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Holidays To Phu Quoc Island

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Phu Quoc is a huge tropical island off the shore of Cambodia, although it is a portion of, and solely approachable from, Vietnam. Trimmed with white-sand beaches and with huge areas still concealed in thick, tropical forests, Phu Quoc quickly transformed from a quiet island outback to a must-tour beach getaway for Western travellers and sun-loving foreigners. Past the retreats edging Long Beach and growth starting on the east shore, there's still plenty of space for touring and evading. Plunge the reefs, kayak in the coves, swallow the back-road miles on a motorbike, or just relax on the beach, splurge in a massage and eat the fresh seafood. Phu Quoc is not actually a portion of the Mekong Delta and doesn’t split the inlets remarkable talent to make rice. The most precious crop is black pepper, but the inhabitants here have customarily deserved their living from the ocean. Phu Quoc is also popular all over Vietnam for its making of excellent fish sauce. Immerse in the sun and some Vietnamese lifestyle on Phu Quoc Island, where white sands and tropical waters tempt beachgoers from all around the world. Snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing are the most famous water activities here, but also jet-skiing, wind sailing and squid fishing—yes, squid fishing—are also at hand during your holidays. Tour the early-morning Duong Dong Market for a genuine native encounter. Book holidays to Phu Quoc Island with Travel Center and profit from our all-inclusive holidays comprising of affordable flights, cheap accommodation and adjustable booking options.


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Time Zone

7 Hours Ahead

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Qatar Airways, Vietnam Airlines, Cathay Pacific & Thai Airways



Best Time to Travel

April – June and Late October

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Boat & Motor Bike taxis

Currency Exchange Rate

Vietnamese dong

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Phu Quoc National Park.

Taking up half of the island, this is where nature enthusiasts could view unique wildlife and plants like the long-tailed macaques, silver langurs, otters, and hornbills. Proclaimed a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2010, a section of this green terrain is open to a broad scale of pursuits like camping, hiking, bird-watching, and photography. If you want to try out your tolerance level, Mount Heaven is reachable within a demanding four-hour hike between the evergreen jungle pursued by a 10-meter-high bamboo ladder.

Dinh Cau Rock (Cua Temple).

A peculiarly formed pure emergence alongside Duong Dong Fishing Harbour, which has a lighthouse and Buddhist altar with a rooftop deck. Also famous as Cua Temple, it was built in 1937 to celebrate Thien Hau (the Goddess of the sea), whom natives trust to offer security for fishermen travelling out to sea. There are 29 curving rock steps to get to the summit of Cua Temple, where you would be welcomed with breathtaking sunset sights of Dinh Cau Beach, Duong Dong Town, and nearby archipelagos. There is no fee to enter, and there are lots of food and beverage stalls at the bottom of the temple if you’re feeling hungry.

Suoi Tranh Waterfall.

A 4-metre-high waterfall that’s encircled by rich greenery, various walking trails, natural caverns, and stone ponds. Situated 7 kilometres west of Duong Dong, nature enthusiasts could take delight in fun pursuits like picnicking, forest-hiking, camping and bird-viewing. If you dare, you could trek further up from the major waterfall location to tour Hang Doi (Grotto of Bats), which measures 200 metres in altitude and holds distinctive pillars.

Duong Dong Market.

Situated down Tran Phu Street, it’s the liveliest and biggest open-air fair. The ideal time to tour early morning, where you could watch the natives negotiating hard for household stuff, fresh and dried seafood, meats, sweets and fruit from mainland Vietnam. It also has lots of food stands offering fresh seafood, fruit juices, and Vietnamese food at comparatively reduced fees.

Sung Hung Pagoda.

A blend of two altars that were constructed in the early 10th century, making it the most ancient of its type on the Island. Placed down Tran Hung Dao Street in Duong Dong Town, the front patio has a sculpture of the Goddess of Mercy, potted plants and Bodhi trees while the three-floor prayer hall holds three Buddha figures and complex illustrations of Buddhist fictional animals and myths.

Vinpearl Land Amusement Park.

Presenting exciting water slides, rollercoasters, exterior and interior shopping hubs, auditoriums, 5D cinema, and a broad scale of dining choices, reachable in a 20-minute drive from Ong Lang Beach. Striking road shows, mermaid displays, and customary dances are also carried out every day, making it a perfect place for touring families searching to take pleasure in an enjoyable day on this Island.

Cao Dai Temple.

With two entrances in Duong Dong Town, with the chief (and current) altar situated down Nguyen Trai Street. Established in 1919, this is an authentic religion which unites Hinduism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Christianity, and Islam. It effortlessly sticks out from other shrines on the Island due to its vibrant surface and religious emblems like the Buddhist swastikas, Christian crosses, and Islamic crescent moons.

Ham Ninh Fishing Village.

This place draws tourists searching to encounter the daily life of the native fishermen and also takes pleasure in genuine territorial specialties. A 20-minute drive from Phu Quoc International Airport, there’s also a dock not far from the village, where you could take delight in unwinding sights of radiant fishing boats, Ham Ninh Mountain scale and shoreline, and the Hai Tac Peninsula. It’s also famous for its distinctive foods like sea cucumber soup, tram mushroom, and boiled flower crab and medicinal drinks prepared with seaweed, ginseng, seahorse, and rice wine.

Su Muon Pagoda.

Positioned upon a slope around four kilometres east of Duong Dong Town, where tourists could pay tributes, get fortunes told, or merely revel in the tranquil aura. Constructed in 1932 by accountant-turned-monk Nguyen Kim Muon, this shrine is mainly visited by natives due to its rather concealed location. The chief hall is reachable along a 60-step stairway, holding radiant artefacts and golden sculptures of Buddha. As with many religious locations around the world, do dress appropriately and abstain from making noises here.

Phu Quoc Prison.

Constructed in 1949 by French settlers, this war museum now holds torment devices, pictures of earlier prisoners and displays of savage punishments like crucifixion, food withdrawal, and electrocution. A notable location in the prison is the line of tiger cages, where prisoners were retained in complete darkness and exposed to severe heat and cold for an extended stretch of time.