Shopping guide in Phu Quoc

You want to buy the great pearl or pepper in Phu Quoc, etc, but you don’t know how and where to buy it, following is some advice for all travelers who is shopping lovers:

Dinh Cau Night Market

To enjoy the local cuisine, buy the variety of fruit and vegetables of all shapes and sizes in addition to seafood and other foodstuff, travelers can go to Dinh Cau night market. Coming here you also can buy some souvenirs and inexpensive jewelry.

Duong Dong Shops

Duong Dong shops sell most basic items such as toothpaste, soap, beer; biscuits and provide laundries service also which are much cheaper than resort prices

Locate at 339 Nguyen Trung Truc Street in Dong Duong Town


The only one supermarket in this island is Co.opmart on Tran Hung Dao Street, that offers commodities for your daily needs.

Where to buy local specialties in Phu Quoc:


If you want to buy real pearl in Phu Quoc, travelers can go to Long Beach Pearl which is a famous pearl jewelry brand of Vietnam


Going directly the pepper farm in Phu Quoc and purchase this spicy delicacy directly are the good way to buy the high quality pepper of Phu Quoc. Various shops in the towns on Phu Quoc Island offer the spice as well.

Sim wine

Buying a bottle of sim wine, made from rose myrtle berries that are native to Phu Quoc Island is special gift when you visiting here. In Phu Quoc, you can buy sim wine in many shops around the island or visit the factories directly

Fish sauce

Fish sauce is one of the famous specialties of Phu Quoc, you can go directly to one of the factories to try and buy the best fish sauce in Phu Quoc.

One more other things, I just want to mention that if you want to visit Phu Quoc Island only during 30 days, you don’t need to have Vietnam visa when entering. But in case, you just want to discover more the other Vietnam beauties, Vietnam visa is required. Please check here for more detail about  Vietnam visa requirement .

Further reading: Phu Quoc Travel Guide ,  The best seafood you should try in Phu Quoc/a>

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