Phu Quoc

Located in the Gulf of Thailand, the Phu Quoc National Park occupies half of this Vietnamese island. Its dense tropical jungle combines with stunning beaches where you will be almost alone.

The pearl of Vietnam

The largest island in Vietnam is a place with so much to do. The most popular beach is Long Beach, about 20 kilometres long and said to be home to the best fish sauce in the world. Dai Beach, Vung Bau and Sao Beach are also great places to enjoy crystal-clear waters, beaches shaded by palm trees and enormous marine biodiversity. In the fascinating day and night markets in Duong Dong, the largest town, you can buy all sorts of local handicrafts, some made with pearls from the popular pearl farm on the island.

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The official currency is the dong. We recommend you carry cash, especially to shop in the markets.
Vietnamese is the most widely spoken official language. A good part of the population speaks English fairly well.
In the areas furthest from urban areas there may be problems with the signal. The quality of Internet access is good in hotels.
The island has a monsoon climate. The average annual temperature is 29⁰C. It rains on half of the days in the year.

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