Thanh Kieu Resort, Phu Quoc - review by Rusty Compass
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Thanh Kieu Resort, Phu Quoc

| 18 Dec 2015
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Thanh Kieu Resort, Phu Quoc
100C/14 Tran Hung Dao, Dong Duong, Phu Quoc Island
+84 077 384 8394


Price guide: From around $50US

Our rating
18 Dec 2015

A good option for the cost-conscious still seeking out a picturesque spot right on Long Beach. Simple but comfortable bungalows on pleasant green grounds.

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Thanh Kieu is located on a picturesque and expansive patch of Long Beach - Phu Quoc’s most popular beach. Plenty of resorts and eating and drinking nearby. Duong Dong town and the night market are around 2kms away.


Thanh Kieu’s expansive beachfront makes it a standout for value on Phu Quoc Island’s Long Beach. 40 similar bungalows are spread deep into large green grounds. They’re all 40sqm and include a balcony.

If you want to get the pronunciation almost right, Thanh Kieu rhymes with "Thank You". Locals will know where you want to go.

The bungalows are nothing flash, but they’re very adequate. Proximity to the beach is what determines different categories and prices. There’s nothing wrong with the lead-in rooms and the garden walk down to the beach is pleasant.

The restaurant’s OK - staff were very friendly and helpful. There are plenty of other eating options nearby too.

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