Ong Doi Cape

Ong Doi (The Captain) is the name of a cape of the end of Phu Quoc island in the South East.
Ashy Drongo

With approximately 132 bird species on Phu Quoc Island , tourists are able to admire birds as well as nature's masterpieces.
Nguyen Trung Truc Temple in Phu Quoc

Nguyen Trung Truc was born in Long An province, the South of Viet nam on 1837.
Cua Can beach

Cua Can village is a true tropical delight with its local houses built on stilts right over the river, and local inhabitants hurrying around in their conical hats.
Da Ban waterfall Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc Scenic views include some of the best sights that nature has to offer, from the many waterfalls to the variety of plantations on the island. >> mekong delta tour ho chi minh >> Suoi Tien –...
Fairy stream

Fairy Stream, or Suoi Tien in Vietnamese, is a small stream near the fishing village Ham Ninh that is hard to find, but worth a visit. >> Sung Hung Pagoda >> Da Ba Waterfall Suoi Tien is natural and...
Da Ban waterfall

Da Ba waterfall is a tourist destination “Well hidden, the long journey here involves bumpy dirt roads with no signage, but is worth the effort. More of an elevated stream than a waterfall, water babbles...
Coi Nguon museum

Coi Nguon Museum is one of the largest private collections in Vietnam and definitely worth a visit if you are interested in the history, culture and nature of Phu Quoc Island. Bảo Tàng Cội Nguồn...
Sung Hung Pagoda

Sung Hung Pagoda, following the Mahayana, is one of the oldest pagodas in Phu Quoc. It lies at the foothill of a mountain near the Duong Dong town center. No information exists as to...
Dinh Cau temple

Cau temple, also called Dinh Cau is probably the most prominent landmark of Vietnam’s Phu Quoc Island. That may be because it’s centrally located in Duong Dong right next to the tourist area. Dinh...