Phu Quoc is written up in many guide books (including Lonely Planet) as Phuket in the making. It will be some time before that happens. In the meantime make the most of a very beautiful and relatively unspoilt island (in a tourist sense). Once you see the pollution in the harbour you could never call it unspoilt in an environmental sense. What a relief to get away from the in your face touts of mainland Vietnam. The people here are really laidback and friendly. My first couple of nights on the island I stayed at Beach Club but found it very quiet and too far away from food, bars & markets. I moved to the Hotel Sea Breeze right on the southern edge of Duong Dong township. Great location, relatively cheap, spotless rooms and friendly staff. A short walk to the night markets where the food is excellent. A trip to the day markets on the other side of the river is definately worthwhile. The roads on the island are terrible apart from the strip of bitumen between the southern resorts of Duong Dong and Mango Bay in the north but be patient and enjoy the island for what it is, not what the guide books might have you believe.
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