Tourist Attractions
Tranh Stream

Tranh Stream

Having a fantasy scenery with flowers, forests, mountains, beach and stream, this is an ..

Phu Quoc Fish sauce Factory

Phu Quoc Fish sauce Factory

Around Phu Quoc Island, there are a lot of seaweeds and this is a big source of foods for ..

saigon - phnom penh en sampan
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Excursion Hoa Lu Tam Coc
Séjour formidable à la baie d'Halong terrestre Tam Coc

Phu Quoc Geography

Phu Quoc Geography
Phu Quoc Island is located in the Gulf of Thailand forms part of the Vietnamese province of Kien Giang, with the closest Vietnamese town of Ha Tien being 46kms away, Rach Gia the capital of Kien Giang Province is 115kms away and Laem Chabang (Thailand) is 540kms away. The island covers an area of 567 km² and is about 50 km long north to south, between 3kms wide in the south and 28kms at its wide point (west to east) in the north. Phu Quoc is situated at 10°01'-10°27' north latitude and 103°51'-104°50' east longitude.Map of Phu Quoc, Discover Phu Quoc
Phu Quoc is actually closer to Cambodia than Vietnam, just 18kms from the Cambodian Province of Kampot, which can clearly be seen most days from Ganh Dau Beach in the north of Phu Quoc.

As the crow flies, Phu Quoc is approximately;

    500kms from Ho Chi Minh City
    400kms from Phnom Phen
    800kms from Bangkok

Phu Quoc is both the largest of all Vietnamese islands as well as the largest island in the Gulf of Thailand. The island forms an archipelago of 22 islands of all sizes

Phu Quoc is called both the Emerald Island because of its triangular shape as well as the island of "99 mountains" because of its many sandstone chains gradually descending from the north to the south. The longest one is Ham Ninh which stretches for 30 km along the eastern edge with its highest peak called Mount Chua (603m). The second highest peak is Mount Da Bac (448m) which is 20kms due south of Mount Chua, on the east coast of the island.