To travel overland to Phu Quoc Island in Southern Vietnam you need to take a ferry from Ha Tien on the mainland.
Ferry Times to Phu Quoc
There are five ferry services a day from Ha Tien to Phu Quoc which you can book online.
|Ha Tien||Phu Quoc||Economy Class||Tourist Class||Company|
|06:00||07:15||$ 13||$ 19||Phu Quoc Express|
|07:45||09:00||$ 13||$ 19||Phu Quoc Express|
|09:45||11:00||$ 13||$ 19||Phu Quoc Express|
|11:45||13:00||$ 13||$ 19||Phu Quoc Express|
|13:45||15:00||$ 13||$ 19||Phu Quoc Express|
- The difference between ‘Tourist’ class and ‘Economy’ class is that seats in Tourist class are more comfortable and passengers have more leg room.
Buy Tickets to Phu Quoc
Use the Search Box below to buy tickets from Ha Tien to Phu Quoc.
Ha Tien Ferry Pier
Phu Quoc Ferry Pier
About Phu Quoc
At 48 km long and with a population of slightly over 100,000 permanent residents Phu Quoc is the largest island in an archipelago of 28 islands in the very south of Vietnam, closer to the Cambodian coast than it is to the coast of Vietnam. Once known only for its fishing industry and pepper, said only to be second in quality to pepper from Kampot in Cambodia, Phu Quoc is fast becoming a major tourist destination in its own right. The great beaches, protected forests, and easy visa regulations (30 days visa on arrival at no fee) make Phu Quoc a prime spot for tourist development. Everyone dreams of going on holiday to a peaceful and relatively undeveloped tropical island with a low crime rate and a welcoming culture and for the moment Phu Quoc ticks all those boxes.
The three main areas where most people stay on Phu Quoc are the main town Duong Dong, Ong Lang Beach, and Long Beach. These areas all have a well developed tourist infrastructure and a full range of amenities for foreign visitors. However, to experience the best thing on offer in Phu Quoc you really need to get out in your own vehicle and explore the countryside and less visited beaches on the island. We also recommend that you take a boat tour to go snorkelling or diving around the 14 islands of the nearby An Thoi archipelago.