Beaches in Phu Quoc island

Phu Quoc is the largest island in Viet Nam and hailed as Ngoc (Gem) island. It consists of many stunning and pristine beaches attracting many visitors.


Sao Beach

Sao Beach
Sao Beach, Phu Quoc. Photo: Prince Roy

In An Thoi Town (the south of Phu Quoc Island) stretches 7km in the bow shape, limited by protruding rocks. To Sao Beach, visitors will be captivated by the beauty of unspoiled beach with gentle waves and calm wind. There is a variety of recreation services such as jet skiing, kayaking, fishing and exploring the sea with fishermen… Sao Beach was listed in the top of 10 most pristine and quiet beaches in the world by the votes of CN Traveler (U.S) readers in 2015.

Truong Beach

Truong Beach
Truong Beach. Photo: Dan Searle

Being the longest beach in Duong To Commune (the southwest of Phu Quoc Island) Truong Beach is 20km in length, from Dinh Cau Cape to Tau Ru. Truong Beach is divided into small beaches, connected by cliffs, trees and fishing villages. This place has fresh and clean space, which is ideal for visitors to soak in cool water or walk barefoot on the sand and watch the sun set in the sea. Truong Beach has the ideal conditions to develop pearl farming.

Dai Beach

Dai Beach
Dai Beach, Phu Quoc. Photo: flickr

With the length of 15km belongs to Ganh Dau and Cua Can communes (the northwest of Phu Quoc Island). This is the clean, beautiful and pristine beach with golden sand, old jungle taking on the sea and magnificent mangroves in small estuaries. Dam and Doi Moi islets are 800m from the shore, suitable for coral diving and fishing. Dai Beach was introduced as one of the most beautiful and cleanest beaches but unspoiled in the world by ABC News (Australia) in 2008.

See more: Top 5 Things To Do in Phu Quoc Island

Besides, Phu Quoc Island is also a compelling destination to visitors thanks to other beaches, namely Ganh Dau, Ong Lan, Vung Bau, Cua Can, Mong Tay, Thom, Dam…



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