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Ham Ninh Pier, Ham Ninh

(2.4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
Ham Ninh Pier goes far into the ocean, so you can take a walk towards the open sea. Relaxing walk along the pier offers panoramic views of Ham Ninh mountain. At the end of the pier, you can see fishermen, their small boats, and their catch. While in this fishing village, have freshly prepared seafood at one of the restaurants, and enjoy their cuisine. Locals will happily assist you in choosing the freshest seafood, and trying some local specialties. See Ham Ninh Pier and all Phu Quoc Island has to offer by arranging your trip with our Phu Quoc Island vacation generator.
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  • "Country Iceland Tour" is Ham Ninh fishing village, in their tour programs and we walked out on the pier where fishing boats Moor. Where the pier reaches land, see sales of fish and seafood. We probably thought that dried seahorses did not seem very inviting and that they would rather be able to remain alive in a sea!!!
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  • This little town is a fish market selling EVERYTHING that lives in the sea. From crabs to seahorses. Nothing else to see here.  more »
  • We came here during our exploration of the island on a motorbike. It was very busy, with floating restaurants, little stalls, children selling dried starfish, even a woman in the water shouting up to ...  more »