Located in southern Vietnam, Phu Quoc is the largest island of the country. It is also known as Koh Tral in Khmer. Most of the island is protected as the Phu Quoc National Forest.

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Tp. Phú Quốc

Phu Quoc National Park

Phú Quốc National Park is a national park on Phú Quốc Island, in Vietnam's Mekong Delta Region. The park includes land and sea area, protecting oceanic species such as dugong. It also contains a variety of landscapes such as wet lands, coastal vegetation and rocky mountain forests.

Lang Chai Ham Ninh

Làng Chài Hàm Ninh is a bustling traditional seaside fishing village with floating seafood restaurants specializing in crab dishes.

Sao Beach

Phú Quốc Island and its beaches are said to be among the cleanest and most beautiful beaches in the world and Sao Beach is one of the best known on the island. It is known for its soft white sand and clear water with less tourist crowds.

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