Phu Quoc Island which was named Pearl Island, who is also the largest island in Viet Nam. In 2006, the biosphere reserve area of coastal and island district, Kien Giang, including Phu Quoc Island has been recognized by Unesco as a biosphere reserve in the world.
Phu Quoc Island lies in a system of 22 large and small islands creating a Phu Quoc island district, on the Gulf of Thailand, Kien Giang province. The entire island has an area of 589.23 km². Although there are lots of money invested in hotel projects, luxury resorts, restaurants, Phu Quoc Island has retained pristine, peaceful as a heaven for tourists, especially nature lovers.
What makes guests amused and impressed when coming to Phu Quoc is warm blue sea waters, fine sand beaches and the mountains deep wilderness. The most appropriate time to travel Phu Quoc Island is from December to March with an average temperature between 25 and 27 degrees Celcius. The tourists should not to miss enjoying the dish by fishermen caught in the moonlight at Dinh Cau night market.
Phu Quoc is known as “The Capital of Fish Sauce” of Viet Nam. Sweet and sour sauce kind of Phu Quoc is the first product to be protected under the Regulation on the Protection of European origin (PDO) in 2003.
However, Phu Quoc Island is not only beautiful in winter. Visiting Phu Quoc Island, guests will find the tourism potential of this very large island with many monuments and interesting landscapes such as Phu Quoc National Park; Thoi Islands; Excoriation; Historic sites Cay Dua prison; Phu Quoc fish sauce village…
Phu Quoc National Park is one of Southern National Park remains intact jungle and is a convergence of many natural beauties of the forest, sea, streams, waterfalls and mountains.