Kien Giang is a province in the Mekong Delta – southwest of the country: the North borders the Kingdom of Cambodia; Southern Ca Mau and Bac Lieu provinces; to the east and southeast of An Giang, Can Tho and Hau Giang provinces; The Gulf of Thailand is in the west.
Speaking of tourism, Kien Giang has to mention Phu Quoc with the strength of relying on the beautiful beaches, colorful coral reefs, and you can also explore the forest on the island.
Referring to Kien Giang tourism can not fail to mention the traditional occupations of the residents here. That is the fish sauce production and pepper cultivation. Phu Quoc fish sauce and Phu Quoc pepper are two famous commodities in the world. Apart from these two trades, Kien Giang’s main economic activity is fishing. Recently, thanks to tourism activities on the island developed rapidly, a part of residents moved to provide services for tourism such as restaurants and hotels.
- NAM DU ISLAND
Nam Du is the most remote archipelago of Kien Hai district (Kien Giang), 80 km far from Rach Gia. Twenty-one large islands make up the beautiful middle of the sea. The islands belong to 2 communes of An Son commune and Nam Du commune.
The islands have to go in Nam Du is Hon Ngang, Hon Mau, Hai Bo Dyke, Bai Men. Guests can contact the local people such as Phong Vu Nam Du, Bay Nam Du.
Hon Mau is very beautiful with 5 beaches, leading by the beach. There are also beach, Da Den beach and Da Trang beach is very romantic. Bai Nam is the front of the island, where it is like a yen wave, windy year round, surrounded by green coconut trees.
Ideally, Da Den beach, where there are many kinds of beautiful stones, colorful colors, patterns. Visitors will be immersed in the blue sea, or lying on the sand is wild and romantic.