National Geographic, has named Phu Quoc Island one of the World Top Winter Travel Destinations among 15 favored winter travel destinations. It’s also described as Phu Quoc Island as small paradise by a top Italian daily newspaper Repubblica.
Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam, has a total area of 574 square kilometres and a population of approximately 85,000. The district of Phu Quoc includes the island proper and 21 smaller islets.
Phu Quoc has the most beautiful beaches in Vietnam with warm, turquoise waters; secluded, deep sand beaches; and lush, mountainous interior.
Phu Quoc have an international airport with future international flight routes including Phu Quoc – Singapore, Phu Quoc – Siem Reap, Phu Quoc – Russia, Phu Quoc – Korea…
Phu Quoc Island has a huge advantage for developing Cruise Tourism and had welcomed many luxury cruise ships to the Island.
Phu Quoc offer tourists a wide range of enticing activities from Scuba Diving to sightseeing at numerous historical relic sites and islands.
Phu Quoc also grant 30-day Vietnam visa exemption for all foreign passport holders visiting Phu Quoc Island directly.
Visitors should go to Phu Quoc Island from December to March (dry season), when average daytime temperatures range between 25oC and 27oC.