shot
Kieu Ngo
Assistant Chief Concierge

Welcome to Phu Quoc, Vietnam's largest and most quintessential island. Our dedicated Concierge team will ensure you have unforgettable memories of this rich history, culture and natural resources island.

Things to do
The Perfect Day


Start off your day by taking in the hustle and bustle of Duong Dong riverside market. This is a great way to experience local life at around 7am in the cool morning when it’s teeming with life and has the freshest fish that have been caught the previous night. After the market there are famous breakfast spots nearby on Bach Dang Street where you can sample local Banh Canh Cha Ca (fried fishcake noodle soup).


We recommend spending the first part of the afternoon walking or biking along the Dinh Cau Pier to enjoy the coastal scenery of Phu Quoc. Be sure to pay a visit to Dinh Cau Temple, the place locals pay their respects to the Goddess of the Sea. Then head toward An Thoi Harbor for a boat trip, and, if you are feeling adventurous, try your hand at scuba diving or snorkeling to see some of the beautiful coral and marine life below the surface.


Come back to the Resort by sunset to join our Lotus Sunset Ritual and a great meal at our Resort or even in Duong Dong town for a local dining experience. Take a taxi to the Night Market in Duong Dong town and get youself a huge platter of fresh Vietnamese seafood. Try fresh Bun Quay (handmade rice noodles) and self-prepared dipping sauce on Bach Dang Street before heading back to the resort to have a nightcap at the iconic INK 360.

Did You Know?
  • Phu Quoc dog

    You might see a lot of Ridgeback dogs ambling around the island - Phu Quoc is famous for this distinctive breed. They are brave, strong and true natural hunters but are usually very friendly.

  • Tropical Island

    Phu Quoc has has tropical monsoon climate with two seasons: a dry season from December to May and a rainy season from June to November. The average annual temperature is 27.7 celsius degree.

  • Phu Quoc is home to Vietnam's best beaches

    Lying in the balmy waters of the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc is Vietnam's largest island and home to some of the country's best beaches with white fine sand and crystal clear water. Long Beach is the main star and other popular beaches are Sao Beach, Ong Lang Beach, Cua Can Beach, etc.

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