Located in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc Island is an island in the South of Vietnam belonging to a population of 22 large and small islands, of which the largest Phu Quoc island has an area of 580 km2, a length of 49 km. It has tropical climate with two distinct seasons of the year (rainy and dry seasons). Phu Quoc Island is also known as “Pearl Island” because of its rich natural resources and great tourism potential.
Lying on the beach under a parachute and feeling the refreshing sea breeze in the bright sunlight, or watching the small light spots of squid fishing boats far away in the night is truly a wonderful experience. Night fishing is also an interesting recreational activity for visitors. In addition to fishing, visitors can choose a snorkeling program, swimming or simply walk along the long beach for kilometers beside the clear blue water and shady green coconut trees.
In addition to famous beaches, programs to explore primary forests, pepper gardens, or local fishing villages are also hard to ignore. This island is also known for producing high quality fish sauce. With flight times from Ho Chi Minh City to Phu Quoc Island just around one hour, having nonstop flights from other domestic destinations or from some neighboring countries to Phu Quoc Island increasingly intense shows the appeal irrefutable lead of this island.