Phu Quoc Island – Come & Enjoy

Sao Beach - An Thoi

Phu Quoc Island - Sao Beach

Sao Beach

Welcome to Phu Quoc Island. Our first destination is Sao Beach. It’s really amusing and interesting to watch people trying to take photos with the swing at Sao Beach. You can find a lot of talented models over there. Honestly, I don’t know how they manage to stay balanced on that swing and strike a thousand different poses. For me, just sitting on the swing and trying not to fall is a huge success.

An Thoi

It’s really cool to take some photos like this with your friends on the way to An Thoi. I think the view is special; it reminds me a lot about my childhood. By the way, my childhood was about helping my daddy fix the TV channel signal. Back then, every house used to have an antenna on their rooftop. People, usually dads, had to climb onto the rooftop and spin the antenna until the TV channel worked.

Phu Quoc Island - An Thoi

Therefore, to do that, another person should be on the ground, looking at the TV. If it were working, then they would shout out for the people on the rooftop to stop spinning.

Ga An Thoi is such a nice place to visit in An Thoi. If you’d like to see Phu Quoc Island from above, then you’ll want to try the cable car.

Ga An Thoi

Rach Vem - Ganh Dau

Rach Vem

The views are perfect. But that’s about it. If you’re traveling in a group, then great, take a seat and enjoy the seafood. Otherwise, I mean, if your group is less than 3 people, well then… spending money there isn’t really a wise choice. Because you can find another place with lower prices and better taste.

Ganh Dau

All I can say about Ganh Dau is that the views are super cool. When I was there, my mobile SIM received a message saying “Welcome to Cambodia!…” It shocked me for a second until I realized that “Oh, I’m just 2.5 km away from the nearest island of Cambodia.”

Phu Quoc Prison Museum

I think there are no words that could describe the feeling you have when you come here. The moment I walked out, I just got the idea that every Vietnamese should visit this place once in their life.

Ho Quoc Pagoda

On the way to Phu Quoc Prison Museum, you can stop by the Ho Quoc Pagoda, a Buddhist temple with an amazing view. One side faces the mountain and the other side faces the ocean, making it such a wonderful place to visit.

Tien Stream - Sunset Sanato

Sunset Sanato

This is such a nice place to enjoy the sunset. Watching the sun turn red and then fade into the ocean is all I wished for. However, I wasn’t that lucky. Just as the sun turned red and was about to sink, a “cute” cloud appeared out of nowhere and covered the sun.

Tien Stream

Quite literally, it feels like an adventure. From the moment you take a seat and hold onto your bike tightly as you navigate the rocky road, to the experience of cooking your own meal. Unfortunately, very few people know about this place, only the locals. Luckily for me, I have a friend who knows a lot.

Photos In Phu Quoc Island

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