Phu Quoc Island

Located in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc — pronounced ‘foo k’wok’ — is a tropical paradise endowed with breathtaking natural beauty, just 45km from the southwestern coast of Vietnam. Stretching just 48km from north to south, Phu Quoc is roughly the size of Singapore and can be easily circumnavigated by car or motorbike in a day. Should our guests wish to explore more of this extraordinary island, we can happily make all your arrangements.

For most of the 20th century, the island was sparsely populated, sleepy outpost comprising of fishing communities and a small number of farmers, who lived off harvesting coconuts, growing cashews and rubber. Thankfully in many places, Phu Quoc, known as ‘Pearl Island’ to Vietnamese, retains much of its quaint, rustic ambience — especially at Green Bay Resort. Located in a private, picture-perfect bay, surrounded by a thick tropical forest, we offer our guests the chance to capture the traditional essence of this tropical paradise.

Local Produces

The perfect all-purpose pepper

No one is sure how long pepper has been grown on Phu Quoc Island but, nevertheless, today this indigenous spice ...

The champagne of fish sauces

A recognized trademark known throughout the world, Phu Quoc's ‘nuoc mam’ (pronounced ‘noo-uk mam') is said to ...

A precious gift to the islanders

The uniquely tranquil waters off the coast of Phu Quoc are also the ideal place for the rich development of marine life ...

Wander into Nature

Our luxurious lodgings incorporate natural and sustainably-sourced materials while featuring all of the modern amenities that guests would expect from a superlative boutique holiday experience.

Exploring Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc has truly been blessed by Mother Nature. Much of this mountainous island paradise is covered in thick, lush forest – over 50 percent of the island is a protected national park – while the coastline boasts some of the most stunning beaches in Southeast Asia. While most tourists come in search of the white sand and turquoise waters, there is much beauty inland. There are exactly 99 hills dotted around the central parts of island, which is home to a rich and fascinating biodiversity including 265 species of animals and 1,164 varieties of plants.