Explore Phu Quoc at a cost of $250


Tourists in the East – Southwest region can experience a 3-day, 2-night vacation at Phu Quoc Pearl Island at a cost of $250

Means of transportation : In addition to air, tourists from the East – Southwest region can take a boat or ferry to the island from Rach Gia or Ha Tien port. For the Rach Gia – Phu Quoc route; The cost of traveling by high-speed train ranges from 230,000 VND to 340,000 VND per ticket per trip, depending on the train company and type of ticket for adults or children. Travel time is about 2.5 hours. With the travel route from Ha Tien, visitors can choose a speedboat or ferry with a time of one to two hours. In particular, the cost of taking a high-speed train is 160,000 VND to 230,000 VND per ticket. Ferry ticket prices range from 125,000 VND to 185,000 VND per ticket per trip.

Accommodation: Sunset Town – Sunset Town in the south is one of the new destinations with many mini hotels, boutique hotels, Italian-style space, and views from the balcony directly towards the Kissing Bridge. Visitors have many hotel options here such as Lyly house, Rova Hotel, Le bonheur, De Stefano, Hai Duong… with prices ranging from 600,000 VND to 1.2 million VND per room per night.

Staying at hotels in Hoang Hon town, visitors can easily visit Cau Hon – one of the new check-in attractions on Pearl Island, stroll around Vui Fest Bazaar night market or go to the stage on the sea screen. largest in the world to attend the Kiss of The Sea show.

Explore cuisine from all over the world: Inspired by romantic towns on the Mediterranean coast; Hoang Hon town has many check-in corners for tourists as the cafes and restaurants here all have beautiful views, facing the sunset towards the sea or European-style streets. Visitors can visit Venice Cafe, Runam Cafe, Starbucks….

To find a restaurant to enjoy seafood as well as Vietnamese dishes while watching the ocean or sunset, at a cost of 100,000 – 200,000 VND per person, visitors can go to Draft Beer, Veranda or Sorrento Restaurant. & Bar…

Series of sightseeing and entertainment activities: Crossing the ocean on the world’s longest 3-wire cable car, visitors will arrive at Hon Thom – a place that gathers many games for all ages. Here, visitors can participate in water activities at Aquatopia water park; Experience the wrath of the Wood Snake at Exotica village or sunbathe under the cool green coconut trees by the sea. The cost for a package of these experiences including a buffet lunch with a variety of local cuisine is 850,000 VND for an adult ticket and 650,000 VND for a child ticket.

This time, when coming to Phu Quoc, tourists can also check-in at Cau Hon – a new destination that has received a lot of praise from international media. Visitors only need to spend 50,000 VND per person to “hunt” for romantic sunsets, capturing unique moments when dusk falls.

Besides, visitors to Sunset Town can also relax on the white sand beach, watch the sun turn from orange red to purple and “fall” in the middle of two branches of the Kissing Bridge at a cost of 50,000 VND to 150,000 VND. each person.

One of the experiences not to be missed when coming to Sunset town is participating in the Kiss of The Sea show. With costs from 250,000 VND per ticket; Visitors can immerse themselves in a party combining music, light and technology. The stage brings together 60 international artists with elaborate performances and nightly fireworks shows, creating an impressive and classy space.

In addition, the experience of going to the market to watch fireworks at the Vui Phet beach night market (VUI-Fest Bazaar) will also create a memorable vacation for tourists. 40 kiosks along with street shows such as the Loang Xang Show or magic shows, animation…. promise to bring a vibrant and bustling atmosphere.

Here, visitors can also enjoy delicious dishes from North to South, mixed European and Asian cuisine; from snacks, milk tea, refreshments to sparkling dinners by the sea with music or a romantic atmosphere at publicly listed prices.

($1~24,000 VND)
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