2. Eat your fill
Fishing for a living is still one of the main jobs on the island, so all the seafood is locally caught daily, not flown in (like it is on some island resorts) frozen from elsewhere. It’s relatively cheap, easily available (seafood restaurants are abundant) and the style of cooking is super delicious with a Vietnamese flavour! Most of the fruits and vegetables are grown locally, too, because farming is another major livelihood here, so the food gets top marks for freshness.