Vung Bau Beach, Phu Quoc

Vung Bau Beach, Phu Quoc

Located on the upper west coast just past the town of Cua Can and approximately 10kms from Duong Dong lies a beautiful half moon beach that is mostly uninhabited except for some local houses at the northern end and one restaurant catering to all visitors.  If you’re looking for some adventure, there’s a dive shop along the main road that will take you to nearby islands for a small fee.

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