After being liberated on 30 April 1975, Phu Quoc has been converted into an ideal tourist destination for nature and sea lovers.
This beautiful Island lies 65 miles off the south-west coast of Vietnam; Phu Quoc is about the same size as Singapore, 600 sq. km and is the largest of all Vietnamese Islands.
There are 99 mountains and hills are covered by green primitive forests with majestic waterfalls and bubbling streams. The fresh sea breezes and stunning sandy beaches touching crystal clear blue waters make this a true paradise.
Renowned as a tropical leisure paradise and sun-lover’s retreat, Phu Quoc is studded with over 26 picturesque Islands and its 150 km coastline abounds with beautiful white sandy beaches with year-round sunshine, at a comfortable temperature of 27 degrees Celsius.
Stretching over 4 hectares, on the West Coast, Saigon-Phuquoc resort and spa offers 100 bungalows and villas (comprise bedroom, sofa bed, living room, bar connecting with dining space and kitchen). The property hides under coconut forests and striking colour of flowers. From these balconies, you can enjoy the sunset on the Thai’s Gulf.
Sai Gon – Phu Quoc Resort has 98 rooms divided into 6 categories. Each type is designed modern and luxurious with different views. All rooms have large bang bang and receive natural light from the outside bringing a sense of comfort and relaxation after a long day of exploring Phu Quoc.