Phu Quoc’s History

Phu Quoc island
Phu Quoc Island, a sparkling slice of island paradise in the sheltered waters of the Gulf of Thailand. Many visitors to Phu Quoc choose...

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Phu Quoc culture and art

Phu Quoc Island is an idyllic vision of sandy beaches, thick jungle, and clear blue waters. It has undergone many transformations from an undisturbed island with a population of fewer than 1000 people to a topic of contention and fighting between countries and now a quintessential Vietnamese holiday destination.

Local Transport In Phu Quoc

Tourists can travel around Phu Quoc Island by taxi, motorbike or bicycle. We recommend traveling by taxi for a more comfortable ride, and you...

Phu Quoc Island

Phu Quoc island
Like Vietnam itself, Phu Quoc Island has a varied history with numerous nations occupying the island over the past couple of centuries, including Vietnam,...

Climate And Weather

Phu Quoc Island has a tropical climate that varies throughout the year so its worthwhile knowing what weather conditions to expect before you arrive....

The Phu Quoc Ridgeback

The Phu Quoc Ridgeback (or ‘Beautiful Island Ridgeback’) is a rare dog breed that gets its name from the island from which it originates – Phu Quoc in Vietnam’s southern Kien Giang Province. It is one of only three Ridgeback breeds in the world, the other two being the Rhodesian Ridgeback and Thai Ridgeback. The Vietnamese branch of Ridgebacks is the smallest of these three. These striking creatures are part of a very small, select group – because the breed has been isolated on an island for so long the Phu Quoc Ridgeback has an unusually pure bloodline and unmixed gene pool. As a result, there are only 700 pure bred dogs registered and recognised by the Vietnam Kennel Club.

Phu Quoc Island Transportation

Visitors from any country arriving to Phu Quoc by cruise ship no longer need a visa for stays of up to 15 days. A passport with at least 45 days' validity is still necessary.

Phu Quoc Travel Guide

Local Market
After only 50 minute flying from Ho Chi Minh City, you will set foot on the tropical paradise of Vietnam and the world: Phu...

Phu Quoc Island’s Geography

Phu Quoc Island is located in the Gulf of Thailand forms part of the Vietnamese province of Kien Giang, with the closest Vietnamese town...