Enrich yourself by exploring the different sides of Phu Quoc Island and uncovering the historical and industrial root of the northern and southern end of the island.
It may sound surprising but the northern and southern side of Phu Quoc are very different to each other. The south is famous for its marine ecosystem and focuses its industry around the ocean environment such as the pearl and fishing industries. The north, however, is more focused on the farming and factory produces, producing crops such as Phu Quoc Pepper and making Sim wine as its main economic output. When its comes to culture and history, the north is focused on revering the hero of Vietnam’s history while the south is more concerned about preserving the dark side of history. Both are as different as day and night but all in all, both the south and north tell their own perspectives on the history and economy of Phu Quoc.
Your tour begins with a visit to a Sim Wine Factory where you will find out how the wine is made and produced from Sim fruit. You can also sample some if you wish. Next, it is time to go on a nature walk by visiting the farthest Western point of the island and arriving at the stunning Ganh Dau Cape. From here, you can also enjoy the views of the sparkling sea and mainland Cambodia on a clear day. Then, it is time for a little history and cultural lesson as you visit Nguyen Trung Truc Temple, a temple built and dedicated to the most respected hero of Vietnam who fought against the French colonialism in the 1800s. Phu Quoc also has its share of lush forest areas, and you will have the chance to discover it further by trekking through Phu Quoc National Forest. Then, continue your journey with a visit to a pepper farm. Phu Quoc Pepper is renowned for being the best pepper in Vietnam and this visit will give you fascinating insight into its transformation from plant to pepper pot. You will also learn more on how local people cultivate their pepper garden and the nutrient balance needed to ensure the best quality. At this point, you will most likely be hungry for food, so you will stop for lunch at a local restaurant.
In the afternoon, you will visit Ham Ninh Fishing Village, the oldest village of this island and the number one place to get your own fresh catch of the day. From there, you will head to Sao Beach, a coastal stop famous for its soft sand and turquoise ocean water. Then, you will visit a fish sauce factory to find out how local people make Phu Quoc’s nuoc nam (Phu Quoc’s famous fish sauce). Next, you will get to delve into the island’s darker history by visiting Coconut Prison, also known as Phu Quoc Prison. Finally, you will get to visit a pearl farm and discover the secrets behind Phu Quoc’s famous pearl craftsmanship.
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