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Of course, there is no “winter” or “summer” on Phu Quoc, this is the tropics after all. What you have instead here is the wet season (otherwise known as the monsoon, extending from April to October) and the dry season (November to March). Both seasons have their particular charms, and their particular weak points.
Read more : http://phuquocnationalpark.com/en/phu-quoc-information/seasons-on-phu-quoc-island.html
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The weirdest shell you should try in Phu Quoc is “Nhum”. It is brown and at appearance looks like a coconut after its green skin has been taken off. There are two ways to eat “Nhum”: raw or well-cooked. If your stomach is experienced with handling raw food, you should not miss trying raw Nhum.
Read more : http://phuquocnationalpark.com/en/featured/nhum.html
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Phu Quoc “Pearl Island” South end of the sky. Nature has created for Phu Quoc is fine sand beaches stretching hun smoking, deep green coconut trees, majestic mountains convolution coincides with gentle inhabitants class hospitality.
Read more : http://phuquocnationalpark.com/en/phu-quoc-cuisine/phu-quoc-sim-wine.html
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Banh canh, a kind of noodle, creates a different taste when cooking with fish making it a specialty of Phu Quoc. Thu fish is the most popular choice to cook the dish. It is served hot in a bowl full of noodle and soup with some Thu fish fillets on top. There are three kinds of Thu fish that can be found in a same bowl: the boiled fish, the fish ball and the deep-fried fish fillets. The various ways the fish is cooked and served makes the taste more diverse.
Read more : http://phuquocnationalpark.com/en/featured/banh-canh.html
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Sao Beach is located in the southeast Phu Quoc Island. The street to the beach is not much more than a dirt road, but easy enough to find and follow.
Read more : http://phuquocnationalpark.com/en/beaches/sao-beach.html
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