Have you ever heard about Phu Quoc Island? If not you can find out more information here to know why Phu Quoc is called the pearl island or why Phu Quoc in top 10 beautiful Asian islands. There are beautiful, pristine beaches in Phu Quoc island and the following are three of them that you can not miss this gem while visiting this pearl island:
Khem Beach (a.k.a Kem Beach)
Situated in the southern part of Vietnam’s largest island, the beach is just about two kilometers from An Thoi Town and 25 kilometers from Duong Dong, the island’s major town.
Hidden behind a green forest, the beach with white sand and crystal clear water offers an ideal hideaway for those who want to stay away from noisy and crowded destinations.
It is expected to be more popular as a company has invested in a large resort project. The road connecting the beach to Duong Dong Town is also being upgraded.
Ong Lang Beach
Ong Lang Beach is some 10 kilometers north of Duong Dong, which can be reached by taxi or tourists can rent motorbikes in town and drive here. Not well known among tourists, Ong Lang offers an even a more pristine look than Khem Beach.
Ganh Dau Beach
Ganh Dau is 20 kilometers from Duong Dong Town. It can be reached via an unpaved road which cuts through a primitive forest. Midway, tourists can visit a temple of Nguyen Trung Truc (1838-1868), who led a revolution against the French in South Vietnam in the 19th century.
Ganh Dau is situated on the eponymous cape that is shaped like the mouth of a fish with a shaking tail. Many fishing boats often drop by and tourists can buy fresh seafood and ask local restaurants to help them cook.