Like beads in a coral necklace strung between the Gulf of Thailand and mainland Vietnam, the islands that make up Hon Thom Commune generates an aura of romance and adventure.
Hon Thom is the island communed located south of Phu Quoc Island, Phu Quoc Districts largest island. There are 15 islands that are under the administration of Hon Thom Commune, however most are uninhabited. Discover Hon Thom Commune today by scrolling down.
Hon Dua is also known as coconut island and for the most part is largely uninhabited.
Hon Thom, or “Pineapple Island” is the 2nd largest island in Phu Quoc District. Here you will find the Phu Quoc Cable Car terminal station, Hon Thom Nature Park, 4 beaches, and an all inclusive resort.
At Bai Nam Beach, the islands main beach, you will find a small port and a few simple restaurants and snack bars and
Hon Vang is another uninhabited island.
Located just south of Hon Xuong, Hon Mong Tay is a small rock islet and often referred to as Fingernail Island.
South of Hon Mon Tay, Hon Anh Dong is place for deep sea fishing and fish farming.
One of the furthest islands in Hon Thom Commune and a hot spot for deep sea fishing.
A small privately owned island which you can visit. This island has a nice small white sand beach and there is a home-stay available here as well. Stop by for drinks or a snack and rest up on a hammock.
Small spit of an island, Hòn Dăm Ngoài is surrounded by coral however most of the coral has been bleached.
Bleached coral, bacteria laced waters surround Hòn Dăm Trong. It was also once considered a secret island dedicated for sex tourism.
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