Where is the Phu Quoc Well?
Tien Well, also known as Ngu Well, Gia Long Well, belongs to An Thoi Town, Phu Quoc Island.
History of Phu Quoc well
Legend has it that, when the Nguyen lord (ie Nguyen Anh - Gia Long) in a run for the Tay Son has fled to Phu Quoc. To reach this place, the fresh water has run out, the food is also exhausted, the army shakes. In a confused situation, Nguyen Anh put his sword on the stone and lifted his face to the sky and said, "If it is king, give it fresh water and food".
Stop, the sword down, the rock cracked, the gap, the fresh water from the underground pour out. Then, where the fish from the sea floated on countless waters, helping the army with food to fight hunger. This fish is then called anchovy.
The circular mark is where King Gia Long put his sword down. People have drawn their nose to find out (where the real money goes), and build cement around the water circuit.
* Special points of the well in Phu Quoc are:
It's just a small water circuit like that, but no matter how much water it takes, the lake is never dry. Even when the tide is high, the water overflows, so the water in the lake does not taste salty.
Many people try to drink water with the belief that health, healing, or something good. In general, what is spiritual is hard to explain.
How to go to visit the Phu Quoc well?
There are two ways to get the Well.
One is to Khem beach, then rent motor boat to go there.
The second is to the center of An Thoi town, and then rent motorboat out there.
Price of a boat trip to about 300,000 to 400,000 VND. The boat is also 6-8 people, so the more people the money is divided as cheap.
20 minutes to go. This coral reef is one of many places on Phu Quoc island to develop a coral reef tour.
Some images of the Phu Quoc well.
It is known that in addition to this relic, on the Ngu island of Nam Du (Kien Giang) also has a similar site called Ngu Ngu.
Temple at the well
Next to the Fairy Tale is a small temple.
A thistle, even though the winds are falling down, grows up, but the roots are so small that they cling to the ground, helping the trees survive. It is true that in sacred places there are always miracles!