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About Phu Quoc
Phu Quoc Beaches
Phú Quốc is a tropical paradise of jungle, pepper plantations, fishing villages, and, best of all, barely accessible but stunningly beautiful beaches
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.
Phú Quốc, is the largest island in Vietnam and nearby islands, along with distant Thổ Chu Islands, is part of Kiên Giang Province as Phú Quốc District.
Phu Quoc is famous for its two traditional products: fish sauce and black pepper. The rich fishing grounds offshore provides the anchovy catch from which the prized sauce is made. Pepper cultivation is located inland in the center of the island. More recently a pearl farm was established.
Tourism plays an important role in the economy with the beaches being the main attraction. Phu Quoc was served by Phu Quoc Airport with air links to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)'s Tan Son Nhat Airport and Rach Gia's Rach Gia Airport. Phu Quoc Airport was closed and replaced by the new Phu Quoc International Airport from December 2, 2012. Phu Quoc is also linked with Rach Gia and Hà Tiên by fast ferry hydrofoils.