Phu Quoc Island Overview
Phu Quoc Island is a Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. Phu Quoc Island belongs to Kien Giang Province which is a province of Vietnam, located in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam. It is known for rice farming and fishing.
Phu Quoc Island known for white-sand beaches and resorts, most of which are along the palm-lined southwest coast. More than half of the island is part of Phú Quốc National Park, which features mountains, hiking trails and wildlife, dense tropical jungle. Duong Dong is the largest town of Phu Quoc, with day and night markets selling local foods, seafood, crafts, products and fishes.
With beatiful beach and majority activities on the beach, travelers seem enjoying and relaxing with them mostly. Besides that, tourists can also explore traditional villages, theme parks and Buddhist pagodas, all of which are easily accessible via taxi, or motorcycle, or even daytrips by us. In the evening, Phu Quoc appears front of you the dining scenery from local markets selling local street food, BBQ seafood, authentic western foods fare attractive you mostly, and make you can't miss it.
Whether you're here to relax on beaches, explore remote corners of the island, or gorge on the mounds of fresh seafood, you'll soon discover the charms that make Phu Quoc a true Southeast Asian gem. Right from the start you'll find the islanders are incredibly friendly and welcoming, the weather's fantastic, the views are stunning and the local food… well, you'll discover for yourself why Vietnamese and Phu Quoc cuisine is talked about the world over! The best time to visit is November to April when skies are blue, the sea is clear and diving at its best! The dry season and busiest time in Phu Quoc is typically November through to April, when the skies are blue, the sea on the west coast is very calm, diving and boating is at its best.