With an overall score of 89.77 out of 100, Phu Quoc ultimately ranked sixth in the list, behind Phuket in Thailand, Langkawi in Malaysia, Koh Samui in Thailand, and Bali in Indonesia.

The top position went to Boracay in the Philippines, whilst the other destinations to make the list include Sri Lanka, Palawan in the Philippines, the islands of Okinawa and Ryuku in Japan, and Phi Phi in Thailand.

Phu Quoc is renowned for being the “pearl island” of Vietnam and is famous for its beaches with clear blue water such as Bai Sao and Bai Dai, as well as sightseeing spots including Duong Dong town and the fishing villages of Ham Ninh and Ganh Dau.

The rankings were voted for by thousands of readers from across the globe who submitted their responses and ratings from their recent travel experiences to the world’s various countries, cities, islands, hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, and airports.