Address: 118 Tran Hung Dao Street, Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 118 Tran Hung Dao Street, Phu Quoc Island, is near Bay of the Descending Dragon (Vinh Ha Long), Phu Quoc Explorer, and Pelican Cave (Hang Bo Nau).
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    Travel Blogs from Phu Quoc Island

    First full day in Kampot

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jun 27, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Anyway, so I went to a book store and bought a Bali guidebook. I was letting the Indonesia trip just happen until that point, and thinking that I will let her decide what she wants to do in the first week. Now, I realized that I needed to plan the trip based on what I wanted to do. On a funny note, the Lonely Planet guide looks the part, but is really an duplicate guide. The pages inside, for most part, looked like good photocopies. So, I had bought an ...

    Lazy me in Phu Quoc - 2 days late blog entry!

    A travel blog entry by iua on Apr 20, 2015

    10 photos

    ... are all becoming a blur. Down to the Phu Quoc pearl farm - quite a production! An Aussie (the company is apparently Australian) was demonstrating the process, how a "seed" of mother of pearl is inserted into an oysters gonad and then how after 3 - 6 years a fully formed ocean petal is extracted at which time a new seed is planted. They can reuse the oyster for producing pearls 3 times over up to 8years! He even opened one and tuck his knife into ...

    Mr Wan and his Tuk Tuk

    A travel blog entry by grajeras on Jan 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... and spices. With a glass of wine each and water the cost for 3 was 30$. Mr Wan was very grateful as he said normally he could not afford to eat there. On the way back Mr Wan' Tuk Tuk finally objected to the pounding it had been given. We limped to a roadside garage. It didn't take long to fix, chain and back wheel had come lose. Back to the hotel, Sylvia's hair had turned red from the dust so a very welcome shower. Just in time for cocktail happy hour and later ...

    Anything could happen

    A travel blog entry by andshegoes on Jan 04, 2015

    ... is nothing but ragged rocks, which we perch up on to eat our rice and make our way again through the mountains.
    We go back into town and get on a longtail boat to see sunset and the fireflies they hype so much about in their small town.
    I can say that the boat for sunset was amazing, to see the sun go down behind the lush mountains, the beautiful bungalows and bars on stilts in the river, the few local children running and swinging from a rope into the ...

    Headed to rabbit island

    A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Dec 27, 2014

    13 photos

    ... and were dropped off on a sandy beach with only some minor plastic pollution. We had planned on throwing our hammocks up somewhere along the beach the first night and it worked out because all the cheap bungalows we checked were booked for the evening. We dropped our bags off at the restaurant where we got dropped off at by the boat and rented a mask and a snorkel and walked around the island to see if there were any reefs as well as some decent spots to hang our hammocks. The ...