With the scale of 170,000 square metre, Vinpearl Land Phu Quoc Island is invested to become the largest modern amusement park complex in the Southwest of Vietnam, turning beautiful Phu Quoc Island into a new destination for both local and foreign tourists.
Adding on to the amusement park, a 380-hectares safari park with 150 species of animals and 400 species of plants was opened just 10-minutes ride away. The park is divided into 2 main areas: open zoo for guests to walk around and a safari where guests board a tram to see animals wandering around.
Known as the Disneyland of Vietnam, Vinpearl Land Amusement Park consists of 5D theatre, indoor games zone, an aquarium, outdoor thrilling rides, water park and amphitheatre.
The most amazing thing about their indoor games zone is that every game is token free!! We spent almost 2-hours trying out as many games as we could.
The aquarium, though small scale, includes a variety of sea creatures and reptiles from all over the world. Upon entering, you will be greeted by Gentoo penguins – which is known as the fastest in the penguin family. Unfortunately, we missed the mermaid show at the main panel.
The highlight for many is the waterpark, which combines a man-made beach, water slides, lazy river, and a large kids splash pad. Lockers service and changing rooms are available inside the waterpark area.
Despite having more than 10 outdoor thrilling rides, we only played bumper car and the Ferris wheel (’cause there are so little guests in the park and we don’t want to be the only riders).
To end our wonderful day at Vinpearl Land, our last activity is to catch the water musical show. The show lasts about 30 minutes with Vietnamese and international music performance combining with beautiful light system and water music.
Though Vinpearl Land and Safari were considered one of the more pricey activities we had done, we glad that we did it and we both agreed it’s totally worth the splurge!
Vinpearl Land Amusement Park offers regular complimentary shuttle services for visitors who purchase tickets from travel agents within Duong Dong Town. There are many pick-up points in town, so you can easily check with your hostel where is the nearest pick-up point and the timings. We do not recommend to bike there as it will be a waste of your one-day’s rental. The last shuttle bus back to town is as late as the park closes.