1 of 31 . Bai dai beach (Long beach)

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Bai dai beach (Long beach)

Aptly named Long Beach stretches for almost 20km along the southwestern coast of Phu Quoc Island. Rows of coconut palms stand along its entire length. The beach’s yellow sand is backed by a grassy verge, and during the dry season months (November to April) the water is almost completely motionless; a liquid mirror to the sky. Most of long beach is deserted; only a few fishing shacks made of palm leaves dot the shore, served by a dusty, red-dirt road. There are countless places to stop for a secluded swim. However, the northern end of Long Beach is where the vast majority of Phu Quoc Island’s tourist industry is: dozens of hotels, resorts, guesthouses, cafes, bars and restaurants jostle for prime beachfront space along the paved road leading toward Duong Dong Town. ..Readmore

2 of 31 . Khem beach

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Khem beach

Kem Beach (also known as “Bai Kem”, “Bai Khem”, “Khem Beach” or “Cream Beach”) is another one of Phu Quoc’s white sand beaches located just south of the more popular Sao Beach in An Thoi Town. ..Readmore

3 of 31 . Khem beach

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Khem beach

Phu Quoc is also known as the largest island in Vietnam. Phu Quoc island has been endowed with wild and natural beauty. In 2014 Phu Quoc was nicknamed “Paradise Pearl Island”. It has always attracted a large number of domestic and international visitors. ..Readmore

4 of 31 . Peaceful sunrise at Ham Ninh fishing village

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Peaceful sunrise at Ham Ninh fishing village

Peaceful sunrise at Ham Ninh fishing village ..Readmore

5 of 31 . Peaceful sunrise at Ham Ninh

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Peaceful sunrise at Ham Ninh

Phu Quoc is also known as the largest island in Vietnam. Phu Quoc island has been endowed with wild and natural beauty. In 2014 Phu Quoc was nicknamed “Paradise Pearl Island”. It has always attracted a large number of domestic and international visitors. ..Readmore

6 of 31 . Twilight at Dinh Cau Temple

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Twilight at Dinh Cau Temple

Dinh Cậu on Phu Quoc, also called Cậu temple, Cậu rock or Cậu lighthouse is probably the most prominent landmark of Vietnam’s Phu Quoc Island. ..Readmore

8 of 31 . Thom beach sunsire

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Thom beach sunsire

Thom Beach has a stark beauty about it. Silent, still, hot, sparsely populated, and filled with the scent of cashew fruit and the sound of midday cicadas, there’s something beguiling about this remote northern tip of Phu Quoc Island. ..Readmore

10 of 31 . Vong beach

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Vong beach

Vong Beach (Bai Vong) is an industrial beach located on the eastern side of Phu Quoc Island just south of Ham Ninh Village and about 8kms away from Doung Dong Town. This beach is near the ferry terminal that takes you to Ha Tien & Rach Gia. ..Readmore

11 of 31 . Sao Beach and Khem Beach

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Sao Beach and Khem Beach

If you are looking for that perfect beach, one with white powdery sand, turquoise clear water, swaying palm trees, jungle backdrop, and maybe a few bars to enjoy a cocktail while looking out into the open ocean then Sao Beach is your beach. We have seen most of the beaches in Vietnam and have to say that Sao Beach is probably Vietnam’s best beach in terms of accessibility, water clarity, sand quality and color, water safety (safe for kids, no currents), and not being too overdeveloped (well not yet). If you are a beach lover then Sao Beach is a must see. Have fun here in Phu Quoc and remember to like us below if you haven’t already! ..Readmore

12 of 31 . Sao Beach and Khem Beach

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Sao Beach and Khem Beach

Ranking high amongst not only the best beaches in Vietnam but also in all of Southeast Asia is Sao Beach (“Bai Sao” or “Star Beach”). Located on the south eastern side of Phu Quoc Island in An Thoi Town, Sao Beach is 7km’s of white sandy heaven. The following sections provide you with a general overview of Sao Beach. ..Readmore

13 of 31 . Rach Tram Beach and Rach Vem beach

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Rach Tram Beach and Rach Vem beach

These two seldom-visited beaches lie in the island’s remote north. Thick tropical jungle covers the hills here as they drop down to meet the pristine waters of the Gulf of Thailand. On each of these shimmering beaches, both accessed via meandering dirt roads through dense foliage, there’s a rustic fishing village, totally undisturbed by tourism. ..Readmore

14 of 31 . Ong Lang beach

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Ong Lang beach

Ong Lang Beach is not a continuous beach but rather a series of small sandy breaks in a rugged, rocky shore situated on the western coast of Phu Quoc Island half way between Ganh Dau Village and Duong Dong Town. Here at Ong Lang you can still witness cows roaming the beach, watch fishing boats float around the ocean, and see spectacular sunsets. ..Readmore

15 of 31 . Long beach

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Long beach

Long Beach, or Bai Truong, is the most popular beach located on the west coast of Phu Quoc’s main island and just 10 minutes from the Phu Quoc International Airport. Clear and clean waters, wide golden sand beach, swaying coconut palms, and gorgeous sunsets make Long Beach a photographer’s dream. ..Readmore

16 of 31 . Ganh Dau beach

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Ganh Dau beach

On the remote northwestern-most tip of the island, Ganh Dau Beach is a gorgeous corner of flour-white sand fringed by palm trees and home to a discreet, elegant resort, called Peppercorn Beach. Reached via a bumpy dirt track from a dusty fishing village, Ganh Dau Beach is sheltered and shaded, the water calm and shallow with a cluster of wooden fishing boats just offshore, and the Cambodian islands lying only a few kilometres in the distance ..Readmore

17 of 31 . Dai beach

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Dai beach

Dai Beach (“Bai Dai” or Long Beach”) is a beach located on the north west coast of Phu Quoc Island. It is situated in between Vung Bau Beach and Ganh Dauh Village and faces the Gulf of Thailand. Dai Beach was once considered one of the most pristine beaches in the world however that has changed now as most of the surrounding area has become a construction camp and a parking lot for heavy machinery. Regardless you can still find beautiful remote sections of the beach and have it all to yourself. ..Readmore

18 of 31 . Cua Can beach

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Cua Can beach

As the Cửa Cạn River empties into the Gulf of Thailand it creates a long sweeping sand bar, lined with casuarina trees. This is Cua Can Beach, a lovely undeveloped arc of sand; the choppy sea on one side and the placid river on the other. It’s possible to weave your way through the small fishing village here and onto the sands of Cua Can Beach for a swim. But I prefer to experience this beach from a distance; at the bar of Chez Carole Resort, with a cocktail in my hand, looking out over the broad sweep of Cua Can Beach to the sloping, forested ridges in the distance. ..Readmore

20 of 31 . Phu Quoc pepper plantation

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Phu Quoc pepper plantation

Phu Quoc pepper is famous for its spice and heat, especially the red pepper. In Phu Quoc, farmers do not use chemical fertilizers but organic fertilizers and dry peppers under the sunlight instead of by machine as in other regions. There is approximately 385 ha of pepper plantations on Phu Quoc Island, mostly in the Cua Duong and Cua Can villages and Phu Quoc produces nearly 1,000 tons of pepper each year, as of 2014. During the main harvesting season running from February through to July, only ripe peppercorns are collected by hand and divided into 3 kinds: black pepper, red pepper and white pepper. ..Readmore

25 of 31 . Fishing in Phu Quoc island

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Fishing in Phu Quoc island

Phu Quoc is known for its seafood and as such the Island is great for fishing as well. Some tourists actually come to Phu Quoc for a fishing holiday. There are 3 types of fishing related activities that you can engage in here on Phu Quoc: ..Readmore

26 of 31 . Vung Bau beach

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Vung Bau beach

Vung Bau Beach (Bai Vung Bau), also known as “Circling Beach”, is beautiful crescent shaped semi-wild beach located in the north western part of the island. This beach between Ganh Dau Beach and Cua Can Beach and just south of Dai Beach. The beach is remote enough to feel like you have the area all to yourself yet it is close enough to a few resorts in case you feel like staying overnight or grabbing a bite to eat. From the beach you can see Nail Island (Hon Mong Tay), also known as Fingernail Island. ..Readmore

27 of 31 . Drive Motorbike go through national forest

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Drive Motorbike go through national forest

Located on Ham Rong mountain area, Ganh Dau and Cua Can, green lung of the island contains many rare plants with red soil trails running zigzag. With a motorcycle, you can explore the jungle for several hours. Phu Quoc National Park famous for its picturesque landscape and the extremely pristine beaches without people. ..Readmore

28 of 31 . Thom beach

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Thom beach

Thom Beach has a stark beauty about it. Silent, still, hot, sparsely populated, and filled with the scent of cashew fruit and the sound of midday cicadas, there’s something beguiling about this remote northern tip of Phu Quoc Island. ..Readmore