Along with a museum chronicling the island's past, this is a strange sanctuary for hundreds of pure-bred Phu Quoc dogs and local sea eagles. Along with the dugong, Phu Quoc sea eagles are in danger of extinction, but owner Huynh Phuoc Hue is making a valiant effort to save them. Dog fanatics will love the native Phu Quoc dog, a rare breed with a blue tongue and a hairy ridge running up and down its spine. The hairs of the ridge stand erect when the dog is excited. Some tourists would love to leave Phu Quoc with a native puppy in their possession, since the dogs are considered to be exceptionally intelligent. Unfortunately, the export red tape can be a killer! That said, you don't have to go all the way to the Coi Nguon Museum to see the dogs, as they are a regular fixture on many Phu Quoc beaches. They will approach you before you approach them. The museum's website. Entrance fee: 20,000 Dong (US$1).