Phu Quoc is a large up-and-coming holiday island in the Gulf of Thailand which falls under Vietnamese administration. Phu Quoc, in Kien Giang Province, is the largest island in Vietnam covering an area of 56 sq. km. It is one of the most promising are in Vietnam real estate market.
In the early 17th century, Phu Quoc was a desolate area, where Vietnamese and Chinese immigrants earned their living from sea cucumbers. Continue reading “Vietnam Real Estate Market: Phu Quoc” »