By ferry the journey from Phu Quoc to Rach Gia is scheduled to take 2 hours 15 minutes. This is 1 hour longer than the ferry journey to Ha Tien, which is the other large port with services to and from Phu Quoc.
Ferry Times from Phu Quoc to Rach Gia
There are currently 4 ferry services a day from Phu Quoc to Rach Gia available to book online.
|Phu Quoc||Rach Gia||Economy||Tourist||Company|
|07:10||09:25||$ 16||$ 26||Phu Quoc Express|
|08:00||10:15||$ 16||$ 26||Phu Quoc Express|
|11:00||13:15||$ 16||$ 26||Phu Quoc Express|
|13:25||15:40||$ 16||$ 26||Phu Quoc Express|
- Tourist Class passengers are provided with free food and WiFi, as well as better seats than Economy Class passengers.
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Phu Quoc Ferry Pier
Ferry services from Phu Quoc to Rach Gia depart from Phu Quoc Bai Vong Port.
Rach Gia Ferry Pier
Ferry services from Phu Quoc to Rach Gia terminate at Rach Gia Port.
About travel to Rach Gia
From Phu Quoc, passenger ferries travel to two different mainland ports, one in Rach Gia and the other in Ha Tien. Rach Gia is the closer of the two ports to Ho Chi Minh City. By bus it takes around 6 hours to travel from Rach Gia to Ho Chi Minh City. The journey by bus from the other port in Ha Tien to Ho Chi Minh City takes from 8 to 13 hours depending on which bus service you take. For this reason, the port of choice for those travelling from Phu Quoc to Ho Chi Minh City tends to be Rach Gia.
Rach Gia itself is fairly large city with around 400,000 permanent residents. The city is also the administrative capital of Kien Giang province. The city has a small number of temples, ornate gates and a museum to visit. Strolling along the waterfront in the evening alongside the wooden fishing boats is also pleasant. Rach Gia, however, doesn’t have a well developed tourist infrastructure. The city does have some mid range hotels, as well as some more basic ones, along with restaurants and bars, but little in the way of international food and the menus are rarely translated into English. You could stay overnight in Rach Gia quite comfortably, but most travellers will want to continue their journey on the same day through to Ho Chi Minh City.