Phu Quoc Island is the largest island of Vietnam with 48 km long and an area of 574 km2. Lying in the Gulf of Thailand, the tropical Island is located 3 km away from Cambodia and 50 km West of Vietnamese mainland and a 50 minutes flight from Ho Chi Minh City and 90 minutes from Hanoi.
Despite the fast and recent development of the island, Phu Quoc still offers a lay back atmosphere, pristine beaches and thanks to the National Park which covers 70% of the Island. Phu Quoc known as the Pearl of Vietnam, is part of Kiên Giang Biosphere Conservation Area that has been inserted in 2006 by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve.
Phu Quoc is world famous for its two traditional products : nước mắm (fish sauce) and black pepper. Fishing and agriculture are still the main activities of the island even though the fast growing of tourism sector.
Chen Sea Resort & Spa Phu Quoc is located on a quiet bay on the West Side of the Island at only 30 minutes from Phu Quoc International Airport and 15 minutes away from Duong Dong, the largest town of Phu Quoc.
The Resort can be reached by air or by sea. The most convenient and populaire way is taking a flight.
– Flight: there is more than 15 daily flights connection from Ho Chi Minh City (50 minutes flight), Hanoi (90 minutes) and Can Tho (30 minutes).
Since 6 July 2016, Phu Quoc Airport welcomes 3 times a week a direct flight from Guangzhou, China.
Since last winter 2016, TUI Nordic operates one flight weekly during the high season from Sweden (Stockholm) to Phu Quoc
– Ferry: Traveling to Phu Quoc by boat will take you about 2:30 hours from Rach Gia and 1:15 hours from Ha Tien, with most vessels docking at An Thoi Port, though some services also dock at Duong Dong port. Minibus and motorbike taxi connections are available on arrival in An Thoi Port.
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