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Group 1, Cua lap Hamlet Duong To, Phu Quoc Commune, Duong To, Phu Quoc Island 922200 Vietnam
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Cable Car, Aquatopia Water Park & 4 Islands Trip By Speed Boat
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Cable Car, Aquatopia Water Park & 4 Islands Trip By Speed Boat

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HIGH LIGHTS: CABLE CAR - AQUATOPIA WATER PARK - MONG TAY ISLAND - GAM GHI ISLAND - MAY RUT ISLAND - THOM ISLAND<br><br>Itinerary: <br>8:30 pick you up at the hotel<br>- Arrive An Thoi port – get on the speedboat<br>+ Mong Tay Island: swimming<br>+ Gam Ghi Island: snorkeling at the coral reef<br>+ May Rut Island: white sand lagoon – unique chill out<br>+ Have lunch on the island (8 dishes + fresh seafood)<br>+ Sea walker (self-expense): New type of service in Phu Quoc Island<br>+ Enjoy Aquatopia water park with more than 20 thrilling games at Thom Island<br>- Back on the cable car in 25min – enjoy the sunset – Amazing sea view &amp; beautiful islands from above<br>- 17:00 Return to your hotel
$46.00 per adult
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Daniko8 wrote a review Feb 2019
Plano, Texas1,119 contributions126 helpful votes
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I decided to stop by Sim Son while driving back to my hotel. There really isn't much to see in the garden out back, and the rose myrtle (sim) trees weren't much to look at either. All the signs are in Vietnamese. The highlight is the samples of sim wine in front. I wanted to buy a flask sized to bottle to drink, as it was my last day in Phu Quoc and I only had carry-on luggage on my flight back to Saigon, but unfortunately all they carried were larger sized bottles.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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ElevatorAl wrote a review Nov 2017
Prince Rupert, Canada130 contributions62 helpful votes
They gave us a sample of two types of wine. The first at 5% alcohol content was quite pleasant. The second at 39% (I believe) was rather harsh and not enjoyable on my palate. We walked around the grounds and saw the sim plants, sim flowers, and even sampled the sim bud (not sure what you call it) that they extract the fruit to make the wine. Afterwards we walked through their shop where all manner of sim products, coconut oils, and wooden sculptures were for sale. They had a nice wooden clock, ornately carved, but it was too large to fit in a suitcase. I wound up purchasing some sim massage oil. Nice little place for a quick stop.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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SiYauKai wrote a review Sep 2017
Vancouver, Canada108 contributions24 helpful votes
Never heard of this type of wine until we visited Phu Quoc Island, and it's their specialty. As part of the tour itinerary, we went to Sim Son, where you can taste test different types of sim wine...from light alcohol content (16% approx) to higher (40%). We were told that locals like the higher alcohol content, but we actually preferred the lighter one, which had a nice fruity taste to it. Once we knew what we wanted after the taste test, you go inside and purchase your wine. Unfortunately, we ended up buying the wrong one (bought sim syrup instead of sim wine 'cos labels were hard to read). We wanted to buy the smaller bottles for easier packing, but did not realize it was the sim "syrup" instead of sim "wine"...so read the labels carefully! Good thing, it's still from the same ingredient, just sweeter, so have to dilute the syrup with more ice and lime juice...overall, still a great drink!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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BuiDucHanh wrote a review May 2017
Con Son, Vietnam177 contributions67 helpful votes
They sell everything from Sim wine, pepper, wood product and pearl. a small shop with all thing in mess and waste time
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Date of experience: May 2017
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easterntreker wrote a review Jan 2017
Halifax, Canada3,489 contributions700 helpful votes
This is an interesting winery for sure. Never saw Wine made from Myrtle Flowers before. The wine tastings are really a great chance to see the difference . The first we had tasted very much like a sherry the last like a great thick syrup that would be excellent on ice cream .Its near the airport...try it out.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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