Phu Quoc Island Leads in the “5 Most Beautiful and Wildest Beach” List

Bai Dai Beach on the Phu Quoc Island in the southern province of Kien Giang has been ranked as one of the leading five most beautiful "hidden beaches" in the world by Australia’s ABC News.

A resort on Phu Quoc Island     (Photo:KK)

On February 29th, ABC News introduced the most beautiful but least known beaches in the world. In the last few weeks of winter, if you dream of sun, sand and blue waves, consider a trip to one of the "hidden beaches" recommended Concierge.com

On top of the list is Bai Dai Beach, Phu Quoc Island. It advised that the best time of year to visit Bai Dai beach is from October to March.

Wildcat Beach in California (U.S.) is ranked second. Tourists have to walk a few miles to get there and it is necessary to obtain a permit to use the Wildcat Campground.

The third place is Pink Beach in Barbuda which is described as a "flamingo-hued" sandbar. Cayo Costa State Park on Florida's southern Gulf Coast takes fourth place. This island can be reached only by private boat or a small public ferry and does not have an electricity supply.

Fifth was Majahuitas Cove of Mexico which is accessible only by boat from Puerto  Vallarta.

T.T.X – Translated by Kim Khanh

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