Quần đảo An Thới - Things to Know Before Visiting
Quần đảo An Thới, Tp. Phú Quốc, tỉnh Kiên Giang, Vietnam
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About Quần đảo An Thới
An Thoi archipelago is an archipelago located in the Gulf of Thailand which was under the management of Hon Thom commune, Phu Quoc District , Kien Giang province, Vietnam. The waters here are clear water; in some places, the sea is nearly 30 m deep. Visitors can explore nature, fishing, scuba diving.
Attractions Near Quần đảo An Thới
Phu Quoc War Prisoner Prison, or Phu Quoc Communist Prisoner Prison is a prison located in An Thoi town on the southernmost island of Phu Quoc . During the Indochina War, this prison was called the Coconut Tree Prison. This is a central prison prisoner in the Republic of Vietnam, each holding more than 32,000 prisoners
One of the beautiful beach which was located in the heart of the Kien Giang province which was popular among tourists with its white powdery sand, jungle backdrop and so many swaying palm trees for tourists to enjoy. This beach is also famous for so many marine creatures also.
Located at the base of a mountain facing the sea and the rising sun, this is the largest Buddhist temple in Phu Quoc island.
A beautiful waterfall which was located in the middle of a dense forest within the Ham Ninh Mountains. This place is ideal for picnicking, camping, and bird-watching, with small walking paths available for those who prefer a leisurely hike through the jungle. It is one of the precious places with large verities of flora and fauna.
A small waterfall and sculpture park accessed through a short uphill hike. You can take a shower underneath.
A traditional fishing village in the Kien Giang province, Vietnam.Ham Ninh commune is divided into 2 hamlets including Bai Vong and Rach Ham. This place is beautiful with its nature and the water resource. We can study the living of the Vietnamese people from here.
Where is Quần đảo An Thới
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Located in the Mekong Delta regions, it is known for its fishing and rice farming.