|Round-trip from||$6,614||From Las Vegas to Phu Quoc|
|One-way from||$489||One-way flight from Las Vegas to Phu Quoc|
Flights to Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam from the United States range from about 20h-32h. The length of your flight will depend mainly on your airline. If you’re departing from the west coast, your flight time will likely be on the shorter end of the range, due to the fact that no matter your airline, you’ll fly westward over the Pacific Ocean to Vietnam. However, if you’re departing from the east coast, you may end up flying westward as well over the rest of the United States and over the Pacific or your journey may take you eastward over the Atlantic and through to southeast Asia, all depending on your airline.
There are no direct flights to Phu Quoc Island from any city in the United States, unfortunately. The best way to try to book a flight that is as direct as possible is to depart from your nearest major airport and travel with an airline that regularly flies into Phu Quoc Island. These airlines include Vietnam Airlines, China Eastern, Qatar Airways, and China Southern. By booking flights with these airlines, you may reduce the number of stopovers you make en route to Phu Quoc Island. You can expect to make stopovers in common cities for this route, such as Paris, Doha, Guangzhou, Bangkok, and Ho Chi Minh City, depending on your airline.
When your destination Phu Quoc Island, you’ll fly into Phu Quoc International Airport (PQC), which is about 9 miles south of Phu Quoc’s capital and largest city, Duong Dong. To reach Duong Dong from the airport, you can take a taxi, which will cost about $6-$8, with a journey time of about 11 minutes. You can also opt to book a town car, which will bring you to Duong Dong in style. This will cost you about $14-$20 depending on your precise destination, with about the same travel time as a taxi. Check to see if your hotel or resort provides free shuttle service, which is common in Phu Quoc.
Phu Quoc Island is home to beautiful natural scenery and plenty of cultural attractions, making it a wonderful place to visit. While in Duong Dong, visit Dinh Cau Rock, a temple complete with a Buddhist shrine and lighthouse which offers stunning views of Dinh Cau Beach below. Be sure to also stroll through Dinh Cau Night Markets, which are open nightly and are the perfect places to chow down on delectable Vietnamese street food. Relax at Long Beach, one of Phu Quoc’s finest, and enjoy goodies from fresh fruit vendors when you’re feel like snacking.
United States citizens traveling to Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam need a passport with six months of validity remaining from the date of their arrival as well as a visa for business or tourism visits.