Things to see and do
Bai Truong Beach Phu Quoc's longest beach is Bai Truong, which is far better known as Long beach. In excess of 20 kilometres long, Long Beach runs down Phu Quoc's west coast and its grainy yellow sands, aside from the very occasional fishing hamlet, are utterly deserted — well, except for ... read more
The most popular option is a full day of either snorkelling or diving -- expect to pay around $17 for snorkelling, $30 and up for diving. Other tours will take you on a circle around the island to a few off-the-track beaches, to the deserted islands to the south, or on a night time squid hunt. ... read more
There are fish sauce factories dotted through Duong Dong town, pepper farms in the centre of the island, and Suoi Tranh waterfall, located 10km southeast of Duong Dong in the centre of the island, though it's more of a river over rocks than a waterfall. None of these are worth losing sleep over if ... read more
Southern loop Head south from Duong Dong till you reach the junction with the road to Ham Ninh -- take the left turn and ride onwards to Suoi Tranh waterfall. The waterfall isn't sign posted, but just keep an eye out for the massive concrete gates on your left -- that's the entrance. There's a ... read more
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