The Mediterranean town as part of the coming-soon real estate project by Sun Group is just 15 minutes by car away from Phu Quoc airport. The town is a commercial and service complex that includes residential villas, mini hotels and shophouses. Low-rise villas that ply Ong Bon cape is draped in Mediterranean architecture and flamboyant paint colors inspired by old towns all over Spain, Italy and the Netherlands. The Mediterranean town is crisscrossed by deliberate meandering alleyways and brick colored stairs in resemblance of an Italian corner.
Just 10 minutes by car away from the town, visitors will reach JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay. The resort was developed on the ground of a fictional university – Lamarck. JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay was quintessentially inspired by fin-de-siècle French architecture, branching out narrow lanes towards the main street – Rue de Lamarck. As a result, this resort is exactly meant for nostalgic and classical poses. Besides, JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay also boasts two large seafront pools.
Visitors to Southern Phu Quoc can also enjoy the world’s longest cable car route of 7,899.9m that connects An Thoi terminal to Hon Thom islet. At the islet, they are immersed in Aquatopia Water Park that incorporates a wide range of recreational services, including 20 extreme games. Hon Thom islet is also characterized by its deep, crystalline waters and abundant in beautiful scenes as well.