10:54 pm - Sunday November 19, 2017

Introduce about Phu Quoc Travel

As a large off-shore island, Phu Quoc is just over 60 nautical miles from Ranh Gia of Kien Giang province and nearly 300 nautical miles from Laem Chabang of Thailand. It is presently the largest island with 62 km long and 3 to 28 km wide. It is known as the island of 99 mountains for splendid sandstone chains ranging form northern to southern edges.

Talking to Phu Quoc, people often instantly think of fish sauce its high quality specialty made from anchovy and so rich in protein. As such, many domestic visitors can leave the island with certain bottles or boxes of fish sauce Phu Quoc.

Phu Quoc experiences the sub-equatorial climate with two separated seasons: rainy in October only and dry season from November to September. Trips visited Phu Quoc could be take almost year around and especially impressive under sunny clear weather.

Besides swimming at fantastic blue water and white sandy beaches, visitors could take their time to enjoy the beautiful landscape of the southern heaven and earth and observing the wild animals. The island also houses many harbors such as Hon Thom, An Thoi and several historical sites and Phu Quoc Prison.

Highlights of Phu Quoc:

Phu Quoc National Reserve – featuring with diversity of fauna and flora species of Vietnam.
Phu Quoc Prison – historical site with enormous distinctive vestiges are on display
Mai Chua Fishing Village – characteristically depicts the life of sincere local residents.
Su Muon Pagoda – religious site of the local is worth visiting for special architectural styles.
Coi Nguon Phu Quoc Museum –the museum is ideal destination for those who want to learn about the history of the island.

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