Phu Quoc THE PEARL OF ASIA


Phu Quoc island and its beaches was voted to be "The most cleanest and beautiful beach of the world" by ABC News and “World's 100 best beaches” by CNN. In 2014, according to National Geographic, this pearl island is 3rd of top 15 favoured destinations for this winter.  

Phu Quoc island


Nowadays, Phu Quoc is Becoming well-known for its stunning beaches, untouched natural environment, the easy going and relaxed atmosphere, friendly locals and fantastic scuba diving and snorkeling. Fringed with coral reefs in crystal clear water covered in dense, tropical jungle, the island of Phu Quoc is the last undiscovered pearl of Asia's white sand beaches, and favored beach escape of sun-seeking Western Expats and Tourists.

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Phu Quoc island has an abundance of places to explore or new things to do and see. Here’s a list of places to see and experience while enjoying your holiday on Phu Quoc: beaches, unique sights scenic views, national parks.

  • The Phu Quoc ridgeback dog

    The Phu Quoc ridgeback dog

    Phu Quoc has its island native dog, originally a wild animal, which was later on trained as a hunting dog by the local people. Nowadays, they are domesticated and it is unusual to go anywhere on the island without seeing one. They have an unusual coat with a central stipe of fur growing in the opposite direction.

  • Pearl farms

    Pearl farms

    If you relish the feel of a string of pearls or feel sated with just one piece adorning a ring, then Phu Quoc island is your paradise. Pearls have been farmed and cultured in this part of southern Vietnam for hundreds of years. Visit one of the pearl farms along Long Beach and Truong Beach.

  • Ham Ninh fishing village

    Ham Ninh fishing village

    Ham Ninh Fishing Village is predominantly involved in fishing and you will find some places in village that provide an excellent source of seafood, including a variety of crabs, lobsters, and local mussels.

  • A Fish Sauce Factory

    A Fish Sauce Factory

    Phu Quoc produces over an incredible 12 million litres of fish sauce each year and has around 85 factories on the island, so it’s well worth visiting one of the many factories on the island.

  • Hon Thom island

    Hon Thom island

    This island is surrounded by other beautiful, pristine islands, that are very easy to travel to and you can participate in fishing, diving and swimming.

  • Discover Phu Quoc island

    Discover Phu Quoc island

    The village is predominantly involved in fishing and you will find some places in village that provide an excellent source of seafood, including a variety of crabs, lobsters, and local mussels.

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