Phu Quoc Eco Beach Resort - review by Rusty Compass
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Phu Quoc Eco Beach Resort

| 18 Dec 2015
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Phu Quoc Eco Beach Resort
Ong Lang Beach, Cua Duong Ward, Phu Quoc Island
+84 77 3986 986

Our rating
18 Dec 2015

A nice little locally owned 26 bungalow resort in the Ong Lang area of Phu Quoc island. Simple bungalows, great views and beach.

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Ong Lang Beach is where Phu Quoc’s quietest resorts are located. The beach is lovely and things are quiet. It’s away from town and the more developed Long Beach. Town is 15 minutes away by taxi. There are some small family run restaurant nearby as well as other resort restaurants.


The name Eco Beach may create an expectation that you’re staying somewhere with some serious eco - cred. That would be wrong.  When I asked staff about the resort’s eco-friendly initiatives, they told me they had solar hot water, trees and sea views.

Still, this is a serene and picturesque resort on a very handsome plot of land that slopes down to the sea. The beach area is rocky but very pretty and normally safe. The pool enjoys great views too.

Bungalows vary with proximity to the beach and views being the biggest difference. But there’s nothing wrong with the lead-in Garden bungalows which are 45sqm. The Beach Front bungalows are 52sqm.

Pool, wifi, breakfast, beach.

Rusty Compass recommendations are always independent. We recommend the stuff we think is worth knowing about. That’s it. No money changes hands for a listing and hotels and resorts have no say over what we write. We’ve visited Phu Quoc Eco Beach resort on several occasions - but never stayed here.

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