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Ninh Binh Trip Diary – day 2

I woke up at 7am because I forgot to turn off the alarm. Doh! then we had breakfast at the homestay. Their food is pretty good. While waiting for the food and after the meal, we made plan on what to do today. We heard about the big festival that is going on at the old capital. It is only about 6 km driving. I couldn’t drive motorbike so the daughter of homestay owner offered her cousin to take me there and back. The cost was 100k vnd for that service one-way and I thought it was too expensive because the cost for renting a motorbike is 150k vnd per day. Ugh..

morning view from our hotel ninh binh vietnam
morning view from our hotel

The brother of the girl asked me to try the motorbike and see if I can drive it. I was scared because I never really drive a motorbike before. I did learned a little bit when I was in high school. Only on a small street and my brother used to make fun of my speed because I drove like a snail. But after a trial with the guy (he sat on the back, and me driving), apparently, I can drive a motorbike! In the end, we rented 2 motorbikes. My friend with her son. and me alone. We drove together and slowly to the old capital city.

There are a lot of people who asked us to stop for parking on the way to entrance. We picked the last parking spot and the lady said 20,000 VND. We didn’t agree, and the lady reduced the price. 5,000 VND it is! Luckily, the guy from our homestay told us the price for parking there. Thank you, Em!

ninh binh old town vietnam entrance
Entrance to Ninh Binh Old Town
festival boat ninh binh old town
Celebration of 1050 years
boats festival ninh binh old town
Ducks taking shower near boats
Entrance to a temple in Old Town of Ninh Binh
ninh binh old town festival

We strolled around the old capital. Taking A LOT of photos, especially when we found out that there is an event in one of the temple there! Many people wearing traditional dresses and there was a ceremony as well. I don’t know what ceremony was that but it was very interesting. We didn’t stay until it finished though.

On the way out, we stopped by at an ice cream place. 20k for celano ice cream. It was lunch time but my friend didnt want to eat there because of the previous food poisoning case she had on her trip to another cities in vietnam so I just hoped that ice cream would make my tummy calm until we found food! We walked a bit to the other gate, and on the outside of the palace there are many small stalls. I found an interesting water bottled brand in one of the stall! I thought it was Aquafina because it has the same design and color, but it wasn’t. It was Aquatoka! I don’t think they are from the same company…

Vietnam Calligraphy
Vietnam Calligraphy

We continued walking until we found a small pagoda. It looks new but still we took some photos there anyway. After we looked around a bit, we walked back to our motorbike and went back to the hotel to have lunch there.

In the afternoon we just stroll around the village riding a motorbike to take some photos. Then my friend’s son need a rest so we went back to the hotel and returned the motorbike.

Later on, my friend and I walked to the street next of the homestay. We met some people who said hello to my friend on the way, including a boy who passed by in a bicycle and showing us his middle finger while smiling! Whaaat?! I wonder if he understand the meaning of what he just did..

Ninh Binh Vietnam

When we were about to take a photo of abandoned boat, a small girl said hello to us. Her name is Yen, and she is 12 years old. She lives nearby. She was so happy to meet us because she’s been wanting to practice her english. And her english is great by the way. When I was 12 years old, I couldn’t speak English at all lol. She was taught since 5 years old by her mom, through youtube! And now at school she is learning English as well. She was so excited to show us around and didn’t want to leave us. I asked her if she needs to go home and do homework, she said no need, she just want to speak english. Cute! There were 2 of her friends joined us as well but their english is not as good as hers so they only responding in Vietnamese.

She asked us if we want to visit her school and we said yes, so she brought us to her school! What a unique experience! Haha. I’ve never been to a local school. It looked awesome though. I missed my school day just by looking at it. When it was the time to say goodbye, she desperately wanted to chat more but we couldnt. We really need to go back for dinner with the boy (who were asking where is his mom, been away for some time while he was sleeping lol).

We were having dinner together at the hotel when the owner lady joined us and she explained about her plants. In Vietnamese. We used google translator by voice and communicate very well with the lady. Very convenient! We decided not to go to the festival to see fireworks and it was the right decision. The daughter said it would be traffic jam and packed with people there. Her mom (the owner lady) turned on television and we could see the ceremony of the festival live! There were a lot of people at the old palace. I felt like we made the rigth decision by not going there. Not that keen to be in a crowded place. The lady also treat us an ice cream! I picked coconut ice cream and it was so good! Its texture was more like sorbet but sweet like ice cream. Delicious!

We finished eating ice cream by 10pm then I need to stay awake for awhile to digest this but I dont think I can do it, too sleepy. Better sleep now. Good night!

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Ninh Binh Trip Diary – Day 1

Woke up early for 10 am flight and realized it was domestic flight from Ho Chi Minh City so I actually didn’t need to go to the airport that early. Arrived at domestic airport at 8am and while waiting for drop-in baggage saw an email from Vietnam Airline saying the flight has been reschedule to 12pm! Okay… So, I waited for my friend and we decided to check-in the baggage first and go somewhere else. My friend wanted to go to shopping mall, but at that time none opened yet.

Since I was hungry, I suggested to go have breakfast. But they’ve eaten already at home so it was just me. At first I wanted to try com tam ba gien. I’ve been wanting to try it but changed it to banh cuon (which I regretted later). The place is very close from airport. We went there by taxi. It only cost us 27k vnd but the airport surcharge is 10k. So total 37k. Only me ordered banh cuon. The place is very local. Their banh cuon was disappointing. I didn’t like it. No minced pork! Only the rice paper with fried onion on top of it. And they charge me 40k for that. I think it was a tourist price…

We went back to airport, which is very near, only 5 mins. The taxi cost 26k vnd but he asked for 10k surcharge as well! Next time if you are stranded in the airport, just stay inside unless you go back to your house/hotel which worth the cost.

We decided to wait inside and just proceed to security check. The queue was very long! Embrace yourself.. enjoy every moment… Once we got through the security, we went to food court to get snack for my friend’s son. I ordered cajun fries in the end. Too tempting. But it was around 10am already. So it was well calculated 😀 I knew we will get lunch on the plane.

By 11.20am we went to the gate and not long after we heard an announcement that our flight will have another delay to 12.30pm due to technical problem. Oh well, already waited for hours, another 30 mins was not a big deal.

Boarding the plane. They served lunch in the air so it was good. Arrived in Hanoi at 2.30pm. My friend have arranged a pick up service by Binh Minh Limousine so we just needed to wait for them. She already told them that we were gonna be late to arrive there and they knew it. She tried to get in touch and it was really hard to get in touch with them. The phone number listed in their website and facebook were not responding. I tried to look for their phone number through other website and called them. It was the same number that my friend tried earlier.

They finally picked up my call on the 3rd tries. It was already late for 1 hr since our arrival time and they asked us to wait another 10 mins. We were told before that an executive van will pick us up directly from airport and take us to our homestay. But when we arrived in Hanoi, they told us they were sending a small car to pick us up from airport and bring us to their center then we will use the limousine van. We didn’t understand why they couldn’t pick us up with the van because we saw many vans on the airport as well. They said vans are not allowed to go into the airport. After so many communication back and forth and still no car, we decided to take taxi to our homestay instead. It was more expensive but we were just too tired of waiting.

They called my friend when we were on the way in taxi. Asked my friend to hand in the phone to driver but she didn’t do it. And they hang up on her! So rude. After that, they called her many times but she didn’t pick it up. Dude, manage your business better if you don’t want to lose customer…

Can you see the goats on the mountain?

It took us 2 hrs to go to our homestay in Ninh Binh, Sierra Homestay. And the taxi cost was 1.6 mil vnd. We paid more than if we used the limo taxi. It would be 300k vnd per person if we used the limo from binh minh company. But anyway we finally arrived in Ninh Binh! Yay.

The people from our homestay are very friendly. We got our rooms and immediately headed out for the chance of taking photo before dusk. I got a few good shots. The man with the water buffalo was very nice. He couldn’t communicate with us but he still tried to get us a scene with his buffalo. He tried to tell us that the buffalo were heading to a certain direction so he asked us to wait there.

Rooftop Sierra Homestay
View from our rooftop
two people and a tree ninh binh people
They can bring anything with a motorbike (and a cart)
Buffalo taking a shower in the river Ninh Binh
Follow my lead, guys!
The buffalo guy ninh binh
Time to go home
people of ninh binh
Nice to meet you, little girl!

We didn’t know where to eat since it was just our first day here and no chance to look around yet. I ordered fried noodle with pork. It was good. But it couldn’t fill me up for long enough. I got hungry again…

Rest for 2nd day~

Night sky line of Ninh Binh Village
Good Night, everyone!
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Nha Trang Trip Diary – Day 1 (Nem Nuong – Long Thanh Gallery – Long Son Pagoda – Sailing Club)

It was my birthday trip and I never been to Nha Trang before. Excited to see how it looks like! We took flight with VietJet in the morning, and was delayed for almost an hour! My husband booked a car from the hotel to make it easier. But actually you can take taxi to the city as well. There are Mailinh and Vinasun in Nha Trang. The trip from the airport to our hotel took about 40 minutes. Yes, it was far!

Arriving in Nha Trang with VietJet
Arriving in Nha Trang with VietJet

We stayed at Alana Beach Hotel because the location is good and their price is reasonable. One of the reasons for their low price is the new construction building next to them which block the view to the sea! From our room, we could see sea about half of the window. Not bad, but would be better without that building though! The most damage made by that new construction is in the bathroom. There is a big window next to bathtub intended for guests to enjoy the sea view while taking a dip. Now it is blocked by the construction, and of course we need to close the curtain. Unless you don’t mind being watched by the workers lol.

Alana Beach Hotel Nha Trang Executive Suit Room

Alana Beach Hotel Nha Trang Executive Suit Room

Construction blocking the view

Happy Birthday To Me!

Flower Bouquet from hotel, picked by my husband

The hotel provided a flower bouquet and a small cake for my birthday! I’m sure it was a request from my husband though for the flowers because the color was red and white. Just like our flag color. My birthday is the same as Indonesian Independence Day. Hence the color of the bouquet. The upsetting part was when I realized that I couldn’t bring the bouquet home 😦

It was past lunch time when we arrived at the hotel. We ate the cake to fill up our tummy before going out to find a place to have lunch. My husband reminded me about nem nuong which I love in Saigon. He said new nuong in Nha Trang is different. More authentic and taste so much better. He found a place called Nem Nuong Ninh Hoa, not far from our hotel. About 13 minutes of walking. Off we go to that place!

The place was very empty when we arrived. It was past 1.30am so no wonder no one was eating there. I just want the nem nuong. My husband ordered beef as well. They served the food quite fast. Nem Nuong consists of crispy fried rice paper (which I like so much) and grilled pork. They came with vegetables and dry rice paper. We need to make the roll our self by putting everything we want on the rice paper and rolled it. Can add the sauce as well.

Quan Nem Nuong Ninh Hoa

Nem Nuong Ninh Hoa

Nem Nuong Ninh Hoa

Nem Nuong Ninh Hoa

Beef Dish

Very light color Ice Tea

First bite and I was in heaven! It was so good. The combination of vegetable, pork, crispy rice paper, cucumber and mango were really nice. I loved it! Totally recommended this place for lunch or dinner. They have another branch on the same street just a bit further away.

After lunch, we walked to Sinh Tour which is close by as well. I wanted to ask about private tour with them. When my friend came to Vietnam last time, they went to Mui Ne and they used Sinh Tour’s private tour and it wasn’t expensive, so I wanted to try it in Nha Trang as well. For private tour, the minimum is 4 people. Since there were only 2 of us, the price was too expensive. The guy then offered us to rent a car, which would cost about 700k vnd for 4 – 5 hours. Still a bit too much for us. We also asked about Island Tour. And in the end, we didn’t use their tour service.

I haven’t made any itinerary for this trip, so everything was decided on the spot. For next destination, my husband suggested Long Thanh Photo Gallery. On google map, Long Thanh Gallery is located near Nha Trang Cathedral and Long Son Pagoda. Both about 10 minutes walk from the gallery. So first we go to Long Thanh Photo Gallery by taking a taxi, and it cost us 31k vnd which is not bad.

At the door, there is a sign “Please press the bell”. I pressed the bell and waited until someone showed up to open the door. It was a lady who opened the door. Followed by a guy which is the photographer, Mr. Long Thanh. It is a small gallery but filled with many beautiful photographs. All in black and white style. We strolled around the gallery and found some interesting photo to buy, but the problem is we didn’t know the price.

I started a conversation then with the photographer. He is very friendly and helpful as well. He gave me the price list and explained about his work. All of those photographs were taken with an analog camera in black and white film. So it is different than the one taken with a digital camera in monochrome style (Yes, he is very proud of his work. I would too! if I were him). He developed and printed it himself. He also told me that he likes to collect cameras. There are about 45 cameras that he owns now. That’s a massive number! I asked him why didn’t he exhibit his camera to the customer, like in a museum. He explained that he doesn’t have a proper storage to store his camera downstairs, and it is hard to maintain it. Now he put all camera in his working room inside special boxes that will protect the cameras. Make sense. Truly a photographer who loves his camera.

It is not allowed to take picture in his gallery, so I asked him to take photo with me instead after he packed up my purchases. If you are visiting Nha Trang and love photography, make sure to stop by at this gallery. He gave me discount as well for my purchase! And you can pay with credit card, not necessarily pay in cash. The photos are packed in a sturdy tube (We put it in our luggage and it is still good when we arrived back in Saigon).

With Mr Long Thanh the Photographer

After saying goodbye to Mr. Long Thanh, we continued walking to Long Son Pagoda. It took about 10 minutes of walking to reach it. This pagoda is huge and there is a certain area (the main hall) that you can’t go in if you don’t wear appropriate clothes, but you still be able to explore another area. My purpose here was to see the big Buddha statue! We climbed up the stairs and found something on the left area. Sleeping Buddha statue!! It is so majestic and nicely made. After taking some photos, we continue our journey to the top. Bring a bottle of water with you if you do this. Or you can always buy a drink there. There is small shop which sells drinks and coconut.

From the top area, we could see the city as well. The other part of the city though, that is full of buildings. The Giant Buddha statue reminded me of the one in Lan Tau Island, Hong Kong. But this one slightly smaller. Took some pictures and off going down back to the entrance. After the climbing, I felt very exhausted (getting old??) so we decided to go back to hotel first to rest. At the entrance, we took taxi from another company (not Mailinh nor Vinasun) and already prepared for getting scam with the fare. The trip from Long Son Pagoda to our hotel is about 12 minutes of driving, and it cost 61k vnd. My husband thought this is too much but maybe not really. Need to compare more.

After resting for a while, it was time for dinner. I wanted to eat seafood since we were in beach city. My husband found a place in Nguyen Thi Minh Khai street number 79. In the afternoon we passed by a place in that street that looked interesting. We checked them out to see if it’s the same place. Apparently not. This first place (I forgot the name) has smaller number than 79. And while we were waiting to be served, my husband checked on their review. It was 4.5 out of 10! Time to keep moving.

We walked to the other direction for bigger number, and tried to find number 79. It was a long walk and all we could see was number 75! There are so many building with number 75 (even inside a small street, still have number 75). When finally we arrived at number 79, we were disappointed because the place has changed. It is not a seafood restaurant anymore but selling Vietnamese noodle instead 😦 We also visited a restaurant with 79 on its name just in case, but they also don’t sell seafood.

With hungry stomach and tired legs, we decided to try Lee’s Grill. It has a good review as well. The place is clean and comfy but their menu is very minimal. I couldn’t find any interesting dish to order! (Well there was a spicy Korean noodle with seafood on the menu, for 70k vnd, but nope!!). My husband ordered assorted seafood skewers to share, and a Korean style clam soup. Then we got a portion of salad and garlic bread for free!

Assorted Seafood Skewer @ Lee's Grill

Clam Soup Korean Style @ Lee's grill

Avocado Juice @ lee's Grill

The skewers were pretty good. My favorites were grilled baby octopus and bacon with cherry tomato. Baby Octopus was not hard to chew and it tasted yummy as well. Marinated well. Bacon is bacon. Never wrong.

After dinner, we walked back to hotel but made a stop at T-shirt shop, named Ginkgo. Their t-shirt has a unique design and good material. They are using organic cotton. The price is a bit high though. Average prices are 310k vnd for a man t-shirt and 400k vnd for ladies t-shirt.

Continued our journey to the hotel afterward. Around 9 pm, we went to Sailing Club. It is a famous club in Nha Trang. Entrance fee was 150k vnd and we got a ticket for drink. We had to choose which drink we want, was it beer or a cocktail (vodka mixed with orange juice). I chose cocktail of course for that price!

When the drink came, I just remembered that I don’t like vodka! Silly me. Fortunately, this cocktail was acceptable. The portion also quite big for a cocktail. We also ordered chicken wings because we suddenly felt hungry. It was very yummy! The sauce on the wings were delicious and it tasted like they were using worcestershire sauce. Must try! Then dip it in cheese sace if you fancy. But even without it, already finger-licking good!

Vodka with Orange Juice @Sailing Club

Chicken Wings @ Sailing Club

The Sailing Club that night was full, but not many people were dancing on the floor. Music was cool and updated. MC was trying so hard to ask people to join her dancing. There were some people smoking but I didn’t mind it because it was an open-air. What I hate about pub in Asia is they smoke in the room!

After enjoying the music and atmosphere for a while, we went back to hotel and rest for the day.



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Trip to Phu Quoc Island

Phu Quoc Island is the most famous destination in Vietnam, especially amongst expats. It is an island with beautiful coastline and resorts. You can reach there by car (then ride on ferry for about 1.5 hrs to 2.5 hrs depending on what kind of ferry do you take) or by plane. Since I don’t like travelling by ferry, I picked a flight to go there. The flight was only for 1 hour.

Phu Quoc International Airport

We were staying at Ancarine Beach Hotel in Phu Quoc and they were very informative. Right after we booked our room there, we got a message from them saying that since we’re going to spend at least 3 nights at their resort, they will provide shuttle service from and to airport! I was so happy when I got this email xD When we arrived there, they picked us up (and apparently only us for that night). The journey took 30 mins from airport to resort. On our last day, they booked and paid a taxi to take us to airport. I saw on the meter, it was about 270k vnd from Ancarine Beach Resort to Phu Quoc Airport.

Our room was supposed to have sea view and garden view, according to the description on booking.com. But all we could see was garden, the beach was too far away from our room. So my husband contacted the reception and asked if they have any room closer to the beach.

We changed to this room. A wooden bungalow with private bathroom as well. The room’s design was unique, especially the bathroom. Open-air bathroom! They folded the towel into animal shaped EVERY DAY, not just on the first day to welcome you.


Above is the pictures of Ancarine Beach Hotel area. I think it’s really nice for a 3-star resort. Much larger area than 3-star resort in Mui Ne.

Things we did at resort or Phu Quoc Island in general :

  • Lazy time on the beach 😀

It’s a resort! Of course we have to enjoy our days there. The view on the beach was really gorgeous.


  • Rent a motorbike and go around the city

To rent a motorbike, we contacted our receptionist and he arranged everything. It was 200k vnd per day. We got an automatic motorbike, so it was like riding a bicycle. Don’t forget to wear your helmet and practice driving your motorbike first before you go on tour.


  • Rent a car to go on tourist spots

It was too hot to ride on motorbike and go far on a tour. It was not much different between joining a group tour and rent a car, so we decided to rent a car. I’m not a fan of touring with many people, because I don’t like to wait for people or people to wait for me. If I can go on private tour then I prefer that. We asked about the rent cost to our receptionist and it was 800k vnd for 8 hours. And if we joined a tour, it would be 364k vnd per person (total 728k vnd). We went to the same places as the group tour with some changes. Our reception was really good. She helped on arranging the rent, and talked to driver about our destinations, even recommended some good places as replacement.

There are 2 tour company brochure on reception table. They both have almost the same price and package. They are Red River Tours and John’s Tours. We rented a car from John’s Tours. And it was super! The driver drove really careful and calm. He was also helpful even tho he can’t speak English. He tried to show us something with his gesture. A nice guy.

The places she arranged for us were :

1. Pepper farm

There are many pepper farm there, nothing can go wrong if you go to any farm. Pepper is one of their famous commodity. I bought a mixed pepper and it is really tasty to use for eating fruits or with meal.

3 kind of mixed pepper

2. Long Beach Pearl

There are many pearl store there. One of the biggest and most trusted one is long beach pearl because they provide a certificate for their product so it has warranty. But they also have stores in the city like Ho Chi Minh City. I don’t know what makes it special to buy in Phu Quoc than in Saigon. Maybe the price is lower there?! I love the design our their jewelry case. It’s cute!

Black pearl ring

3. Sao Beach

Sao beach is located in south part of Phu Quoc Island. It is very beautiful but very crowded at the same time. Especially at lunch time. Every tour company have schedule to visit this beach and to have lunch there. So expect many buses and tour cars in parking lot, and of course a lot of people in the restaurant. It was really hard to find a good spot to sit if we didn’t reserve before. Their service also not that fast, so you will have a long waiting time. Their food was just so-so with high price. One of the dish we ordered was really good. It’s a fried fish with fish sauce. Another thing I noticed was everything costs money! For example, toilet is 20k vnd. I’m not sure I want to stay in that resort if I need to see many people everyday wandering around.

4. Fish Sauce Factory

Another famous commodity from Phu Quoc is fish sauce. Their fish sauce is really superb. Even my husband, who doesn’t like fish sauce, really hooked with this one. You can buy fish sauce anywhere, but of course the best is buying at their factory. The problem is you can’t bring fish sauce on your flight! They said if the package is broken on the way then the whole airplane will be stinky. We were too honest and ended up handing over our fish sauce to the person in flight counter 😦 My precious fish sauce! There is a souvernir shop next to the factory. They are selling many things. I still wondering how to bring the fish sauce home. I saw a lot of people buying in boxes!

5. Coconut Prison

You don’t need to know about their history to come to this place, but a little knowledge wouldn’t hurt.. At first I was hesitated to go in because the receptionist in our hotel said there will be a lot of torturing scene pictured by waxed doll. It was a bit scary though. All of torturing method you can’t imagined are there. There are some boards with history explanation as well. It was an interesting experience.

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6. Ho Quoc Pagoda

This pagoda was recommended by the receptionist. She said this pagoda is more beautiful than the other one that was listed on the brochure. The driver took us there, and it was quite far from the main road. It is located on top of a hill. Very beautiful indeed! I would recommend this pagoda as well. We could see the sea once we climbed up on highest platform.

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7. Fishing Village

This place is also recommended to visit. It can be really hot, so prepare sunblock, sunglasses and hat. There is a restaurant there but we didn’t eat there. Very interesting area, and also a wonderful view of sea and the village.

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8. Night Market

We skipped this place because we were too tired (and it was too hot!). I just wanted tp lay down and relax after our trip to tourist spots. The other thing was the market is quite far from our resort. Well, we could have ordered taxi or rent a motorbike, but too lazy to do it. Next trip to Phu Quoc we definitely have to visit this place!


The only thing that made me uncomfortable in Phu Quoc was the scarcity of good food! Yes there are some good restaurants, but their price is not cheap. So the spending for food was big if we travel to resort. Here are the places we visited during our stay :

  • Crab House

We found this place on tripadvisor and the reviews were good as well. We went there on the day we rent the motorbike. It was 20 mins trip from our resort. I must say it was worth the trip! This is a must try restaurant. Their food was really delicious. Especially the crab. Since we couldn’t decide which one we want to order, the waitress suggested Combo 2. It was awesome! The sauce is finger-licking delicious! Seriously, it was a really yummy sauce. The crab also yummy. But the shrimp was not my favorite. We love this meal so much! Highly recommended.

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  • Mango Bay Restaurant

We were lucky that our resort was next to Mango Bay Resort. They have a good food and beautiful view. Some people also recommended this place to enjoy sunset, but I found that Ancarine have better view with all their trees and sea waves. My recommendation for this restaurant are : mango mojito, Cha Ca La Vong, and Ong Lang Squid. Definitely have to try those!

  • Sao Beach

There is a restaurant in Sao Beach, run by one of the resort there. It is always crowded at lunch. Their service is very slow, and their food is just so-so. Price also pretty high, not one of good value for money. From several dishes that we ordered that day, our favorite was fried marinated fish (marinated in fish sauce). Their scallop was very disappointing! It was like eating rubber 😦 And their waterspinach / morning glory also so-so.

our lunch. the fish was superb!

  • Ancarine Beach Resort

We stayed here, of course we have to try their restaurant! 😀 (the main reason was because we were lazy to go out to find food, need about 20 minutes to downtown.. unless we choose to eat at mango bay again, so nope..). They have many options for dinner. Price was high (doh!), taste was so-so, but we had no choice.

  • Night Market

Many people told us to visit the market and enjoy their seafood dishes, but unfortunately we didn’t go. Next time! We will visit it next time for sure!

That is all I can share with you guys. If you have any suggestion on place to visit or to eat in Phu Quoc, please let me know in comment below. Ciao!