• Enjoy the Magic of Nature at Phu Quoc National Park
  • Take the Largest Cable Car Over the Sea to Pineapple Island
  • Get Close to Animals at Vinpearl Safari
  • Cool Off at Phu Quoc Waterfall
  • See Starfish at Phu Quoc’s Starfish Beach
  • Live the Life of a Local at Duong Dong Market
  • Visit a Pepper Farm and Fish sauce Farm
  • Watch the Sunset on a Phu Quoc Beach
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  • Visit Vietnam’s premier coastal destinations
  • Snorkel around colourful fish and coral
  • Meet fascinating locals in Mekong Delta
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06 Days 05 Nights


  • Visit Saigon half day city & Cu chi tunnels
  • Relax on serene Phu Quoc Island
  • Swim in calm, blue seas
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12 Days 11 Nights


  • Relax on Nha Trang beach and Phu Quoc Island
  • Sailing among thousands of limestone
  • Stay at a seaside hotel
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The best thing to do in Phu Quoc is, of course, to lounge on the beach. You’ll likely hear many different responses when you inquire about the most beautiful beach in Phu Quoc. And that’s because there are so many to choose from, you really can’t go wrong!


Phu Quoc National Park – One of The Best Nature Wonders in Phu Quoc

  • Immerse yourself in nature and enjoy a quiet private space.
  • Admiring with veneration beauty spots of streams, forests, caves and grottoes, beaches, coral reefs and mountains, …
  • . Along the 5-km long trail, you will also have a chance to witness the beauty of Ganh Dau fishing village, which is famous for fish sauce throughout the country.

The newly-opened cable-car ride from Vietnam’s Phu Quoc island to Hon Thom, also known as Pineapple Island, is a genuinely breathtaking experience. 

  • The cable car operates continuously, so you don’t have to wait.
  • Take great photos from the Phu Quoc cable car
  • Watching the turquoise coral reefs and islands from the sky felt like a genuinely once in a lifetime experience.
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What to eat in Phu Quoc

1. Red Herring Salad
This is a local stable favorite dish. The raw red herring sashimi is served with shredded coconut, mint and onion. Quite a wild mixture, isn’t it?
2. Fish and Pork Noodle soup
A type of fish cake soup that is also extremely popular among locals here. Try this at Phung’s or Hanh’s Noodle store on Bach Dang Street, Duong Dong Town.
3. Sweet and Sour Fish Soup
A delicious, sweet yet tangy soup incorporating tomatoes, okra, pineapples and cobia fish. Most seafood restaurant will serve this soup.
4. Crab Soup
A super tasty and unique tomato-based soup made from salt-water crabs found around the shore of Phu Quoc. Try this at Bún Riêu Đức Tấn Phu Quoc in Duong Dong area.
5. Sea food
Because why not? 🙂
6. Sticky Coconut candy
Freshly shredded coconut flakes wrapped in peanuts and condensed milk.
7. Craft Beer
Have some cheers with your friends while drinking this freshly brewed beer.

Sea-vibe activities

Phu Quoc’s warm, shallow and calm waters are just perfect for the best snorkeling and diving in Vietnam, it’s home to many small islands which create a vibrant ecosystem making diving and snorkeling here one of the most popular tourist activities. Though the best time of the year is generally from November to April, anytime when the sun out and the sea is calm is a great time to hit the water to enjoy some great diving & snorkeling.

Best Beach Holidays, Vacations & Tours in PHU QUOC

15 Days 14 Nights


  • Visit Vietnam’s premier coastal destinations
  • Snorkel around colourful fish and coral
  • Meet fascinating locals in Mekong Delta
View more Enquiry

06 Days 05 Nights


  • Visit Saigon half day city & Cu chi tunnels
  • Relax on serene Phu Quoc Island
  • Swim in calm, blue seas
View more Enquiry

12 Days 11 Nights


  • Relax on Nha Trang beach and Phu Quoc Island
  • Sailing among thousands of limestone
  • Stay at a seaside hotel
View more Enquiry

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    To help you plan the perfect trip, here are my top Vietnam travel tips so that you can spend less time stressing and more time enjoying this fascinating country!

    Area: 331,210 sq. km
    Population: 95 million
    Time zone: UTC +7
    Dial code: 84
    Currency: Vietnamese Dong (VND)
    Religion: Buddhism, Christian, ancestor worship and others
    Plug types: 2-pin outlets, flat and round pins
    Voltage: 220V
    Frequency: 50Hz

    Passport validity
    If you are visiting Vietnam, your passport should be valid for 6 months from the date you arrive.
    Make sure your passport is in good condition before arriving in Vietnam. Being refused entry can result in significant cost and a long stay at the airport.
    Check with your travel provider to make sure your passport and other travel documents meet their requirements.

    If you want to stay in Vietnam, you should only do so legally and with the right visa and permission to stay. If you wish to remain in Vietnam as a tourist for longer than 15 days there are two visa options:

    1. Book a tour with a travel agent in Vietnam requesting that the agent applies for a visa pre-approval letter for your travel to Vietnam.
    Visa on Arrival to be handled by AFS Travel
    To arrange for a visa on arrival, please send AFS Travel via e-mail the following information:
    Arrival date; Flight number; Full passport details (number/name/gender/nationality/issued and date expiry)
    It takes three to five (3-5) working days to secure a Visa authorization letter, which AFS Travel will email to you. You must present this letter when boarding your flight. Keep this form as you will need to present it again upon departure. At the airport, your Visa on arrival stamping will cost US$ 25 by cash.

    2. Apply for an e-visa online through the online portal.

    E-visas are issued for stays of up to 30 days, single entry only. Use of the e-visa is limited to certain entry/exit points which you must select at the time of application. You cannot make any amendments once your application is completed.

    Tourists to Vietnam can only apply for 30-day tourist visa. Tourist visas currently cannot be extended. Paid or volunteer work, missionary work, or other activities not related to tourism are not allowed under tourist visas.
    If you are travelling to Vietnam for business, or are an expert and/ or a high-skilled worker you will need to contact your business partner/ employer/ sponsor in Vietnam to work with relevant authorities of Vietnam to arrange the issuance of your visa.

    Vietnamese visit visas are issued to foreign nationals for a limited duration and on the basis that visitors must leave on or before the date of expiry, which is printed on your visa. Those who come to Vietnam to work are required to apply for a work visa / permit. You should check the visa validity and conditions carefully. Overstaying your Vietnamese visit visa or working illegally is a serious matter and you may be delayed from travel until a fine is paid, deported and may be prevented from visiting Vietnam in the future.

    Temple Etiquette: When visiting pagodas, temples or Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum in Hanoi, shorts and tank-tops are unacceptable as your knees and shoulders should be covered. Footwear and socks must be removed in some pagodas. Shoes are usually removed upon entering private accommodation.

    In terms of behaviour, public displays of affection between men and women are considered a bit shocking. On the other hand, it’s perfectly normal for a pair of men or a pair of women to link arms or hold hands, which does not imply any signal of lesbian or gay relations. Upon meeting someone new, people may simply nod to each other or may shake hands. Using both hands to shake someone’s hand while greeting “Xin chao” is a warm gesture of respect.

    Beckoning someone by crooking your finger is very rude. The correct way to call someone over is to wave at them or call their name. Never mind if the locals sometime look at you and laugh or giggle, they simply curious about your ages and why you travel if you are a senior traveler. To ask for the bill in a restaurant or shop, pretend to write on your palm with the other hand. You ‘ve got it.

    Taking picture for a close up one should be asked prior to your click, other than that, don’t aks if you like other photo opps. People are normally a bit shy when a foreigners turn to them and ask something with a camera in hand and they simply turn away. That is why the trick is not to ask if it is not a personal close up picture.

    Packing for a trip to Vietnam can be a bit hard, as the climate varies so much depending on when and where you go. When the weather is not ideal in one area, it must be great in another. While Hanoi is cold enough to bring a coat from December to February, this is an excellent time to visit HoiAn, Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta.
    From April to October, most of the country is affected by south-western monsoons. The rains, which tend to be concentrated in the late afternoon, provide comfort relief to the heat. Travel to very remote areas may be affected by the rains, but overall they should not interfere with your trip. The summer months and up to November are the perfect time to visit Ha Long Bay, as for the blue sky and the water is warm enough for swimming.
    In terms of weather, northern Vietnam is at its loveliest from September to December, when there’s a good chance of clear skies and low humidity. The hottest months in Ho Chi Mink City are April and May, although there is generally a decent breeze. The central highland town of Dalat is moderate all year round, earning it the reputation “City of Eternal Spring”.

    1. Crime
    Most visits to Vietnam are trouble free but you should take sensible precautions to protect yourself and your belongings in big cities and tourist areas.
    Don’t hand over your original passport to third parties as a guarantee (e.g. to motorcycle rental shops, landlords) as there have been many instances of companies holding on to passports against claimed damage.
    You should remain alert and take care of your belongings, particularly in crowded areas and places visited by tourists where pick pockets and bag snatchers operate, including on motorbikes. Consider splitting key items between bags.
    There have been reports of arguments over hotel, restaurant or taxi bills turning violent or abusive. It is well worth researching places to stay before you arrive. To avoid potential disputes, make sure you are clear about the level of service you can expect to receive and any associated charges.

    2. Road travel
    Be alert at all times on the roads. When crossing the street on foot, move at a slow and steady pace with eyes contact. Never stop and step back suddenly since the motorist watching your pace from a far and measure their own speed. Just walk slowly and traffics will flow around you.

    If you’re planning on travelling as a passenger on a motorbike, please wear a good quality helmet and make sure your medical insurance is comprehensive. It’s illegal to be on a motorbike without a helmet.
    If you wish to drive cars or ride motorbikes in Vietnam you will need to present your international driving licence and an International Driving Permit (IDP).
    Don’t use your passport as a deposit for hiring vehicles or in place of a fine in the event of a traffic offence.
    Driving cars or riding motorcycles when your blood alcohol concentration is more than zero is illegal. This is enforced rigorously.

    Metered taxis from larger firms are generally reliable. Where possible get hotels or restaurants to book you a reputable taxi. Always make sure the driver identifies themselves before setting off. If you book a taxi online or through an app, make sure the details of the vehicle and driver match those provided by the company.

    3. Rail travel
    Rail travel in Vietnam is generally reliable. Be aware of the risks of petty theft, particularly while asleep on overnight trains.

    4. Sea travel
    Piracy in coastal areas off Vietnam is very rare. Mariners should, however, report all incidents to the coastal and flag state authorities. See Piracy and armed robbery at sea.

    5. Political situation
    Vietnam has a single party political system, which does not welcome dissent. Some protests in recent years have turned violent, or been violently suppressed by the authorities. You should avoid all protests.

    • COVID-19 is under-controlled in Vietnam but stil remains a risk. Wearing the mask and keep your hands clean always to protect yourself and others.
    • Use insect repellent. Get vaccinated before you travel. Consider taking anti-malarial medication.
    • Rabies occurs in Vietnam, especially in the north. If you’re bitten or scratched by an animal, get medical help immediately.
    • Foodborne, waterborne, parasitic and other infectious diseases include cholera, hepatitis and typhoid. Wash your hands well and often. Drink only boiled or bottled water. Avoid raw or undercooked food.
    • Get comprehensive travel insurance before you leave.

    The currency of Vietnam is the Vietnamese Dong (VND).

    When you arrive or exit Vietnam, you must declare if you have:

    • Foreign currency in excess of $US5,000, including cash and traveller’s cheques
    • More than 15 million Vietnamese dong in cash
    • More than 300 grams of gold, including jewellery, gold bar and raw gold

    You must also present one of the following documents:

    • Written confirmation of carrying foreign currency or Vietnamese dong in cash abroad, issued by an authorized Vietnamese credit institution in accordance with the laws on foreign exchange control
    • Written approval to carry foreign currency or Vietnamese dong in cash abroad, issued by the State Bank of Vietnam- Credit cards are widely accepted throughout major cities in Vietnam.

     ATMs are widespread in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang.

    Check with your bank to confirm if your ATM (eftpos) card will work in Vietnam.

    If you go shopping in Vietnam, bargaining is necessary and actually full of funs. It is also recommended to check prices of the same items in the neighbor hood shop before coming to a deal. If you choose to ship items home, we highly recommend that you buy shipping insurance and check the policy details. As shops are not responsible for damages incurred en route, it is better to be safe than sorry. Beside local post offices’ services, DHL, UPS and FEDEX have their hands in every big cities.
    Knock off products or genuine fake i.e. Luis Vuiton… is of a variety in Hanoi, Hue and Saigon, make sure if there is any problem at your country’s customs before you purchase them home.

    High-end restaurants will often add a service charge of five to ten percent to the bill. While tips are not expected in more casual restaurants and bars, they appreciated with thanks since waiters earn low wages. Indochina Voyages suggests tipping drivers about US$4 – US$6 per day, tour guides about US$8 -US$12 per day.

    Update . . .

    Depending on what you need, contact your:
    family and friends
    travel agent
    insurance provider
    Fire and rescue services
    Call 114.
    Medical emergencies
    Call 115.
    Call 113.
    Take a translator with you to report a crime to the local police. Cases reported by foreigners may be accepted at the discretion of local police.
    Your insurer should have a 24-hour emergency number
    Tourism: Contact your travel provider with any support about tourist services or products.

    Update . . .

    Phu Quoc island, situated roughly 40 kilometers away from the south coast of Vietnam, is an emerald island where modernity meets tranquility. An underpopulated island archipelago quietly tucked in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc truly is a hidden paradise in the making. Its untouched nature and pristine coastline make it a premier vacation destination for wanderlusts to discover.

    Weather in Phu Quoc remains warm throughout the year, however, there are two main seasons in Phu Quoc – wet season and dry season.

    Dry season lasts from November until May. This is the nicest time to visit Phu Quoc Island and enjoy sunny beaches all day. April and May tend to be the hottest months and sometimes temperatures can even go up to 40°C (104°F). Therefore, if you want to venture on Phu Quoc Island during the dry season, but avoid the hottest weather, the best time to travel is from November until March. Do note that this is also the peak season and many tourists will overcrowd the island. If you want to avoid the crowd and don’t mind a little bit of heat, traveling in April might be your best option.

    Sip a glass of cocktail next to the beach on Fingernail Island

    With its crystal clear water and white sand, Fingernail Island beach is the perfect place to sit back, relax, enjoy your favorite cocktail and bath yourself in the blinding sunlight.

    Ride the longest cable car line in the world

    The cable car ride from Phu Quoc to Pineapple Island is 8 kilometers long and offers an utterly stunning panoramic view of the islands.

    Visit a fish sauce factory

    For Vietnamese people, fish sauce is considered to be the “nectar of the gods”, for it makes every dish tastes like heaven. Ever wonder how it is made? In Phu Quoc, there are many fish sauce factories, with raw fish sauce barrels stacked one after another like wine in a winery. Visiting a fish sauce distillery is an exciting experience you wouldn’t want to miss.

    Explore the organic bee farm and pepper farm

    Phu Quoc is also famous for producing organic honey and pepper. The bee farm and pepper garden are great destinations to take some Instagram-worthy photos!

    Visit the Pearl farm

    The Phu Quoc Pearl farm is a great place to indulge in some shopping. It offers a great variety of pearl accessories for you to choose from. Additionally, you will also gain some insights on pearl production here with a short guided tour.

    Snorkel or dive amongst colorful fishes

    Take a snorkeling tour either on the North or South of Phu Quoc Island. Immerse yourself in fresh aquamarine water, vibrant coral reefs and colorful fishes!

    Foodie tour in Phu Quoc night market

    Feeling hungry? Then have a feast at Phu Quoc night market! Once the sun comes down, the market creates a lovely buzzy vibe, with restaurants and vendors selling all kinds of ready-to-eat Vietnamese street food. Furthermore, there are also plenty of fresh seafood store where you can haggle for the price and have it cooked straight away.

    Discover Dinh Cau rock temple

    Right in the main town of Duong Dong lies a temple, a shrine and a lighthouse – all in one called Dinh Cau temple. This is where locals come to burn incense sticks and pray for the sea goddess before setting off on their fishing trips. You can come here to watch sunset and head off for dinner at the Phu Quoc night market, which is only a short walk away.

    Visit Phu Quoc prison

    Originally built by the French colonists, Phu Quoc prison (also known as Coconut Tree prison) during the Vietnam War in the 1960s-70s used to be a place to capture, torture and murder communist prisoners of war. This is a more difficult experience but considering the amount of information on Vietnamese wartime history you get, definitely worthwhile.

    You may visit the islands of Phu Quoc without a visa if:

    your visit does not exceed 30 days
    your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of entry into the country
    you are not transiting or visiting other parts of Vietnam”

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