About Phu Quoc

Located in the south west of Vietnam, Phu Quoc island together with other surrounding islets founded Phu Quoc archipelago (which is now Phu Quoc district in Kien Giang province).

45km away from Ha Tien and 120km far from Rach Gia township, Phu Quoc owns an area of 593km2 and the population of more than 80,000. The island is 50km long north to south and its largest part is 25km wide. The island is built up with a roughly shape and a mountainous ridge of 99 peaks.

The whole district consists of 8 communes and 2 towns, which are: Ham Ninh commune, Duong To, Cua Can, Cua Duong, Hon Thom, Bai Thom, Ganh Dau, Tho Chu (120km away from center Phu Quoc), An Thoi and Duong Dong township. Duong Dong is

Nature has presented Phu Quoc an astonishing affluence featuring seas, lakes rivers, mountains, deltas,  and jungles – home for lots of precious animals. With a distinctive hospitality, creative brains and hands of diligence, Phu Quoc residents have invented the strong flavor fish source and have grown acres of pepper gardens.

Today, Phu Quoc is a beautiful land, a picturesque spot, an fascinating tourist attraction and a little Vietnam.

To come to Phu Quoc is to live in the nature to enjoy the pure beauty of a primitive island with interminable jungles and deep blue seas.