GENERAL INFO

  • 18 & older

  • Rain or shine

  • Lineup / set times subject to change


general questions

How hot will it get in the day and how cold will it get at night?

CLICK HERE for Phu Quoc 10 Day Weather forecast information.

CLICK HERE to see what the "average" weather is like in Phu Quoc all year long.

How will I know what artist is playing what day?

Check for the day-by-day event schedule on our website here and on our Facebook page.

Is re-entry allowed?

Only valid festival pass holders will be allowed re-entry to the event.

Where can I get BUNKER merchandise?

BUNKER merchandise will be available for purchase during the festival. The location will be announced prior to the festival's opening day.

Can I use tickets / wristbands / The BUNKER name to promote my website / product / event?

No. BUNKER trademarks, intellectual property, tickets and wristbands may NOT be used for advertising, promotions, contests, sweepstakes or any commercial purpose. The only exception is for the festival's official sponsors (and even they need formal written authorization from the festival's producers).


GETTING THERE

Do I need a visa to come to Vietnam?

See below for a list of countries and their visa requirements

https://www.vietnamimmigration.org/visa-requirements

What Airlines are the best value for getting there?

https://www.vietnamairlines.com

https://www.vietjetair.com/Sites/Web/en-US/Home

https://www.jetstar.com

What airport should we fly into and how far is it from the venue?

Phu Quoc International Airport is located 5 minutes from the venue.

BUS

There will be a non stop BUNKER Bus to take people between the venue and the centre of town throughout the event

TAXI

http://www.phuquoctaxi.com.vn/


VENUE DOS & DON'TS

  • OK Backpacks (medium)

  • OK Hats

  • OK Sun Block

  • OK Lighters

  • OK Cell Phones

  • OK Sunglasses

  • OK Fancy Dress

  • OK Flip Flops

  • OK Dancing Shoes

  • OK Cigarettes

  • OK Small Beach Towel

  • OK Umbrellas

  • OK Film Cameras (Non-Professional)

  • OK Digital Cameras (Non-Professional, no removable lenses)

  • NO Instruments

  • NO Knives / Weapons Etc.

  • NO Chains / Chain Wallets

  • NO Fireworks / Explosives

  • NO Drugs / Drug Paraphernalia

  • NO Outside Food & Beverages

  • NO Bota Bags

  • NO Tents

  • NO Refunds, Exchanges, Cancellations or Transfers

  • NO Chairs

  • NO Video Cameras

  • NO Audio Recording Devices

  • NO Professional Cameras

  • NO Pets


Emergency Numbers

Ambulance & Emergency Free Call: 115

Phu Quoc District Police Tel: 846 051


Vietnamese Language FOR EMERGENCY

  • a doctor -> bác sĩ

  • an ambulance -> Xe cứu thương

  • help! -> Cứu tôi!

  • I'm lost -> Tôi bị lạc đường

  • leave me alone! -> Thôi!

  • pickpocket! -> Móc túi!

  • please call... -> Làm ơn gọi

  • the police -> Công

  • there's been an accident! -> Có tai nạn thief! Ăn cắp!


Hospitals

Name: Phu Quoc Hospital

Eastern end of 30 Thang 4,

Duong Dong Town

Tel: (0773) 846 074

Name: Vinmec Hospital

Address: Gành Dầu, Phú Quốc, Kien Giang, Vietnam

Phone number: +84 297 3985 588

Name: Trạm Y Tế Xã Dương Tơ

Address: Ấp Cửa Lấp, Dương Tơ, Huyện Phú Quốc, tỉnh Kiên Giang, Vietnam

Phone number: +84 297 3981 908

Name: Trạm Y Tế Xã Hàm Ninh

Address: TL47, Hàm Ninh, Huyện Phú Quốc, tỉnh Kiên Giang, Vietnam

Phone number: +84 297 3849 928


PLEASE NOTE: Medical fees payable upon receipt, insurance reimbursement in your home country where applicable. Your home medical program may not provide payment for medical services outside your home country. Obtaining adequate medical/travel insurance, including air ambulance coverage, and consulting a physician or travel medicine specialist six to eight weeks prior to your trip to determine health risks and necessary vaccinations is recommended. Be prepared to pay for medical care yourself and seek an insurance refund when you return home, as many medical facilities will not deal directly with insurance companies. Pharmacies, are well stocked; however, prescription and over-the-counter medications may have minor differences from those you obtain at home.


Additional Info

BANKING INFORMATION

There are many banks and ATMs in Phu Quoc town centre. Most of the banks close at 5-5:30pm.

ATMs are 24 hours and generally accept Visa, MasterCard, Unionpay and dispense Vietnamese Dong.

Please note: In order to exchange money at the bank you need to present yourself with a valid passport.

Do venues accept international credit cards?

Yes. We recommend that you contact your bank and set a travel notice on the credit card(s) you plan to use while traveling prior to travel.  You must also always present valid identification to use a credit card, which the venues will require a copy of.

TAXES

The standard VAT rate in Vietnam is 10%. There is a 5% reduced VAT rate on certain foodstuffs and a range of exempt goods and services as well as imports.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

The country code for Vietnam is +84.

Cellular service is available all over Vietnam. Check with your service provider to see if they have a roaming agreement with a company in Vietnam.

Is there a lost and found?

There will be a lost and found at BUNKER.


NORMS OF CONDUCT

As per the Island of Phu Quoc - Vietnam: Every tourist deserves the best experience while visiting Phu Quoc.

For the pleasure and safety of all, the following behaviour is PROHIBITED:

  • Consumption of alcoholic beverages in public areas.

  • Possessing, consuming, buying or distributing drugs is prohibited.

  • Swimming under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs.

  • Sleeping under the influence of alcohol or drugs in public areas.

  • Urinating or defecating in public area.

  • Abusive, foul or disruptive language or obscene gestures.

  • Any behavior disturbing or obstructing the order or interfering with the attendees’ enjoyment of events.

  • Inappropriate public display of affection

  • Throwing trash in public areas and/or beaches

Please Note: These behaviors are regulated and may result in arrest and fines by the Vietnamese authorities.