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Welcome to Southeast Asia

Updated 25th Oct 2021 Southeast Asia is opening! After more than three months fighted against with the 4th wave of COVID, SEA is now preparing to welcome international travelers at the end of this year, 2021.
  • Thailand: Open more 5 destinations including the capital Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chon Buri, Phetchaburi và Prachuap Khiri Khan (Phukhet was already opened in Jul). Fully vaccinated travelers from some countries to enter without quarantine from day 1st Nov 2021.

  • Indonesia: The Indonesian government has conducted a trial opening of tourism in three areas on October 14, including Batam, Bintan and Bali provinces to international tourists.Visitors come to Bali must be fully vaccinated, isolated for 5 days in a hotel.

  • Singapore: The most dynamic country in SEA open its borders to fully vaccinated travelers from Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, German, the UK and the US from  October 2021

  • Cambodia: Recently announced to all foreign consular that vaccinated international tourists with proof of their inoculation could be allowed into Cambodia from 19th October 2021 onwards. Travel conditions estimates as following:

  • Full vaccinated Travelers – 7 days quarantine, not full or unvaccinated Travelers – 14 days quarantine

  • Certification showing a negative COVID test 72-hours before travel and another negative COVID test upon arrival

  • Waive deposit of USD 1,000 per person if travelers have confirmation letter from quarantine hotel.

  • Visa on arrival is not applicable. Travelers need to apply Cambodian tourist visa (Visa T) from consular in your regional countries or via e-visa

  • Vietnam: Phu Quoc Island was approved being the first destination opening for vaccinated international tourists without quarantine since end of November 2021. The other cities; Danang, nha Trang, Halong Bay is planning to be the next opening destinations, after Phu Quoc island.


Phu Quoc island – a hidden paradise for Sea-Sand – Sun lovers. This idylic and laid back destination close to Cambodia still remains largely untouched with beautiful beaches along most of its coastline and forested hills inland.

Phu Quoc Weather

The best time to visit Phú Quốc Island is between November and March, as the temperatures are pleasant and the skies are clear. Expect a mix of sun and rain if you visit from April to June. From July to October, the rainy season takes hold, bringing heavy downpours and cooler temperatures.

Phu Quoc Transport

Short and direct daily flights to Phú Quốc International Airport depart from Ho Chi Minh City, Đà Nẵng and Hanoi. Other options for visiting include high-speed boats travelling between the island and the Mekong Delta towns of Rạch Giá and Hà Tiên. Travelling around Vietnam’s largest island is relatively easy, with plenty of taxis readily available. Ride-hailing apps and tours by private car can also be a great option for visitors. Tours by boat through An Thới Archipelago are a must-do to go snorkelling and island hopping.


Lazy on the beach

Toward the island's southern coast, Bãi Sao is famous for its scenery and comes with the added adventure of navigating Phú Quốc's dirt roads. Further north, you'll find more secluded shores, from Ông Lang beach to the long, empty stretch of Bãi Dài.

See a slice of local life

To get a better sense of local life on Phú Quốc, pay a visit to Dinh Cậu, a modest temple on Long Beach. Visit fish sauce factories in Dương Đông, and poke around the fishing villages and floating restaurants on the north of the island.

Unwind in a beach bar

Get ready to party: Phú Quốc is home to some amazing beach bars. INK 360 surprises patrons with avant-garde design, Sailing Club spoils diners with delicious fusion cuisine, and Rock Island Club serves up gorgeous sea views.

Go island-hopping

The An Thới Archipelago is Phú Quốc’s crown jewel. These islands are blessed with sunny, sandy beaches and brilliant blue water, so you can snorkel, scuba, and swim to your heart’s content. Try a boat tour to locate your favourite.

Take a scenic cable car ride

It’s just 20 minutes from the mainland to Hòn Thơm Island on the SunWorld Cable Car, but these 20 minutes is highlight. Soak up the beauty of Vietnam’s southern islets as you soar above sparkling water, fishing boats and rocky coves.


The rich waters surrounding Phu Quoc are an important source of livelihood for fishing families on the island. Many fishermen catch anchovies that are carefully processed into the island’s famous fish sauce. Enjoy  lunch in a floating restaurant out on the water, and visit the buzzing night market for a unforgettable dinner of barbecued seafood.

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