Phu Quoc Island is the largest island in Vietnam, a island of islands complex in Thailand Gulf. Phu Quoc and other islands form Phu Quoc District in Kien Giang province. It is deltoid with the bottom edge in the north and descending to the south. The climate on the island of Phu Quoc is tropical monsoon, and it is also less prone to disaster thanks to its special position. Phu Quoc also has an invaluable resource as tropical forests along with beautiful beaches and landscapes, coral reefs,... very suitable for tourism development. Clear waters, white creamy sand are also extremely glamorous. Travelers will certainly have many moments of frolic and relax among the rare pristine, peaceful landscapes and fresh air. In many activities, coral diving is one of the mostinteresting games in here. Phu Quoc sea is beautiful not only by the green on the water but even under the ocean with coral reefs considered to be the most beautiful in Vietnam with 17 types of hard and soft corals and many different kind of anemones. This beautiful island is often compared as a full of life young girl with gorgeous and mysterious beauty of primary forests.