Long Beach is a 20-km-long coastal area on Phu Quoc Island, where you can find swanky beachfront resorts, beachfront restaurants, cafés and bars with breathtaking sunset views. Also known as Bai Truong, the beach is still relatively pristine with plenty of palm trees and soft sands.
Long Beach in Phu Quoc is divided into the northern and southern ends, with the former housing most of the island’s luxury resorts, restaurants, and tourist facilities. There’s also a backpacker’s called Long Beach Village, which is located behind Tran Hung Dao Street. While most of the beachfront are owned by various five-star resorts, you can still find several public areas towards the south.
Long Beach is easily navigated on foot, but we highly recommend renting a motorbike or bicycle to explore traditional fishing villages and pearl farms located on the southern end of the beach. As the beach is located on the west coast of Phu Quoc Island, many travellers make their way here during the evening to enjoy breathtaking sunset views. It’s also an ideal spot for sunbathing, snorkelling, and swimming, especially for those staying at the high-end resorts and hotels.