Duong Dong is the largest town on the island and naturally it has the largest (and most popular) market in Phú Quốc District. At the Duong Dong Market you can find a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood, and housewares. This market is a photographers dream, especially early in the morning when the market comes alive. The best time to visit the Duong Dong Market is between 6:00am to 9:00am.
At the Duong Dong Market you will find fresh fruits grown locally and imported from mainland Vietnam, variety of meats, fresh and dried seafood, eggs, Vietnamese sweets, raw materials, and a variety of household items. There are also a few street food options located in Duong Dong Market where you can try a variety of Vietnamese soups, fresh sugar cane juice, and bbq meats. The best time to visit the market is just after sunrise and before sunset as that is when the trading activity is the busiest. The Duong Dong Market is a great place to pictures of local life as well as the daily catch.
Where is the Duong Dong Market located?
The Duong Dong Market is located in the center of Duong Dong Town next to the Duong Dong River and behind the Phu Quoc Night Market.
Located at the southern tip of the island, An Thoi is the second largest town on Phu Quoc and the gateway to the An Thoi Archipelago. The An Thoi Market is a popular market for fresh produce and seafood, great for photo opportunities, and to give you an insight into a bygone way of life. An early morning start is worth it in order to see this southern market at its liveliest. It is here at the An Thoi Market that you will find the strangest sea creatures for sale, most which should not be consumed by humans in our opinion.
The Ganh Dau Market is a small market located in Ganh Dau Village in the North Western part of Phu Quoc. This local market is the place to go to buy the cheapest seafood on the island (as of 2015). Because of its remote location the Ganh Dau Market hasn't yet been frequented by foreign tourists, however with the emergence of social networks and online photo sharing, it has become extremely popular for the new generation of Vietnamese to rediscover the authenticity of remote places.
Ham Ninh Village is a small coastal village located on the eastern part of the island. It is famous for its' long jetty and crab dishes. The market found here is also quite unique from the other 3 mentioned above. It is the only place on the island where you will find live seahorses and other small creatures for sale. The Ham Ninh Market is also a great place to buy crap for a very low price. Visit here in the morning to avoid the crowds.
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Duong Dong is Phu Quoc's largest town and it is located along on the western coast of Phu Quoc island. Duong Dong is famous for its mighty river that bears the same name, temples, fish sauce factories, pepper farms, and of course the plentiful accommodation options available at all price points. Duong Dong is a busy urban place but there is electricity in the air. The town comes alive after the sun has set.
Nested in between Phu Quoc's two major towns (Duong Dong and An Thoi) lies Duong To, a vast central area that is home to the Bai Truong Tourist Complex, Phu Quoc's main tourist area. The Bai Truong Tourist Complex is often referred to as just "Long Beach", the literal translation of the Vietnamese words in English.Duong To is a hip modern commune with posh bars and restaurants, luxury beach resorts, and home to the Phu Quoc International Airport.