Sights in Phu Quoc Island

18/05/2016 00:32

Cao Dai Temple (Duong Dong)

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18/05/2016 00:26

Suoi Da Ban

Suoi Da Ban is a white-water creek tumbling across some attractive large granite boulders. There are deep pools and it’s nice enough for a dip. Bring plenty of mosquito repellent. For the falls, the best months to visit are between May and September – by the end of the dry season there’s little...
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18/05/2016 00:25

Vung Bau Beach

Appealing northern beach reachable via the coastal road.  
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18/05/2016 00:24

Dai Beach

A relatively isolated northern beach that retains its remote tropical charm.  
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18/05/2016 00:23

Thom Beach

The road from Dai Beach to Thom Beach via Ganh Dau is very beautiful, passing through dense forest with tantalising glimpses of the coast below.  
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18/05/2016 00:22

Phu Quoc Prison

Not far from Sao Beach in the south of the island, Phu Quoc's notorious old prison, built by the French in the late 1940s, contains a small museum that narrates the gruesome history of the jail. A war memorial stands south of the prison on the far side of the road.  
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18/05/2016 00:22

Ong Lan Beach

Ong Lan Beach has a series of sandy bays sheltered by rocky headlands. Several midrange resorts in this area service those wanting to get away from everything.  
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18/05/2016 00:21

Dinh Cau Rock (Cua Temple)

More of a combination temple and lighthouse, Dinh Cau was built in 1937 to honour Thien Hau, the Goddess of the Sea, who provides protection for sailors and fishermen. The ‘castle’ gives you a good view of the harbour entrance and the promenade is popular with strolling locals around...
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18/05/2016 00:20

Cua Can Beach

The most accessible of the northern beaches, Cua Can is about 11km from Duong Dong. It remains mercifully quiet during the week, but can get busy at weekends. A ride through the villages around Cua Can is interesting, with the road crossing the river several times on rickety wooden bridges.  
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18/05/2016 00:19

Suoi Tranh

Compared with the waterlogged Mekong Delta, Phu Quoc has very little surface moisture, but there are several springs originating in the hills. The most accessible of these is Suoi Tranh; look for the entrance sign and concrete tree from the Duong Dong–Vong Beach road. From the ticket counter it’s a...
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