Long Beach, also being known as Bai Truong, is located on the west coast part of Phu Quoc. This is the longest beach, approximately 20km, in Phu Quoc that stretches from An Thoi Port to Duong Dong River. Long Beach is sectionalised between North and South Long Beach with most hotels and developments situated...Read More
Wat Chang Lom, in Sukhothai Historical Park, located on a vast area of land enclosed by a ditch. This ruin has the famous 32 stucco-covered elephant sculptures surrounding the base of a bell-shaped chedi. However it only has front halves instead of its complete elephants like its neighbor Si Satchanalai.
Vung Bau Beach, also being known as Bai Vung Bau, is located on the north west coast of Phu Quoc facing the Gulf of Thailand. Vung Bau Beach is just south of Dai Beach. Some of the locals call this beach the half-moon beach as it resembles the shape of a crescent. Vung Bau...Read More
Wat Sa Si known for situating on small islands, its round bell-shaped chedi and walking Buddha statue Wat Sa Si situated in the middle of the large reservoir known as Traphang Trakuan which lies a few hundred meters Northwest of Wat Mahathat.This beautiful ancient temple consist the main round bell-shaped chedi, assembly hall (vihan) and...Read More
Sao Beach, also being known as Bai Sao, is located on the south eastern part of Phu Quoc in An Thoi Town. Some locals named Sao Beach as the Star Beach too. Sao beach is arguably to be the best beach in Vietnam due to its 7km long stretch of white sand, distinct turquoise...Read More
Dai Beach, also being known as Bai Dai, is located on the north west coast of Phu Quoc facing the Gulf of Thailand. Do not get confused with the Bai Dai located at Nha Trang, south east coast of Vietnam. This Bai Dai is a previously deserted pristine beach that runs more than 2...Read More
Wat Sri Sawai is known for its three prangs with excellent exterior stucco decorations and its banyan tree. Wat Sri Sawai is the most Khmer-styled temple remaining at Sukhothai. This temple was originally built for the worship of the Hindu gods and was later transformed into a Buddhist temple. This temple is demarcated...Read More