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If you're looking for reviews for Ham Ninh because it's said to be one of the tourist spot to go, especially to take photo or observe local lifestyle - forget it. Our local driver told us via Google translator that Ham Ninh is no longer...More
I thought this was amazing. Authentic and local food. Go to the end of the pier and fin yourself a good restaurant. We rented a motorbike from Phu Quoc centre, and it cost us only 100k dong to go there both ways. Dont take taxi!...More
We visited the fishing village as a suggestion by concierge at the Radisson Blu Hotel. We are 4 adults travelling in Phu Quoc.
This village is all about eating fresh seafood. Im not sure where it is captured but it is kept in buckets of...More
We had heard about the floating restaurants and I had had very good experience in Borneo. This was an expensive exercise. $30 Australian each way by taxi. So $60 return trip. When we arrived, we wanted the large prawns. Most restaurants did not have any....More
We went here because our hotel really recommended it. The seafood was very tasty but apart from that there is nothing I would want to go back for.
Parking your motorbike can be done near the beginning of the pier, where you turn left and...More
Stopped here as part of our day trip around the island. It felt like an authentic piece of Vietnamese life and didn't feel touristy at all. Walked along the pier looking at all the restaurants and their interesting fare! Unfortunately the surrounding waters where quite...More
When i arrived to the Ham Ninh fishing village, first i saw lots of dry products both sides as dry fish, dry shrimp, dry squid,... the others thing are sea horse, sea dragon,...to put inside the rice wine for healthy drinking as local people said....More
We spent around $40 for a round trip taxi from Premiere Village Phu Quoc Resort to Ham Ninh, which is quite costly.
There are many different seafood restaurants at Ham Ninh Pier but we chose Dao Ngoc as we saw many customers were already there....More