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Phu Quoc is called the Emerald Island and is the largest Vietnamese island in the Gulf of Thailand. The southwest coast of this 48-km-long island features some of the finest coconut palm-lined beaches to be found in Vietnam. Part of an archipelago of 22 islands in this picturesque area.
Kien Giang is located at the South extremity of the country. It shares a 54 km border with Cambodia, has 200km of coastline, and comprises 105 islands. The main ethnic groups in this area include the Kinh, Hoa, and Khmer. The annual average temperature varies between 27 and 27.5°C. Economic potentialities: limestone, rice, fishery.