What’s hot in Phu Quoc?

Phu Quoc is also called the Emerald Island, which has a large, narrow archipelago with beautiful beaches, is the largest island in the Gulf of Thailand. Phu Quoc is the pride of Vietnam with its amazing elegance, much as Thailand has Phuket, Indonesia has Bali.

The world-famous Bai Sao and Bai Dai Beaches cover an area of almost 600 sq. meters and the islands still protected by their wild beauty. You will not only enchanter blue beaches, but also Phu Quoc with mystical jungles, magnificent mountains, and fresh springs.

Residents of Iceland still keep conventional occupations such as fishing, fish sauce, or pepper planting. In Phu Quoc, this practice turns fish sauce services, fishing villages, and pepper farms into tourist attractions that you cannot skip while visiting Emerald Island.

A great Hotel in Phu Quoc is the first thing every seafarer wants for a dream vacation, with its long list of charms.

When you leave major towns, you travel better to save time when the island is isolated from the continent. Focus Asia Travel offers you to choose the best flight for Phu Quoc from different airline and departure choices.

The price of a flight from VND 600.000 – 1.200.000/ticket from Ho Chi Minh City to Phu Quoc is just 1 hour.
The price of a one-way VND 1.200.000 – 1.900.000 flight takes about 2 hours from Hanoi to Phu Quoc.

You just need to drive 10km to Duong Dong Town on your arrival at the airport (about VND 200,000 by taxi).

Phu Quoc is better explored by motorcycle. You can rent a motorcycle at your hotel, nearly all of the hotels offer 120,000 – 150,000 VND services every day.

As Thailand’s largest island, the Phu Quoc hotels vary in classes and locations. Duong Dong Town – the busiest and busiest island center is still the best choice for tourists. This location provides both 5-star hotels and budget travelers inexpensive accommodation.

For those after a peaceful beach holiday, areas close to some of Phu Quoc’s most gorgeous beaches will please you completely.

A long list of places from smart beaches to exotic jungles or even epic adventures you only try on the island will confuse you. You should pick the right time to visit Phu Quoc on the basis of your own interest.

The dry season from October to March is the best time for the sea and the temperatures are not so many, suitable for those who like to swim and sightsee.

Phú Qu Tokyo’s rainy season, usually rains and storms from April to September. Though it is not so ideal for offshore travel, this season should not be seen as it is not as busy and not as expensive. If you love to explore springs, it’s also a smart idea, because the springs look great in the rainy season.
If you are food, you can love Phu Quoc specials such as cocoa soup, Ham Ninh crabs, heron salad, and cool seafood that make your mouth water! You will certainly love Phu Quoc’s special dishes.
Who will withstand sand-carpeting beaches in heaven? What do you expect? For a complete combo between flight and hotel, book Phu Quoc on Focus Asia Travel right now!

 

 

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