Phu Quoc island is known for its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, and lush forests. It's an ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and indulge in the beauty of nature.
Bai Sao Beach, as known as Star Beach, located around 25km from the capital of Phu Quoc island is an ideal place to escape from the hustle and bustle of a busy life. It has a perfect beach, white powdery sand, jungle backdrop and so many swaying palm trees for tourists to enjoy.
The Dinh Cau Temple, perched on top of rocks at the mouth of the Duong Dong River, is where Phu Quoc fishermen worship the sea goddess, Thien Hau. Climb the 20 winding stone steps, which can be slippery at times, to reach the top and marvel at the sea beyond it that is awaiting you at the top. Located next to the Duong Dong Fishing Harbour, it features a brightly coloured lighthouse and a Buddhist shrine, making it a popular photography spot among travellers.
The majestic waterfalls is well worth a visit for those looking to experience the natural beauty of Phu Quoc, or a swim in a natural rock pool.
The Phu Quoc Night Market is a must-visit for travellers on the island. The market offers a plethora of dining and shopping opportunities, which range from Phu Quoc specialties such as pepper and sim wine to souvenirs, snacks, beverages and even fresh seafood at affordable prices.
A short trip to Ho Quoc Pagoda will give you a chance to discover more about the enchanting Vietnamese culture. The pagoda sits in a special Feng Shui setting between the mountains and the ocean. This setting gives a sense of total protection to the people, hence the name Ho Quoc, which means "Protecting the Country".
Allow us to arrange a short trip for you to discover the Phu Quoc National Park, a UNESCO Site of Kien Giang Biosphere Reserve. Covering an area up to 31,422 hectares with 1,164 plant species and 206 animal species, it is a great place for a hike.