Mango Bay Resort - Hotel and resort in Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Mango Bay Resort
Ong Lanh Beach
(84-773) 981 693
Phuquoc
The Mango Bay Resort Phu Quoc is on tranquil Ong Lang Beach at Phu Quoc Island. Here guests can enjoy swimming in the ocean or take a stroll along the secluded beach. The open-air sea view restaurant serves daily fresh seafood, and Vietnamese and Western dishes. This small, clean and quite budget resort has fan cooled accommodation at reasonable prices.
- Price:

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Room type  Single Double
Verandah $35 $40
Fisherman Bungalow $55 $60
Rammed Earth Bungalow $65 $70

- Location:
Daily flights connect from Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi minh City to Phu Quoc Domestic Aiport then it is approximately 20 minutes drive to the resort.

Alternatively High speed boats ply daily between Rach Gia and An Thoi in the South ( journey time approximatly 2.5 hours, up to 4 boats a day), Ha Tien and An Thoi in the South (journey time approximatly 1. 5 hours, normally 1 boat a day) then it is 45 minutes by bus from An Thoi Ferry Station to the resort.

Boat journeys are subject to weather conditions and short notice changes or cancellations.
   


- Amenities:

  • Bar        
  • Restaurant        
  • Safety Deposit Boxes
  • Bicycle Hire        
  • Canoeing        
  • Fishing
- Policies:
Rates shown are inclusive of all taxes, breakfast and service charges.
Rates shown are only applied for bookings with this system.

- Accommodation:
Verandah
The Verandah is a large wooden and shaded area, built from 60 year-old seasoned timber. The Verandah rooms are more communal in nature and look out under the shadow of coconut palms onto the sea. Cotton mosquito nets and ceiling fans. All have private bathrooms, one of which is outdoors.

In keeping with the low impact and peaceful approach of the resort, the rooms are free of air-cons, fridges and telephones.

Fisherman Bungalow
Three fishermen’s bungalows. These are traditional Phu Quoc fishermen’s houses, transported and reassembled individually. They make spacious rooms, suitable for families. All have outside bathrooms, natural wooden decks and four-poster beds draped with cotton mosquito nets cooled by ceiling fans. They also have a private sea view balcony.

Rammed Earth Bungalow
Eight rammed earth bungalows: solid cool rammed earth walls, leaf thatched roofs and spacious decks. All are equipped with ceiling fans, four-poster beds draped with cotton mosquito nets and wooden furniture. Outdoor bathrooms with solar powered hot water look straight out into jungle.

These are the first Rammed earth buildings in Vietnam, an efficient environmentally friendly building technique using locally available soil to form walls with an attractive natural finish.

- Restaurant & bar:
Mango Bay’s restaurant
Mango Bay’s restaurant sits right on the sea, atop smooth rocks against which the waves gently lap. The restaurant is casual, open air, built on a large tree frame, with leaf-thatched roof, rammed earth walls and hand-finished aggregate floor. Can sit 40 with ease and comfort.

A 270-degree view, through three open sides, covers both north south and the inland natural vegetation. Guests can swim from the restaurant, or just sit and enjoy the finest big sky sunsets in Vietnam, with calm seas broken only by fish and fishermen. A shower is available if you wish to stop by for a drink straight after a swim.

Mango Bay prides itself on an excellent seafood based menu. Fresh local seafood, and other ingredients are all sourced from the island’s daily markets.