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A flight from Phu Quoc (PQC) to Jaipur (JAI) covers a distance of 3,481 km, taking around 8 hours and 20 minutes of airtime and between 12 to 21 hours of transit time, depending on the flight you choose. Phu Quoc is only 1 hour and 30 minutes ahead of Jaipur, so you won’t need to worry about jet lag! The GMT for Phu Quoc is +7, whereas Jaipur is+5:30.
The Phu Quoc district comprises of Phu Quoc Island — which is Vietnam’s largest — and 27 smaller ones. When people mention Phu Quoc, they generally refer to the largest island, which covers an area of approximately 570 square kilometres and has a population of over 100,000 (in 2019). Tourists typically visit Phu Quoc Island to explore the Phu Quoc National Park, check out the pepper farms, or enjoy its local culture and sun-kissed beaches.
Jaipur International Airport (JAI) is one of the main airports serving Jaipur and is located approximately 10km from the city, in the southern suburb of Sanganer. It is a public airport operated by the Airports Authority of India; initially, it only operated domestic flights but was later acclaimed as an international airport by receiving overseas flights into Jaipur on 25 December 2005. It received the title of World’s Best Airport (in the category of 2 to 5 million passengers) annually in 2015 and 2016 by Airports Council International. There are currently two terminals (at the time of writing) in service, with plans for a swanky third one to be ready in 2022.
Known to most as Rajasthan’s Pink City because of its buildings’ identical colour scheme, Jaipur has some of the most aristocratic attractions in India such as the Jal Mahal, a water palace at Man Sagar Lake, and the Amber Fort, which used to be the residence of Jaipur’s rulers. Maharaj Jai Singh II founded the city in 1727 after studying the architecture of foreign cities and consulting Vidyadhar Bhattacharya, an established architect. Since then, Jaipur’s population has surpassed 3 million in 2011 and is still growing.
The currency code for the Indian Rupee is INR with the symbol ₹. Banknotes come in denominations of ₹5, ₹10, ₹20, ₹50, ₹100, ₹200, ₹500 and ₹2,000, whereas the coins are available in ₹1, ₹2, ₹5 and ₹10. The average exchange rate is 304 VND to 1 INR.