Things to see and do
Phu Quoc is ringed by some great beaches. Here is the wrap on some of the better known and easier to reach ones. 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 ... read more
Several tour operators on Phu Quoc offer the chance to get off the island and into the sparkling turquoise water that surrounds it. 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 ... read more
Aside from its beaches, Phu Quoc is known for a few other minor points of interest they may be worth peeling yourself off the beach for. 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 ... read more
Phu Quoc is very well suited to motorcycle trips. Be warned that the roads are very infrequently shaded, so wear a hat and drink a lot of water to keep sunstroke at bay. Southern loop Head south from Duong Dong till you reach the junction with the road to Ham Ninh -- take the left turn and ride ... read more
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