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Phu Quoc named world”s 8th best honeymoon spot

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(Tinmoitruong.vn) - Phu Quoc Island has been ranked eighth in a list of 20 best honeymoon destinations by Rough Guides, a leading British publisher of travel and reference information.

 Phu Quoc named world's 8th best honeymoon spot

 

It has been slotted behind Treasure Beach (Jamaica), Santorini (Greece), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Kwazulu-Natal (South Africa), Venice (Italy), The Great Ocean Road (Australia), and Kerala (India).

 

"Asia is full of honeymoon-worthy islands, but Phu Quoc remains one of the most appealing," the website said

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"Though it has undeniably been ‘discovered' now, the level of development here is still relatively low key, enabling you to really kick back and enjoy the palm-backed soft-sand beaches and warm waters.

 

"Phu Quoc is also a starting point for tours to the unspoilt An Thoi Islands, the water around which are ideal for snorkelling."

 

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