Summer is also the time when island tourism is popular. In particular, exploring Phu Quoc is always a topic that many people are interested in and learn. If you are planning to come to Phu Quoc to experience this summer, this article will help you get a better view of this place.
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Find out more about Phu Quoc
Dubbed “Ngoc Island” in Kien Giang, Phu Quoc covers an area of about 589.23 square kilometers. Phu Quoc is a beautiful island district in the Southwest. The island is 120km from Rach Gia City and 45km from Ha Tien City.
Exploring Phu Quoc – a tropical paradise located in the Gulf of Thailand, which is the largest island in Vietnam in the southwest. It is also the largest island in the population of 22 small islands. Phu Quoc Island along with other islands form the large but extremely poetic Phu Quoc island district in Kien Giang province.
For a long time, Phu Quoc has become one of the attractive destinations, being one of the top choices of domestic and foreign tourists. It can be said that this island not only has a poetic, lyrical scenery but also contains many mysteries that have not been fully explored.
Thanks to the incentives in natural conditions, the climate in Phu Quoc is very mild and pleasant. Not only that, the diverse natural division creates many different types of terrain. Dubbed the place with the “blue sea of blue sand”, the journey to explore Phu Quoc attracts tourists because there are both tourist areas, luxurious entertainment and unspoiled scenery, bringing the beauty of nature.
Phu Quoc climate is divided into 2 distinct seasons: dry season and rainy season. In the rainy season, the humidity on the island is very high due to its location on the gateway to the west-southwest monsoon. However, temperatures here rise from April to May due to the influence of the northeast monsoon. However, the average annual temperature is only about 25-27 degrees Celsius.
Exploring Phu Quoc – Paradise of domestic and foreign tourism
Phu Quoc Island has always been voted as one of the ideal tourist paradises in the domestic and international region. On the tourism rankings, Ngoc Island “Phu Quoc” occupies a fairly high position in many criteria.
CNN recently voted Phu Quoc as one of the best destinations in Asia in 2019 and the top 5 autumn destinations in Asia Pacific. For many business people, Phu Quoc is one of the three islands with the greatest tourism development potential in Southeast Asia.
In 2021, Phu Quoc is in the top 100 most amazing destinations in the world because of the great beauty of the natural scenery along with the resilience after the pandemic of this place. Referring to the island, Time magazine wrote: “Dubbed the “jewel of Vietnam”, this waterdrop-shaped fishing and resort island has become one of the fastest growing destinations in Southeast Asia.
In 2019, Phu Quoc attracted 5 million visitors, an increase of 30% compared to the previous year. The island is expected to reopen to international tourists who have been vaccinated in the fall and continue to attract tourists with visa-free stays of up to 30 days.”
Exploring Phu Quoc
Whatever your plan when you set foot when exploring Phu Quoc, surely, the beauty of nature and the architecture here will not disappoint you.
Exploring Phu Quoc through resort travel
Phu Quoc is known as a resort paradise, entertainment center with large scale. Coming here, you will probably be surprised by the massive but also extremely beautiful buildings.
The complexes and entertainment in Phu Quoc are always attractive to many visitors. As a travel enthusiast, you will surely enjoy the places to visit in Phu Quoc. A famous place among them can be mentioned as Vinpearl land Phu Quoc (just changed its name to Vinwonders Phu Quoc). Suoi Tranh eco-tourism area, Tien Stream, Rock Top Stream, Stone Table Stream are also interesting destinations for visitors.
To ensure the best visitor experience, tourism services in Phu Quoc are increasingly complete, diverse and improved in quality. Here, you can take part in exploring the small islands in the south of the island. In recent years, tours of the southern islets of Phu Quoc have become the preferred service of choice for visitors when coming here.
If you like to see Phu Quoc from above, you can join the cable car connecting from An Thoi to Hon Thom. As noted by Guinness World Records, the hon Thom cable car has a length of 7899.9m, this cable car becomes the longest cable car in the world.
Visiting vinpearl safari is also an interesting activity that you can participate in. You can also visit the city in Phu Quoc within 1 day with bus tour in 13 locations
Exploring Phu Quoc through experiential travel
In addition to the resort tourist destinations in Phu Quoc, you will experience the feeling of going up the forest to the sea. With its unspoiled and poetic beauty, in many areas in Phu Quoc you can also join camping with family and friends.
Not only that, for those who love adventure tourism can participate in trekking Phu Quoc National Park – where the ecosystem is rich and diverse. It can be said that Phu Quoc “pearl island” is too famous for its sea, unspoiled islands, where you can relax, and explore the wonderful ecosystem. Learning about nature in Phu Quoc National Park will be a new but memorable experience for you.
You can also participate in conquering Lord’s Mountain, the highest peak and considered as the roof of Phu Quoc. Lord’s Mountain is 603m high, in the Ham Ninh Mountains. In addition, other mountains in Phu Quoc such as The Mountain, Ham Ninh Mountain,… It’s also worth conquering.
In the journey to explore Phu Quoc, you not only participate in the bath but also bathe in the stream here. Some streams such as Painting Stream, Table Stone Stream,… It is also an ideal bathing spot, however in the dry season in these places there is limited water intake. In Phu Quoc National Park, there is also a 7-storey high Rock Peak Stream that maintains the flow all year round. This is considered one of the most beautiful streams in Phu Quoc.
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