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Flights to Phu Quoc Island

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Phu Quoc Island is the largest island in Vietnam, located off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. The island is known for its beautiful beaches, which line most of the southwest coast. Here, you'll find beach resorts and plenty of opportunities for swimming, sunbathing, and watersports. More than half of Phu Quoc Island is covered by Phu Quoc National Park, which features mountains, dense jungle, hiking trails, and wildlife. If you're looking for things to do beyond the beach, you can go hiking in the national park, visit historical sites like Dinh Cau Rock and the Coi Nguon Cau Palace, or explore the island's many fishing villages.

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Airports near Phu Quoc Island

You have choices when it comes to reaching Phu Quoc Island. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Phu Quoc Island.

Phu Quoc International Airport

This is the closest airport to Phu Quoc Island and is located on the island itself. It is a commercial passenger airport with both domestic and international flights.


Tan Son Nhat International Airport

Located in Ho Chi Minh City, Tan Son Nhat International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Vietnam. It is approximately a 1-hour flight from Phu Quoc Island. From there, you can take a connecting flight to Phu Quoc International Airport or travel by road to a nearby ferry terminal for a ferry ride to the island.


Can Tho International Airport

Situated in Can Tho, which is about a 3-hour drive from Phu Quoc Island, Can Tho International Airport offers domestic flights to various destinations in Vietnam. From Can Tho, you can either take a connecting flight to Phu Quoc International Airport or opt for a combination of road and ferry transportation.


Rach Gia Airport

Rach Gia Airport is located in Rach Gia, which is approximately a 2-hour drive from Phu Quoc Island. It serves domestic flights within Vietnam. From Rach Gia, you can take a ferry to Phu Quoc Island.

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Things to do in Phu Quoc Island

In a city full of many sights to see, we've picked out our top 3 must-sees:

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Phu Quoc National Park

Encompassing over half the island, Phu Quoc National Park is a paradise for nature lovers. Hike through rainforests teeming with exotic wildlife, explore hidden waterfalls, or kayak through serene mangroves. The park also offers treks to the peak of Mount Chua Dao, the island's highest point, for panoramic island views.

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Sao Beach

Known for its idyllic beauty, Sao Beach is a secluded haven on Phu Quoc's southern shores. Pristine white sand stretches along the turquoise coastline while swaying palm trees provide shade. The calm waters are perfect for swimming and snorkelling, while the beach itself is ideal for relaxing under the sun. Beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rent, and a few rustic beachfront restaurants serve fresh seafood dishes.

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Dinh Cau Rock and Dinh Cau Shrine

Dinh Cau translates to "shaped like a stake," a natural rock formation protruding from the southwestern tip of Phu Quoc Island. Atop Dinh Cau Rock sits the Dinh Cau Shrine, a beautiful Buddhist temple with a distinctive red roof. Climb the stairs to the shrine's entrance for panoramic views of the ocean and the island's coastline. The shrine itself is an important religious landmark for locals and offers insight into Phu Quoc's cultural heritage.

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