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Phu Quoc Island

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Bai Sao Beach

One of Phu Quoc's most stunning white-sand beaches, Bai Sao has just a couple of places to stay. While the beach is beautiful, it is worth remembering that you're rather isolated here, so it's a good idea to have your own transport. To reach Bai Sao from An Thoi, when reaching the sealed intersection, continue north on the sealed road and you'll reach a rise with a dirt road running off to your right with a stack of signage -- follow that for about a kilometre to reach the beach.

  • Ai Si

    Ai Si

    A great deal

    Bai Sao Beach, Phu Quoc Island
    T: (077) 629 0510;

    Located about 500 metres from the sandy beach of Bai Sao, Ai Si offers bungalows at a reasonable price. The guesthouse is a family-run affair and you will probably be greeted and shown a room by one ... Read the full review of Ai Si.

    4 stars USD 10 to 20 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Beach House

    Beach House

    Limited space but worth the price

    Southern end of Bai Sao Beach, Phu Quoc Island
    T: (077) 397 2123;

    Formerly known Long Toi or Gecko Jacks, Beach House only offers only two rooms in the upper floor of the main building. The building is new and the rooms benefit from this, with dark wooden ... Read the full review of Beach House.

    4 stars USD 20 to 50 1 vote Midrange
  • My Lan

    My Lan

    For the upscale Vietnamese market

    Southern end of Bai Sao Beach, Phu Quoc Island
    T: (077) 399 0779; F: (077) 399 1010

    My La certainly caters to the upscale Vietnamese market. The thatched huts of old have been replaced with tile roofed rooms replete with amenities you would find regularly on Long Beach. ... Read the full review of My Lan.

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    2.5 stars USD 50 to 100 4 votes Toprange

Truong or Long Beach

The vast bulk of the guesthouses and hotels on Phu Quoc are located at the northern end of Long beach, a 20-plus kilometre stretch of yellow sand that runs down the length of the island. In wet season, the seas here are rough and not great for swimming, but in dry season it's a placid pool with the gentle lapping of waves lulling you to sleep. Accommodation is split into three areas. The northern part of the beach closest to Duong Dong town is where you will find the bulk of midrange to high-end accommodation. Further south are the more affordable places to stay. Even further south are future construction sites for well known hotels such as Grand Mercure, Novotel and Intercontinental.

Ong Lang Beach

Set north of Duong Dong town, Ong Lang is a sweeping bay totally deserted save for a trio of good guesthouses sitting around the cusp of its southern end. While the beach isn't as beautiful as Bai Sao, this is a good compromise for those who like a bit of company but don't like more developed Long beach. Ong Lang sees a lot of long-stay guests and it's easy to see why.

Cay Sao Beach

Set north of Ham Ninh ferry station, this area is probably the most deserted and undeveloped of the beachfront on the island. The coastline road Duong Dong Dao is not paved and can be challenging for inexperienced motor scooter drivers. Those with a sense of adventure though are greeted with unspoilt greenery and white sand beaches.



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