Phú Quốc is a Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. It's known for white-sand beaches and resorts, most of which are along the palm-lined southwest coast. More than half of the island is part of Phú Quốc National Park, which features mountains, dense tropical jungle, hiking trails and wildlife.
Day 1:KUALA LUMPUR – PHU QUOC ISLAND
Upon arrival at Phu Quoc Island meet our representative & transfer to restaurant for lunch. After Lunch, transfer to Ham Fishing Village to observe the daily life of fishermen. This is also well known for fresh seafood such, crabs, shellfish, squid, and seahorse. Continue to visit East island which includes: Suoi Da pepper farm, experience a spicy taste, fresh garden and hospitable people especially find out the local pepper cultivation methods, The Su Muon pagoda, sitting atop a hill is the oldest Buddhist shrine on Phu Quoc Island, the forest wine Sim facility, unique specialties of Phu Quoc Island. After the tour, transfer to local restaurant for dinner and check in to the hotel.
Day 2:PINEAPPLE CABLE CAR – SOUTH ISLAND EXPLORER
After breakfast, transfer to south island, get on the newly-opened cable-car ride from Vietnam’s Phu Quoc island to Hon Thom, also known as pineapple Island, is a genuinely breathtaking experience. You soar over a turquoise sea and coral reefs, hopping between islands, with an amazing bird’s eye view. At almost 8 km long, the Phu Quoc cable car is also the longest non-stop three-way cable car in the world, as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records. Arrive in Hon Thom you will be transfer to the beach by the electric car. Free at your own leisure for swimming and sunbathing in Hon Thom. After lunch transfer back to the main island by the cable car. Continue to visit prison’s historical vestiges witness a part of the Vietnam War and understand how political prisoners of North Vietnam were imprisoned in the Island. Then to Fish sauce Factory, you possibly can study the standard strategies of composting fish to create the flavor of the well-known Phu Quoc fish sauce. Visit one of the largest and most beautiful site Ho Quoc pagoda that build between the mountain and the sea. After dinner, free time for visit phu quoc night market.
Day 3:PHU QUOC – NORTH ISLAND
After Breakfast, drive the North Island. Time for a bit of history and culture with a visit to Nguyen Trung Truc Temple, dedicated to the most revered hero of Vietnam, who fought against the French colonialism in the 1800’s. Back to nature by visiting the farthest Western point of the island, stunning Ganh Dau cape. Enjoy view of sparkling sea and Cambodia mainland on a clear day. Dinh Cau Rock, also known as Cau Temple, is an odd-shaped nature formation in Phu Quoc island, it features a brightly-coloured lighthouse and Buddhist shrine. It was constructed in 1937 to commemorate Thien Hau ( the goddess of the sea). After the tour, free at your own leisure until transfer to the local restaurant for Seafood dinner.
Day 4:PHU QUOC – DEPARTURE
After Breakfast, free at your own leisure until transfer to airport for your flight back home.
– 3 nights’ accommodation
– Return Private airport transfers
– Meals, sightseeing entrance as indicated in itinerary
– Services of English speaking Guide
– International air ticket
– Travel insurance