By joint bus and ferry services the journey from Sihanoukville to Phu Quoc in Vietnam is scheduled to take around 7 hours 30 minutes. Travelling direct is much faster than travelling via Ho Chi Minh City.
Bus Times from Sihanoukville to Phu Quoc
There are currently 2 services a day from Sihanoukville to Phu Quoc available to book online.
|08:15||15:40||$ 38||Bus and Ferry||Champa Tourist Bus|
|11:30||19:00||$ 38||Bus and Ferry||Champa Tourist Bus|
Buy Tickets from Sihanoukville to Phu Quoc
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After booking you need to print out the ticket to show to the transport operator before boarding the bus.
Sihanoukville Bus Stop
- Champa Tourist Bus services from Sihanoukville to Phu Quoc depart from the Champa Tourist Bus Office in Sihanoukville.
Phu Quoc Bus Stop
- Champa Tourist Bus services from Sihanoukville to Phu Quoc terminate at Phu Quoc Bai Vong Port.
About Travel to Phu Quoc
Phu Quoc, located in the South of Vietnam close to Cambodia, is the Vietnam’s largest island. Phu Quoc is trianagular in shape, 50 km long and 25 km at its widest point. Phu Quoc’s population is around 180,000, with a third of the island’s permanent residents living in the island’s main town, Duong Dong.
Beaches in Phu Quoc
Phu Quoc’s 150 km long coastline has many beaches. These beaches are all fairly narrow, and for the greater part lined with coconut trees. Some beaches have a garbage problem, most, however, do not and the water quality is fairly good and sutiable for swimming.
The most popular beach is the 20 km long Bãi Trường Beach, as known as Long Beach, which is located in the South West of the island close to Phu Quoc International Airport. The area behind Bãi Trường beach is the most developed part of the island featuring lots of restaurants and bars, as well as internationally recognised hotel brands such as Park Hyatt and InterContinental.
Bai Sao Beach, on the South East Coast of Phu Quoc is generally considered to be the island’s most beautiful beach. Bai Sao Beach curves gently around a bay and the land behind the beach is for the most part heavily forested.
Activities on Phu Quoc
The major tourist attraction is Vinpearl Land amusement complex, which is not on Phu Quoc itself, but on Hon Thom Island. Hom Thom Island is accesible from Phu Quoc via an 8 km long cable car service.
Another popular excursion is to the 14 islands of the nearby An Thoi archipelago. These islands have some excellent spots for snorkelling and diving, as well as some very attractive small beaches.
Other peopular activities include visiting pepper farms, fish sauce factories and pearl farms. Pepper, fish sauce and pearls are the three main exports from Phu Quoc and, alongside tourism, they are very important to the local economy.