Phu Quy archipelago consists of 10 small and large islands, each offering unique and spectacular landscapes, promising to provide you with unfamiliar emotions and unforgettable experiences.
Triều Dương Bay: When you visit Phu Quy, the first place you should go to is Triều Dương Bay – often referred to as a paradise on a remote island with its long stretches of white sandy beaches and picturesque scenery. The water in Triều Dương Bay is crystal clear, with a sparkling emerald green color that allows you to see the bottom. Especially on sunny days, it invites you to swim and frolic in the cool water.
Infinity Lake: This popular spot is located amidst the vast blue expanse of the sea and is formed by a natural waterway near the Ganh Hang area. It is a favorite check-in location for many people due to its stunning turquoise backdrop.
Cao Cat Mountain: This sacred mountain is located in the northern part of Phu Quy Island, with the majestic statue of Quan Am Bodhisattva standing tall on its peak. The highlight here is the layered rock formations that elegantly cascade into the sea, creating a unique and mesmerizing sight.
Phu Quy Adventure Slope: Also known as the 27/4 road, this coastal route is a dream come true for adventurous travelers. It offers a harmonious blend of mountains, sea, and wild forests, creating a breathtakingly beautiful landscape.
Multicolored Embankment: This enchanting and fairytale-like location is situated on the coastal stretch of My Khe Village, Tam Thanh Commune, Phu Quy District. The embankment, originally built as a wave barrier using ordinary concrete blocks, has been painted in eye-catching colors by the Phu Quy Island Youth Union to welcome the vibrant Green Summer, making it a trendy check-in spot on this small and lovely island.
Linh Son Pagoda: Perched over 106 meters above sea level, this pagoda boasts a unique architecture and offers a captivating view. Located on the Cao Cat mountain range, it promises to be a destination that allows you to capture stunning photographs.
Phu Quy Wind Farm: If you have always admired the giant windmills in Europe, you will also be able to admire these special “giant pinwheels” during your visit to Phu Quy. Unlike other colorful wind farms, the wind turbines in Phu Quy are simply pure white columns that stand out against the blue sky and the lush green carpet of grass below.
Forbidden Mountain (Lighthouse Peak): Located about 3 kilometers west of the port, Forbidden Mountain is a 108-meter-high mountain above sea level, providing a panoramic view of Phu Quy District. At the peak of Forbidden Mountain stands an 18-meter-high lighthouse – one of the uniquely designed lighthouses and among the largest in Vietnam.
Princess Ban Tranh Temple: Also known as the Lady Shrine, this ancient temple was built by the Chăm people in the late 16th century. It is classified as a national historical relic and has become an unmissable tourist attraction when visiting Phu Quy Island.
Hon Tranh Island: Shaped like the letter “S,” Hon Tranh is a special island located about 800 meters southeast of Phu Quy Island. Among the more than 10 small and large islands in Phu Quy District, Hon Tranh has the largest area and is the most popular destination due to its stunning landscapes and diverse ecosystems. The island is surrounded by high mountain ranges that shield it from strong winds, resulting in calm and tranquil waters throughout the year. Moreover, Hon Tranh boasts a vibrant natural