Gam Ghi Island - Anonymous words become hot keywords with the players

  Grapevine has become a hunting name in this summer because the coral reef near the shore, just face down into the water is seen.
 This year, besides the islands, which have been visited by tourists since last year, the map has added some strange names. It includes the island of Phu Quoc with a strange name - Gam Ghi Island. 
 
This island was recently known by some recent reviewers on social networking sites as well as videos introducing Phu Quoc scenery of singer Quang Vinh. The island is located south of An Thoi port in the Gulf of Thailand, which is part of the An Thoi archipelago which consists of 17 small islands in Phu Quoc, Kien Giang.

 
The island is located in the south of An Thoi Port
The island is located in the south of An Thoi Port
 
 
The most prominent in Gam Ghi Island is the rich coral reefs and bizarre rocks in the immediate vicinity of the beach, making many people compare to the place like Bali miniature of Vietnam.
 
This unspoiled island is a haven for scuba diving enthusiasts. The blue sea in the bottom will lead you to the beautiful scenery underwater. Coral reefs close to the shore, so thick that only face down into the water is seen. This is also the coral reserve of the south of Phu Quoc Island.

 
The pristine island is a paradise for sea divers.
The pristine island is a paradise for sea divers.
 
 
Besides, there are white sand beach stretches, sea cyan colour is like a miracle country. Coming here, you can forget all the troubles, immersed in the space of sun, wind and sea waves clapping.
 
At present, there are not many entertainment activities for tourists. You can try on snorkeling, fishing as well as sunbathing.

 
Coral and stone field viewed from height. 
Coral and stone field viewed from height.
 
 
Currently, you only have one way is to hire a boat to the island of Roi An from An Thoi port. On the way you can admire the wonderful natural beauty of the immense sea.
 

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