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Mango Bay

Mango Bay, Phu Quoc, Vietnam

Mango Bay is a low density resort, driven by a passion for the environment, intelligent use of materials, and strong support for island culture. Located close to the airport but far enough from the hustle and bustle of the island's main town to retain a "desert island" feeling.

There is no air-conditioning, television sets or telephones in the rooms. However, all rooms and bungalows have open sea views and offer mosquito nets, overhead fans, al fresco bathrooms, and solar powered hot water. Please note that this resort does not accept credit cards.

Our rating: Medium

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