Phu Quoc Island has numerous historic and cultural sites that are worthy of a visit, also located around the island and dotted around Duong Dong town as well are the many smaller Buddhist temples, a clear sign of the peaceful religion that is practiced by the Vietnamese people.
This odd shaped rock sits at the mouth of the Duong Dong river. Initially a lighthouse until 1937 when a Buddhist temple dedicated to to Thien Hau (the Goddess of the sea) was built. No visit to Phu Quoc is complete without seeing little oddity.
One of the many attractions in Phu Quoc is Dinh Cau Rock, which is located at the mouth of the Duong Dong River. It is a combination of Buddhist temple and lighthouse that was built in 1937 as a dedication to Thien Hau (the Goddess of the sea) who provides protection for the fisherman and vessels that head out to the open waters. Climbing the steps allows a better view of many fishing boats navigating the narrow river opening, as well as views along the coast.
The beachfront here also is a good place to view the sunset and local life in the evenings.