The above Phu Quoc Island Map was made in collaboration with, the Kien Giang Tourism Authority, the local people of Phu Quoc as well as a few expats living on the island. The goal of this mapping project was to create a neutral, unbiased, and safe map for the benefit of locals and tourists alike using Google Maps API.


  • No Tourist Information Center: Phu Quoc Island does not have an official tourist information center. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, and tour agencies that claim they are “official tourist information centers“, but unfortunately they are not.  Avoid any businesses that make such a claim.
  • Cancer Causing Print Maps:  On Phu Quoc Island you will find a variety of print maps and print guidebooks created by commercial businesses/tour agencies for economic purposes and distributed across the island.  These print guides and maps contain inaccurate information that has been sourced mainly from wikipedia. The inks that have been used in these publications pose a serious health risk (BPA) to anyone who touches then without wearing gloves as BPA is highly absorb-able.  Holding these print guides and maps for just 10 seconds may cause up to 2.5 micrograms of BPA to transfer from the paper onto a person’s fingers. Since there are no standards or ink verification labels (e.g. “soy ink used” or “BPA Free”), please use these print maps and guides found on the island at your own risk! Children and pregnant women should avoid them at all costs.
  • 4G LTE: Phu Quoc was an early adopter of the 4G LTE network using the 1800MHz band technology and remains one of the few places that offers this technology openly to both visitors and locals in Vietnam.  Download digital maps on your smartphone and help save trees.  
  • Where can I buy a sim card on Phu Quoc?: You can purchase 4G sim cards in Duong Dong Town at VinaPhone (end of Tran Hung street near the Sung Hung Pagoda) , FPT Shoop (331 Nguyen Trung Truc), Mobiphone (124 Nguyen Trung Truc), and Viettel (87 Nguyen Trung Truc).  You will need your passport to register your sim card.  To truly get the most out of your Phu Quoc experience, you should use your smartphone along with our digital guide.
  • Where to fix your smartphone or tablet: If your digital device is damaged or if you need to purchase either a new phone, accessory, or anything related to electronics, computers and technology there is a large modern store called Dien May Xanh located at 162 30/4 Street in Duong Dong town.
  • Smartphone Safety:  When using our digital Phu Quoc maps when exploring the island, or when taking photos, please be aware of your surroundings to ensure your digital device is not snatched.

Phu Quoc Beaches

The following is a summary of all the beaches found on Phu Quoc.  The best Phu Quoc beaches are listed first. Click on the name of the beach to learn more about that particular Phú Quốc Beach.

  • Long Beach [Duong Dong Town] – Phu Quoc’s most popular beach.
  • Dai Beach [Ganh Dau Village] – Gorgeous beach overlooking a greenish-blue sea with a beach lined with luxury resorts.
  • Sao Beach [An Thoi Town] – Best beach on Phu Quoc.
  • Kem Beach  [An Thoi Town] – Second best beach on Phu Quoc.
  • Vung Bau Beach [Vung Bau] – Quiet beach overlooking a calm bay.
  • Ong Lang Beach [Ong Lang] – A series of rocky beaches north of Duong Dong Town.
  • Ganh Dau Beach [Ganh Dau Village] – A small crescent shaped beach popular with locals.
  • Dam Beach [An Thoi Town] – Off the beaten track beach across from a large Buddhist pagoda.
  • Cay Sao Beach [Ham Ninh Village] – Off the beaten track beach that has white sands and a shallow blue sea.
  • Rach Tram Beach [Rach Tram Village] – Small patch of white sand in the north.
  • Rach Vem Beach [Rach Vem Village] – Small beach affected by tides.
  • Cua Can Beach [Cua Can Village] – More estuary than beach, home to coastal wildlife.
  • Thom Beach [Bai Thom Village] – Rugged beach known more for shore snorkeling than beach lounging.
  • Dinh Cau Beach  [Dương Đông Town] – Duong Dong’s local beach, popular at sunset.
  • Bang Island [Ganh Dau] – Small island off the coast Ganh Dau with a nice restaurant.
  • Mouse Island [Gang Dau] – Mouse shaped island located near the Cambodian border.
  • Fingernail Island (North) [Vung Bau] – Small island off Vung Bau Beach famous for eco water sports.
  • Fingernail Island (South) [An Thoi Archipelago] – Located in the Phu Quoc Marine Park, this island is perfect for snorkeling and beach lazing.
  • Gam Ghi Island [An Thoi Archipelago] – A semi-private island famous for its northerly view of the An Thoi islands.
  • Vong Island [An Thoi Archipelago] – The beach here, Vong Beach, is one of the best in Phu Quoc.

Phu Quoc Eco Tourism Sites

The following is a list of all the accessible eco tourism sight seeing spots on Phu Quoc:

  • Ganh Dau Trail [Location: Ganh Dau | Map ] – The most popular nature hiking trail on Phu Quoc.
  • Duong Dong Lake & Dam [Duong Dong] – The largest fresh water lake in the Phu Quoc archipelago.
  • Da Ban Stream [Duong Dong] – Flat granite rocks with numerous pools and small waterfalls.
  • Rach Tram River [Rach Tram Village] – Picturesque river system that cuts through the National Park.
  • Mot Island [Bai Thom] – Small island connected to Phu Quoc Island via a man-made land bridge.
  • Tranh Waterfall [Ham Ninh] – Best waterfall and eco-tourism site with amenities on the island.
  • Cua Can River [Cua Can] – A scenic shallow river that can be explored via kayak or river boat.
  • Phu Quoc National Park [Northern Phu Quoc] – A protected forest home to numerous animals and plants.

Things To See On Phu Quoc

All the things to see and do in and around the Phu Quoc Islands:

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