Phu Quoc has the best beach resort in the world

KIEN GIANG Resort in Phu Quoc was voted by the British newspaper as one of the 6 best beachfront hotels in the world.

Regent Phu Quoc is the representative of Vietnam in the top voted by Independent newspaper. The luxury resort attracts with its pristine coastline and tropical landscape. High-class rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and private in-room swimming pools with direct ocean views. In addition, the British newspaper also praised the resort's restorative and relaxing experiences. Oku Restaurant serves contemporary Japanese-French cuisine, distilling the best ingredients from two of the world's major cuisines, while Rice Market serves Vietnamese dishes.

Each villa at Regent Phu Quoc has its own infinity pool that brings absolute peace. Photo: Resort

Independent has selected 6 best beach resorts in the world. According to the description, the resorts made it to the top thanks to the garden by the sea, spectacular scenery, unique architecture, bringing a feeling of happiness thanks to the sun, sand and sea. "A good place to rest is just as important as the destination," the British newspaper wrote. You can fall asleep to the sound of waves in the Mediterranean, relax in your own infinity pool by the sea in Vietnam, escape to the desert in the Arabian Gulf...

Some other resorts on the list are Crowne Plaze Limassol in Cyprus, InterContinental Cascais-Estoril in Portugal, InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu in France... These resorts are all in famous seaside tourist countries. The resort in Phu Quoc is the only representative of Southeast Asia on the list.

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