Chasing the sunset on Phu Quoc Island

11:45 | 29/07/2018

Diving into the jade waters of Phu Quoc would satisfy every visitor coming to Vietnam’s largest island. But there is one thing worth trying once in a lifetime - enjoying the exquisite beauty of the southernmost island at sunset.

Diving into the jade waters of Phu Quoc would satisfy every visitor coming to Vietnam’s largest island. But there is one thing worth trying once in a lifetime - enjoying the exquisite beauty of the southernmost island at sunset. Phu Quoc – dubbed the Pearl Island – is well known for its blue seas, long sandy beaches and wild beauty. However, not everyone has the opportunity to fully admire the island's stunning beauty from above in the sunset, a stunning view offered from the new cable car system that opened earlier this year. From the cable car, visitors are treated to a true spectacle, as they are observe the sun as its light dims to a small red circle and its rays spread softly across the water, touching the clouds with a blush of pink across the dusk bruised skies. The sea is dotted with boats rushing to the wharf, or waiting to embark on a nighttime fishing trip.

chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
Not many people have the opportunity to enjoy Phu Quoc’s stunning beauty from above as the sun sets.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
The sun turns the sea to gold, making Phu Quoc’s sunset a priceless treasure.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
The cable car floats through the magical sky against the orange-pink light of late afternoon.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
The stunning sunset scene at Hon Dam Ngang islet. The rocks rise from the water as lions heading towards the sea.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
A boat in front of the Premier Village Phu Quoc luxury resort in the sunset on Mui Ong Doi cape.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
The sun tints the waves a chicken-fat yellow as dramatic clouds drift past.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
The cable car system leads to Sun World Hon Thom Nature Park, a new entertainment complex on Hon Thom Island.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
Visitors can enjoy sea sports here, such as scuba-diving, kayaking, parasailing, or canoeing around the island.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
Hon Thom features many beautiful beaches and one of the most beautiful is Trao, where visitors can dive into jade waters and relax in the sun on the pristine sands.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
The lush green orchard on the island is also worth exploring.
chasing the sunset on phu quoc island
This summer, Sun World Hon Thom Nature Park offers a special deal for families with children - when buying an adult cable car ticket worth VND500,000, customers will be offered a child for VND350,000 (with the baby under 1,3m). The promotion will last until September 30.

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