Dinh Cau Night Market is one of should-not-miss attractions in Phu Quoc. This market is famous for fresh seafood, souvenirs made of pearl and other famous Phu Quoc specialties such as Phu Quoc fish sauce, pepper, Sim wine, and amazing dishes.
Phu Quoc Prison, aka the Coconut Tree Prison, is the place of detaining political prisoners and people who fought against the French and American. This prison hides in itself a doom period of Vietnamese prisoners.
Ham Ninh Fishing Village is one of the oldest fishing villages in Vietnam. This village is famous for wonderful beaches and delicious culinary. Though Phu Quoc tourism is developing rapidly, the village remains its rustic and untouched beauty.
Khu Tuong is known as the largest area of growing pepper in Phu Quoc. Khu Tuong Pepper Garden contributes greatly in Phu Quoc economy. Now, it is a famous spot for tourist to visit, take photos, and explore the local life of pepper growers.
Duong Dong Market is the largest market in the pearl island and also home to purchase seafood most crowded in Phu Quoc. Owning an extremely convenient location for trading activities, Duong Dong Market is considered a seafood shopping center in Phu Quoc.
Sao Beach attracts tourists with its wonderful natural scenery, crystal clear waters and white fine sand shores endlessly stretching. Thanks to these advantages, it has long become one of the most impressive tourist attractions in Phu Quoc.
Located in the tropics influenced by oceanic climate, Phu Quoc National Park retains favorable climatic conditions with the diverse ecosystems and abundant vegetation. It is one of the most appealing attractions in Phu Quoc alluring numerous tourists.
Not only is it the oldest pagoda, Sung Hung Pagoda also owns the unique architecture, which has become one of the most popular spiritual tourist attractions in Phu Quoc. The pagoda yearly welcomes a large number of tourists to visit and worship.