Vietnam's Phu Quoc Island ready for the big time
The island of Phu Quoc is quickly becoming the next big resort destination in Southeast Asia. And with new resort hotel, special economic status, and even a casino under construction, Vietnam's largest island is ready to welcome the world.
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