Wondering which is best-suited to you and your beloved ones amongst the picturesque beaches of Phu Quoc island? Let’s take a deep look at our list below, which points out distinct features of each besides so many in common including white sands and clear blue water, for an easier decision.
Bai Truong, Phu Quoc Beach
Bai Truong, or the Long Beach, lies peacefully on the west side of the island, wheremost of the hotels and resorts are located. Some parts of this more than 5-mile long heading south to Duong Dong town beach are deserted, others are filled with luxurious accommodation alongside.
Ganh Dau, Phu Quoc Beach
On the north western coast of PhuQuoc island approximately 28km from Duong Dong is GanhDau’s collection of beaches. Here you can find a great selection of food, especially seafood on a beachside restaurant, or maybe a little peace of mind as you discover the village.
Bai Sao, Phu Quoc Beach
Bai Sao, also known as Star Beach, is one of the most stunning beaches of the island. As the beach is a little isolated, you may need some local help if you get there on your own; however, it’s still better to take a taxi. At Bai Sao, you’ll find a couple of restaurants as well as basic accommodation.
Cua Can, Phu Quoc Beach
How about asking for a lift from a local resident to reach this magnificent peninsula placed on the west coast, just 8km north of Duong Dong town? Experiencing some peculiar wooden bridges in the village nearby is also worth considering.
Vung Bau, Phu Quoc Beach
On the upper west coast just a little bit away from the town of Cua Can, approximately 10km to Duong Dong lies a charming beach almost deserted except some local houses and a restaurant on the north. Along the main road there’s also a shop providing diving equipment and services, which will take you to nearby islands with a low charge.
Bai Dai, Phu Quoc Beach
The pristine 2-mile long beach of Bai Dai lies on the upper west coast of Vung Bau. On Phu Quoc island this is considered among the most popular.
Bai Thom, Phu Quoc Beach
Situated around 35km from Duong Dong, on further north eastern Phu Quoc, Bai Thom is partly secluded. The best way to get there is by motorbike, though it’s still a bit challenging in this remote area.
Bai Vong, Phu Quoc Beach
You’ll find Bai Vong on the way to Bai Sao, about 8km east of Duong Dong, with a couple of local restaurants serving exquisite dishes. If you wish to adventure more, just follow the motor tracks by motorbike to more distant parts of the area.
Besides, take a look at The Collection Holiday for the most luxurious and comfortable places to stay in Phu Quoc.
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