Travel to Rach Gia – The beautiful coastal city of Kien Giang, Vietnam (Part 3)

After exploring the exciting places in Rach Gia City and its neighboring areas, continue your journey to discover the beautiful islands of Kien Giang Province. Here are 4 destinations that Ha Tien Vegas hopes you can plan to visit as soon as possible during your Rach Gia Kien Giang tour.

1. Nam Du Island

Nam Du Island Archipelago (old name: Hon An Son) is located about 120km (65 nautical miles) from the Rach Gia coast – under the jurisdiction of Kien Hai district, Kien Giang province. The Nam Du archipelago consists of 21 large and small islands famous for their pristine and majestic natural beauty. In addition, the space and scenery create a charming beauty for the island, which is even more impressive when enjoying the specialties here.

Even the most picky people will be completely conquered by the fine white sand and cool blue waves when they come to the island. To fully enjoy the beauty of the island, you should not miss destinations such as: Hon Nom, Bai Cay Men, Bai Ngu,… In particular, enjoy fresh seafood and enjoy the unforgettable delicious taste of the sea.

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2. Phu Quoc Pearl Island

For the question of what to do in Rach Gia? you should not miss Phu Quoc Pearl Island. About 55 nautical miles (100km) from the mainland to the island, the island is about 120km from Rach Gia and 45km from Ha Tien, and is a top tourist destination for domestic and international tourists.

Currently, Phu Quoc welcomes thousands of tourists every year to visit, have fun and experience. You can choose to travel by plane, high-speed ferry,… to get to the island quickly.

During their visit to Phu Quoc Island, visitors can not only admire the beautiful and clear sea scenery. In addition, a series of interesting destinations on the island also contribute to creating an unforgettable experience for each individual. Some places like: VinWonders Phu Quoc, Grand World, An Thoi archipelago, Sao Beach…

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3. Admire the beauty of Hon Son Island

Hon Son, also known as Hon Son Rai, is an unspoiled island located between Hon Tre and Nam Du. It is famous for its pure beauty and tranquility. Because tourism has not yet been developed, the services on the island are still limited, but that is what attracts tourists who love to explore the unspoiled and peaceful beauty.

Getting to Hon Son is easy. Visitors can take a high-speed ferry (1 hour) or a regular boat (3 hours) from Rach Gia. Rent a motorbike to explore the 20km long coastal road, with beautiful beaches like Bai Bang, Bai Gieng, Bai Bac. Conquer Ma Thien Lanh peak, the highest mountain on the island, to admire the breathtaking scenery and the mysterious Fairy Yard. Explore the coral reefs, go squid fishing at night, or simply relax on the beach, all of which will bring visitors a wonderful experience at Hon Son.

4. Rach Gia sea encroachment area

When coming to Rach Gia, you should not miss the Rach Gia sea encroachment area. Possessing a peaceful beauty and direct sea view, visitors can choose this place to drink coffee, rest and listen to the sound of the waves, which is extremely chill. Tourists also have the opportunity to catch the sea breeze, gaze out at the rows of casuarinas and admire the poetic white sand beach.

With the above suggestions, hopefully visitors will have a complete and memorable tour to explore the islands in Rach Gia.

Wish you a happy and meaningful Rach Gia tour!

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