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What to prepare to have a cheap tour or how to save in a trip is the regular concern of many people. In this article, we would like to share you some “tips” to have funny trip in Phu Quoc and also save as much as possible.
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Phu Quoc, in the gulf of Thailand and as close to Cambodia as it is to Vietnam, is gradually creeping onto the tourism map, thanks to a relatively slow growth in the number of resorts there and the recent opening of a new international airport. Apart from the development around the capital Duong Dong on its west coast, most of the island remains unspoiled, a tropical paradise of jungle, pepper plantations, fishing villages, dirt roads and, best of all, barely accessible but stunningly beautiful beaches, with Bai Sao being the best of these.
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Salinda Resort Phu Quoc Island boasts spacious and luxurious rooms with free WiFi and a private balcony in Duong Dong. Featuring a private beach area, an outdoor pool and restaurant, the property also provides free private parking.
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Referring to Phu Quoc people usually only remember the colorful coral reefs or Sao Beach with white sand beaches and forget that two – three (2/3) area of Phu Quoc is covered by primary forest. Many mysterious places still wait for you to explore, including Hon Mot Island.
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Phu Quoc is home to some of Vietnam’s best beaches. While Vietnam’s largest island covers 1,320 square kilometres, it’s the white sandy ring lacing it that lures the crowds. Phu Quoc is at a crossroads, with extensive plans in the works to develop the coastline — this is one of the few places where you can watch a sunset over the ocean in mostly east-facing Vietnam.
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