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9 reasons you need to add Phu Quoc Island in Vietnam to your South East Asia hit list (Emily Hewett, The Huffington Post, 21/02/16)
Phu Quoc is home to some of the best beaches in Vietnam and here’s why you need to add it to your itinerary NOW.
The source: http://metro.co.uk/2016/02/21/9-reasons-you-need-to-add-phu-quoc-island-in-vietnam-to-your-south-east-asia-hit-list-5637802/#ixzz47oH42bG1
For many, Vietnam will be a total culture shock. While the country is outrageously beautiful and enchanting it’s also pretty hectic – the roads are chaotic, the language-barrier-struggle is real, and the heat is intense.
But Phu Quoc is a good place to unwind, relax and enjoy the simpler things in life.
Whether you’ve been trekking in Sa Pa or navigating Ben Thanh Market in Saigon, Phu Quoc is the antidote to more action-packed resorts with its remote beaches and chilled vibe.
If you Google Vietnam beaches there’s some pretty impressive views to behold.
Phu Quoc will be among them.
Most hotels are on the island’s west coast on the island’s biggest beach, Long Beach.
With a shiny new international airport now in place you can fly to Phu Quoc from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Da Nang and Can Tho from as little as £20 each way.
However, it’s also great for people on an even tighter budget as there’s also a number of ferries that can take you 45km to mainland Vietnam or even Cambodia, which is just a stonesthrow away.
The island is 90 per cent national park.
You can hire a scooter or a bicycle pretty much everywhere in Vietnam for mega cheap prices.
But the lovely thing in Phu Quoc is that because it’s so small – taking about an hour to scooter around the perimeter – there’s no chance you’ll get too lost.
Plus the roads are relatively quiet – unusual for Vietnam!
As with many places in SE Asia the snorkelling in Phu Quoc is on point. There’s also plenty of diving schools if you’re after a PADI certificate.