Hoang Hon Town

Hoang Hon (Sunset) Town is a new destination at Bai Dat Do in An Thoi. This place is called "the land of festivals, love and culture". The town stands out with vibrant colors inspired by the town of Amalfi (Italy), with a sophisticated design on the terrain that is bumped at many heights, leaning against the mountain, facing the turquoise ocean. 

Sunset town is a romantic wedding photography location for many couples (Photo: Vien Dieu Phat)

There are many iconic buildings with unique designs such as the Clock Tower - inspired by the bell tower of St. Mark's Campanile (Italy) with a height of 75 m. (Photo: Sun Group)

The highlight of Sunset Town is Cau Hon (Kiss) - the bridge that caused a fever on social networks after the MV "I agree" by singer Duc Phuc and the band 911 was released recently.

Cau Hon is inspired by the painting The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo and the legend of Mr. and Mrs. Ngau of Vietnam.

Photo: Vu Minh Quan

Cable car system on the sea

Hon Thom (Thom Island) is dubbed a "miniature Phu Quoc" with a rich marine ecosystem, fine white sand beaches or rocky reefs.

Visitors can participate in activities such as fishing, squid fishing, kayaking, jet skiing, and paragliding. Tourists should not miss the opportunity to explore the rich ocean ecosystem with 22 species of fish and 116 species of coral, by diving to see corals or walking on the seabed.

Hon Thom cable car departs from An Thoi town, crosses Hon Roi and Hon Dua to Hon Thom. On the world's longest sea-crossing cable car route, tourists can admire the scenery from above, enjoy the cool breeze, and admire the peaceful life of fishermen.

Hon Thom - the romantic green island of Phu Quoc (Photo: Hon Thom Cable Car - Phu Quoc)
Hon Thom hosts an entertainment complex with 20 games. 

"Venice of the East"

The 400m canal that dubs romantic Venice is one of the favorite tourist destinations in Phu Quoc. 

Bai Kem - Ong Doi Cape

Located in the south of Phu Quoc Island, Bai Kem was once honored as one of the 50 most beautiful beaches on the planet in 2018 by Flight Network (Canada).

Linh Trang