“With 150 km of sea line stretching from north to south, Phu Quoc owns many famous beaches that attract visitors by the wild natural landscape, the jade sea water, the charming and splendid beauty like heaven. The sunlight shines through the West of Island in the dry season from October to April in next year and through the East of Island in the rainy season from May to October. It is really a reliable place for tourists coming here at any time of the year to put aside all work pressure and enjoy of relaxing time for peace in mind.”
An Thoi Archipelago
With unspoiled beauty attracting thousands of tourists every year, An Thoi Archipelago not only has a critical economic and military position, but also takes place of many busy trade activities with many large and small fish markets. Including 18 large and small islands in which there are many famous islands with unique beauty and beautiful beaches such as Thom Islet, Mong Tay Islet, Dam Ngang Islet, May Rut Islet, Kim Quy Islet, Kho Islet and Roi Islet.
Today, tourists know Thom Island with its long winding coastline, poetic and unspoiled beauty at Nam Beach, Nom Beach, and Chuong Beach. There are not only swimming but also sea activities such as diving to see colorful coral reefs, windsurfing, canoeing, paragliding, kayaking, squid fishing at night, and having fun at the rotating slides at Sun World water park.
Dam Ngang Islet
Also known as Gam Ghi Islet, the sea water here is so clear that the bottom can be seen, the sea surface is full of countless large rocks that, although eroded over time, is still solid enough for tourists resting, relaxing and sunbathing after a comfortable swimming.
Mong Tay Islet – a selfie sightseeing spot
Local people call this islet a “lonely fairy” because the island is isolated from shipping and does not belong to any archipelago. Once, Mong Tay Islet was the place where many nail trees (also known as sea buckthorn trees) lived. Over time, the number of sea cedar trees gradually decreased, giving way to thousands of coconut trees with a wide canopy full of fruit growing instead.
The blue color of the sea and the sky seem to blend into one, highlighting the shimmering golden sand in the sunlight. Snorkeling to see sea anemones and corals or floating on the waves and eating seafood is an interesting experience.
May Rut Islet
Located about 10 km west of An Thoi Port and one of the most remote islet of Phu Quoc. The gentle nature with the pristine scenery of poetic features on the beach makes visitors feel that the journey is worth to forget all the worries of life.
Located not far from Ham Ninh fishing village, It is an interesting journey for tourists swimming at Vong beach then transfering to fishing village to enjoy fresh seafood. Waves on Vong beach are very smooth, going out a few hundred meters but still shallow. When the water is low, the vast sandy beach runs far away, when the water rises, it floods the beach to the edge of the primeval forest. Bai Vong still maintains the pristine beauty of nature, it is great to come here in the early morning or on moonlit nights to fully enjoy the beauty of the Phu Quoc sea.
Coming to Sao Beach, visitors will be surprised by the wonderful beauty of the blue sea with white sand stretching along the shore, especially from May to the end of September. The calm water surface next to the coconut groves with the sand in the middle form a 7 km long curved beach like a crescent moon, it deserves the title of Top 10 most pristine beaches in the world voted by CN Traveler.
The name “Sao Beach” originates from an interesting natural phenomenon, when the night covers, thousands of starfish begin to migrate ashore, creating an extremely strange image. The quiet space, fresh climate, gentle sandy shore, and no slopes or stones, make this very suitable for families traveling with young children. Coming to Phu Quoc without witnessing the wild beauty with cool water, golden sunshine and the sound of waves crashing at Sao beach is a very regrettable trip.
Located 25km from Duong Dong Town to the south of the island, about 2km from Sao beach through a small path, Khem beach has the shape of a bow, surrounded by forests on both sides, creating a quiet and peaceful beauty. Previously, Khem Beach was under the management of the military due to its secluded and quiet terrain suitable for rehearsals, but now there have been many projects to build luxury resorts. Khem Beach not only attracts visitors by the quietness of the long, powder-like white sand but also has many delicious specialties, including delicious Trich fish salad and grilled urchin after swimming, kayaking, fishing at Gieng Tien, or night squid fishing with local fishermen.
Gieng Tien Beach
Is an isolated beach located far from Khem beach through long and craggy rapids. Visitors can only get here by boat, by climbing rapids, or by walking through the forest. Not only it is home of the famous Gieng Tien relic, but it is also an attractive beach with a primitive natural landscape almost untouched by humans.
Located on Tran Hung Dao street, along the southwest beach of the island stretching gently for nearly 20 km from Dinh Cau to Khoe Tau Ru, Truong Beach is known by locals as the “Phu Quoc soul” because of its ability to change the color of the clear sea surface by reflecting sunlight at different times of the day. Truong Beach is also the most favorable beach in Phu Quoc with thousands of coconut and poplar trees running along the coast, making the scene more idyllic and poetic. Bathing in the cool blue water, walking barefoot on the sand, hunting for corners of the sea mixed with rapids, eating seafood, and watching the sunset gradually fall on the sea are moments to relieve all stress in the day life.
Ba Keo Beach
Included in the list of the most attractive beaches in Phu Quoc, located along the center of Duong Dong to Cua Lap, Ba Keo Beach is not only romantic with smooth sand but also attractive with many convenient services here. Tourists stop to rest and enjoy their stay at luxury resorts, enjoy seafood, play skateboarding and immerse themselves in the cool water when coming to Ba Keo Beach.
Dinh Cau Cape
As part of Truong Beach, this place is also known as Duong Dong Beach due to the convenience of being located near the Phu Quoc night market, many tourists come to enjoy and hunt for photos, along with many rocky rapids formed to create the unique terrain. It is not only a great place to watch the sunset on the beach, but also a place to visit the ancient Dinh Cau Temple with mossy tiled roofs under the canopy of ancient pine trees.
Ong Lang Beach
About 7km from Duong Dong to the northwest of the island, Ong Lang Beach is not long but interrupted by stone blocks creating a distinct beauty. The mild calm waves, and beautiful natural scenery when the sunlight is slowly rising from the sea surface, reflecting the clear blue water and creating a bright pink color on the horizon line. This is also a place where international tourists come in large numbers, especially in the dry season to feel the wind blowing in their ears, the blue poplars swaying with the wind to create a lovely song, witnessing the cliffs that bring the thorny appearance, swaggering, rebellious. Swimming, sunbathing, enjoying seafood, barbecue, watching the sunset, fishing, snorkeling, and kayaking are interesting experiences with Ong Lang Beach.
Cua Can Beach
With a length of about 3 km in the area where the Cua Can river flows into the sea, Cua Can Beach has a special feature due to the intersection between the ocean and the river’s flow, creating a unique floating sand strip. Possessing an arc-shaped white sand bank next to the rich natural green carpet, Cua Can Beach looks like a graceful drawing of nature with the sparkling sea surface. There are not many tourist services here, but in return, visitors will enjoy the primitive beauty of the primeval forest system when immersed in the cool water and experience the daily life of local fishermen.
Vung Bau Beach
Wildly hidden between Ong Lang Beach and Dai Beach, Vung Bau Beach is also known as Crescent beach due to its unique crescent-shaped sand beach and diverse marine flora such as palm trees, poplars, and coconut trees. run along the beach. This place attracts visitors through swimming activities to enjoy the fresh air, kayaking, scuba diving to see corals, and especially the system of affordable motels, hotels, and homestays that are always ready to serve.
Equally famous as Sao Beach is Dai Beach located in the northwest of the island from Cua Can to Ganh Dau, about 1,500 meters long, international tourism experts consider this to be one of the 13 most pristine and beautiful beaches in the world. from October to April of the following year. Due to being located next to the primeval forest area spreading close to the sea, the atmosphere is always cool and airy. Visitors love Dai Beach because of the clear blue sea water, rows of green poplar, coconut trees whispering day and night, and especially the golden sand color in the sun and wind. The resort complex of Vinpearl Phu Quoc with the most luxurious resorts and hotels is also located along Dai Beach, increasing the attractiveness of tourists coming here.
Sang Giau Beach
Located parallel to Dai Beach, many people do not know about the existence of Sang Giau Beach. To go to this beach, visitors have to cross the forest road and after that, the exhaust will disappear when seeing the pristine beauty of the sea breeze space with delicious seafood dishes and special bamboo chicken dishes prepared under the shade of forest trees.
Ganh Dau Cape
Located quite far from Duong Dong center to the northwest of the island next to the sea, Ganh Dau Cape is sparsely populated, so Ganh Dau Beach is lonely and rustic with a rough wild character. The clear blue water surface can be seen from the bottom. The sea connects with the long sand far away and the sand connects with the dark green forest of one color, all blending into a soft curved mass like a crescent moon that is gently lapped by the waves day and night like a love song caressing in the sky. wind. At the end of Ganh Dau Beach, there is a rocky reef with all kinds of strange shapes that has been carved by the waves over the years, creating a very strange whole. Locals call this the “stone heroes” standing guard for the peace of the village. This is also a place to anchor fishing boats to exchange and buy, so enjoying seafood is really hot and attractive after asking people to process it on the spot.
Doi Moi Islet
Is a small island located opposite Vinpearl Phu Quoc. Because tourism has not been exploited, the service is almost nonexistent, the beach is still pristine, only for tourists who love nature, and want to find the simplicity of creation.
Rach Vem Beach
The ideal destination for travelers who want to combine exploring nature and enjoying food. About 40 km from the center of Duong Dong, Rach Vem is a relatively small and quiet fishing village, the beach has smooth sand covered with wild moss that will satisfy the experience of visitors coming to swim in the cool blue water and watch starfish. Visiting Rach Vem fishing village which is the raft house floating in the sea and enjoying seafood, especially at the most beautiful time from November to March next year. There have been many projects to build resorts with modern equipment worth millions of dollars here.
It is the “forgotten fairyland” located in the northeast of the islet, this area is still wild and not known to many tourists. Standing on the beach, you can easily see the territory of Cambodia.
35 km from Duong Dong winding forest road, Thom beach has dark yellow sand, the overwhelming view of the mountains here will make visitors surprised when they arrive. Legend has it that in the reign of Lord Nguyen Anh, once, Mrs. Kim Giao, the king’s wife, brought a buffalo to the island and chose this area to graze the buffalo, residents remembered and named this area” lying buffalo”.
From the position of Thom Beach, one can see the Cambodian border and the charming scenery of the country. Especially when coming to Thom beach, visitors can cross a road on the sea about 100m to discover unspoiled Hon Mot filled with the purple color of water spinach. This place is sparsely populated, so there is no tourism service, and only suitable for tourists to explore, visit and hunt for strange and beautiful scenery.