Located in Kien Hai district, Kien Giang province, Nam Du archipelago has emerged as an increasingly popular attraction among visitors due to the area’s tranquil and peaceful scenery, in addition to its array of local fresh seafood.
Nam Du archipelago consists of 21 small islands in total that are split between the communes of An Son and Nam Du.
Nam Du archipelago can be found situated 83km from Rach Gia city in Kien Giang province. In order to reach the archipelago, visitors must purchase a ticket for a high-speed boat that operates twice a day at 8:15am and 12:15am from Rach Gia pier. A single boat trip takes two hours and costs passengers VND210.000.
Approximately 6,000 people live throughout Nam Du archipelago, with many residents on the islands earning a living by going fishing and providing tourism services to guests.
Bai Men can be considered the most beautiful beach on Cu Tron island in Nam Du archipelago.
A hidden beach on Hon Mau, also known as Mau island, with a vast forest in the background.
A homestay service on Hon Dau, also known as Dau island, is equipped with small and elegant tents to serve customers.
Nam Du archipelago can be considered an ideal location to host family reunions or gatherings with friends as the collection of islands is home to many beautiful locations that are perfect places to snap selfies.
A glimpse of the tranquil and peaceful natural scenery seen throughout Nam Du archipelago
Visitors are able to view the skeleton of a giant fish that is featured in Dinh Nam Hai Ngu Than temple.
An array of unmissable fresh seafood can be found on offer at restaurants across Nam Du archipelago.