Enjoy the pristine coast, the peaceful atmosphere and perhaps even a beach massage on one of Phu Quoc’s most beloved beaches.
Relax and be refreshed in the calming atmosphere of Ong Lang Beach. This natural delight features therapeutic waters and unspoiled beachfronts bordered by coastal trees. Come to escape the stresses of everyday life and warm yourself in the sun.
For travelers not wanting to sacrifice the excitement of the city for an experience of a stunning natural environment, Ong Lang provides the best of both worlds. Situated just north of Phu Quoc’s urban center, Duong Dong, this piece of coastline is rarely crowded. Walk here in about 1 hour from the city’s northernmost restaurants and bars.
Enjoy the comfortable beds and added luxuries of one of the many classy resorts on the Ong Lang beachfront. Despite these constructions, the natural coastal environment remains largely untouched.
Rent a recliner or bring your own and stretch out on the beach. Work on your tan and try spicy seafood offered by local stands. To soothe your stresses, you can also find cheap beach massages around the resorts.
Cool, lapping waves and shallow waters provide welcome relief from the strong summer sun. Look north and south from the water and enjoy picturesque expanses of coastline, spotted with islands, rocky outcrops and fishing boats making their way to the next catch. Rent a kayak to explore the shoreline.
As evening approaches, walk south along the beach and the beachfront tree line, shaded by coconut palms and banyans. Join locals and visitors at one of many beachfront bars on the way to Duong Dong and watch the changing colors of the setting sun. As darkness falls over the island, the markets of Duong Dong light up. Browse the stalls of the night market to find a fresh seafood dinner at a very reasonable price.
Reach Ong Lang Beach on foot or by motorbike from Duong Dong. Contact resorts to organize bike or taxi rental as well as tours. From Ong Lang, you can easily make daytrips to the island’s northern attractions, including the traditional Cua Can and Ganh Dau villages.