Ngan Sao Resort - Hotel and resort in Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Ngan Sao Resort
Dong Duong town
(84-77) 848 203
Ngan Sao resort is set in a tranquil corner of sandy Phuquoc beach, one side is cliffs, the other is Bai Truong sandbank spreading out to the horizon. Facing the ocean the sky and the sea intermingle with countless twinkle stars, the stars of sky and fishing boat where man and nature come together.
- Price:

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Room type  Single Double
Standard room $30 $30
Special room type 2 $35 $35
Special room type 1 $37 $37
Standard bungalow $45 $45
Special bungalow
$65 $65

- Location:
By air: Vietnam Airlines ATR72 aircraft from Ho Cho Minh City (3flights/day, 50 minutes) and from Rach Gia (daily, 25minutes) to Phu Quoc and back.

By Sea: Daily express boats between Rach gia and An Thoi (2 and half hours, departing from Rach gia at 8:30am and from An Thoi at 2:00pm); and between Hon Chong (Ha Tien) and An Thoi (1hour, departing from Hon Chong at 3:00pm and from An Thoi at 9:00pm)

- Amenities:

  • Airport and City Shuttle        
  • Motorbikes, car, boat rental        
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Parking        
  • Swimming Pool        
  • IDD telephone in all rooms
  • Airline ticket confirmation        
  • Foreign currency exchange        
  • Laundry service
  • Safe deposit Box at Reception Desk        
  • 300 seats airy seafood restaurant        
  • Tour guide
- Policies:
- Extra bed with breakfast :US$10
- Rates are inclusive 10% of service charge and 7% of applicable government tax.
- Airport transfer US$15 one way

- Accommodation:
Standard room
Air Con, T.V, fridge, hot/cool shower, Phone.
Special room type 2
Air Con, T.V, fridge, hot/cool shower, Phone, bath -tub.
Special room type 1
Air Con, T.V, fridge, hot/cool shower, Phone, bath -tub, spacious room.
Standard bungalow
Air Con, T.V, fridge, hot/cool shower, Phone
Special bungalow
Air Con, T.V, fridge, hot/cool shower, Phone, bath -tub, spacious room.

- Leisures & sports:
Phuquoc Natural Reserve
Established in 1986 and later expanded to a total are of 37,000 ha, Phu Quoc Nature Reserve with diverse flora and fauna covers mainly the mountainous northern part of the island. There are nearly 929 tree species of which 19 newly-found species are first recorded in Vietnam. The forest is home to many species of birds and small mammals (flying squirrels, sloth-monkeys…) As explained by the French Larousse dictionary, the famous Phu Quoc dog is a well-tamed wild canine species which has become hunters' favorite companion. Trekking through the park should be done in the dry season only.

Dinh Cau Rock
Situated by the mouth of the Duong Dong River , Dinh Cau Rock is considered the symbol of Phu Quoc where sand, sea, sun, and stone blend in perfect harmony. It is not only an odd-shaped scenic beauty but also a quaint sacred holy place. Local fishermen pray to God here before setting sail. The romantic steps take you to the top, where you can feel the gentle sea breeze, watch sunset over the eroded rock formation and enjoy a peaceful view of the Duong Dong River.

Duong Dong Riverside market
A nice way to get an insight into the life of a locality is socializing yourselves in its marketplace. Everything in Duong Dong market looks so different from anything else in town: huge fish, odd fishing tools… A lively and cheerful atmosphere permeates the marketplace from vendors in conical-palm hats sitting on the ground with their small baskets of little fruits and vegetables to salespeople at their big well-stocked stands. A walk to the market jetty where you can take wonderful snapshots of boats constantly loaded and unloaded in a hurry is also worth trying.

An Thoi Islands
Off the southern tip of the main island (30 minutes by boat from An Thoi), the 15 islands of An Thoi abound with scenic beaches, azure waters, colorful coral reefs and colonies of diverse fishes. Large of tiny, some of them are still uninhabited and perfectly pristine. A host of leisure activities awaits you such as swimming, snorkeling, boating, fishing or just lounging. Don't fail to stop at a fishing village in Hon Thom to see the locals' daily chores and experience their friendliness. Boats can be arranged at your hotel.

Phu Quoc has worldwide been famous for its two traditional products: the pepper and fish sauce. The numbers are quite surprising: hundreds of fish sauce workshops (annual output: 10 million liters) and countless pepper gardens (total area: 500 ha). Visitors to pepper gardens will be captivated by word of "itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny coins" of patient growers while at fish sauce workshops, they will be amazed at the sight of dozens of bulky barrels being lined up and waiting to be jammed with fresh fish. You will be tempted to try a few pungent green pepper coins and half a spoonful of the tasty salty sauce.

Phu Quoc is known for its seafood, dies cuttlefish, ca thieu (dried fish slices), nuoc mam (fish sauce) and black pepper. For deer, eel, frog and cuttle fish (as well as more convention fare).