Kyle Le’s Favorite Vietnam’s Island Paradise: PHU QUOC Travel. AMAZING BEACHES

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Kyle Le’s Favorite Vietnam’s Island Paradise: PHU QUOC Travel. AMAZING BEACHESby Roxy-Publishingon.Kyle Le’s Favorite Vietnam’s Island Paradise: PHU QUOC Travel. AMAZING BEACHESa Kyle Le Travel Vlog. Vietnam’s famous island, Phu Quoc, has a lot to offer. Most people will come for its beautiful beaches along some spectacular coastline. My friends and I rented motorbikes (the best way to ger around the island) and we rode to the Phu Quoc Prison aka the Coconut Prison. This was […]

a Kyle Le Travel Vlog.
Vietnam’s famous island, Phu Quoc, has a lot to offer.
Most people will come for its beautiful beaches along some spectacular coastline. My friends and I rented motorbikes (the best way to ger around the island) and we rode to the Phu Quoc Prison aka the Coconut Prison. This was where the French and Americans would keep and torture political prisoners. Lots of surreal and gut wrenching imagery there, but well worth the visit.

Then I found myself on Phu Quoc’s many beaches. I forgot which one. Maybe Long Beach somewhere. Either way, it was beginning to get dark. The best and only place to go during night time is the Phu Quoc Night Market. This i where you’ll have a chance to try some delicious and fresh seafood. The common items were on par, like the octopus was really refined. However, once I decided to fork oer 25 dollars for a a baby shark. It turned out to be the most disgusting ammonia based thing I’ve ever eaten.

The next day we went to see Phu Quoc dogs. These are Vietnam’s pride and joy, a rarely rare and unique breed of ridge-back dogs native to the island. I went to a zoo, circus, and even a cemetery of these dogs. Then I went to a boring pepper farm, another export that Phu Quoc is famous for. Then I went to Phu Quoc’s National Park and that walk was pretty boring too. I’ve been spoiled by many jungle and forest experiences. Then I hired a boat for night time squid fishing, a popular activity at Phu Quoc. Unfortunately, once the crew started catching squid, I got terribly seasick and the boat had to dock shortly after. The three hour trip was cut short to 20 minutes.

And I stayed at the Castaways Resort
https://www.facebook.com/CastawaysPhuQuoc?fref=ts

To read more on Phu Quoc read my blog:
http://www.kylele.net/2015/04/phu-quoc-travel-revisited.html
and
http://www.kylele.net/2015/04/phu-quoc-island-vietnam-travel-day-2.html
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About Me: I’m Kyle Le and I live, travel, and eat in Vietnam and many Asian countries. I’m passionate about making videos and sharing modern Asia to the world. I’ve traveled everywhere in Vietnam, from Hanoi to Saigon – Far North, Central Highlands, Islands, and Deep Mekong Delta – I’ve visited there. In addition to 10+ countries in Asia from Indonesia to Thailand to Singapore, you’ll find all of my food, tourist attractions, and daily life experiences discovering my roots in the motherland on this amazing journey right on this channel. So be sure to subscribe- there’s new videos all the time and connect with me below so you don’t miss any adventures.

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