Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam, covered with green forests and shimmering white sand. Phu Quoc was previously known as a fishing village and is famous for its pepper farms and fish sauce production sites rather than tourist resorts. All changed as the government has been drawing foreign investors to Phu Quoc to turn the province into leading tourist destination in Vietnam.
A number of new hotels, roads and resorts have been built, but Phu Quoc Island still remains the pure and natural features of a tropical region.
Phú Quốc Island has a tropical climate which has three seasons: High, Shoulder and Low Season.
High Season: During the period between November to March, where the daily maximum temperature is typically and on average about 31 C, and the daily minimum temperatures (before sunrise) about 23 C. The skies are generally sunny, with possibly some light high cloud in early morning that clears by mid-morning, and the humidity is at it lowest throughout the year.
Shoulder Season: During the period between April to June and late October, where the temperatures are a bit higher than during the high season, and the humidity around 80-85%. Crowds are less during this time and good chances of reasonable weather.
Low Season: During the period between July to September, which is dominated by the monsoons.
An Thoi Islands: an archipelago of 15 islands and islets off the southern coast of Phu Quoc, you can experience diving with snorkel mask to view stunning vista and reef in transparent blue sea.
Dinh Cau : is also known as the Temple of Long Vương, was built in 1937 to worship Mau and featured a lighthouse for safe sea trips.
Phu Quoc Prison :was the living evidence for the extremely brutal crimes of aggression colonialism and imperialism, while it proved the indomitable spirit and valiant struggle of revolutionaries. Tourists are free to visit daily from 7:30 to 11:00 and from 13:30 to 16:00.
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