The Year of the Dragon Celebration is set to be a magnificent affair at Sheraton Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort. Celebrate new beginnings with sumptuous culinary experiences and Vietnamese New Year traditions spread over the week.
One fascinating aspect of Vietnamese culture is the mystical presence of dragons since the dawn of recorded history. This Lunar New Year of the Dragon brings to mind the ancient Vietnamese folk story, 'The Children of Dragons and Fairies'. Legend has it that the Dragon King from the sea - Lac Long Quan, and the Fairy Queen from the mountains - Au Co, fell in love. Their offspring was an egg sac, from which hatched a hundred children, who became the ancestors of the Vietnamese people.
This beautiful story has inspired the Sheraton Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort to welcome 2024 with the theme ‘A Dragon Heritage’ in remembrance of Vietnam's roots and sharing its unique traditions with all of its guests from Vietnam and across the world.
The festive Lunar New Year market kicked off the series of events on February 10. The garden was decorated with traditional lanterns, and the market featured traditional activities designed to deliver a cultural experience. Market-goers also learned the art of classic Vietnamese calligraphy with an old master.
The exclusive Lunar New Year Dinner Affair combines traditional holiday dishes with exquisite Vietnamese flavours for a delightful gastronomic experience. The Special Lunar New Year Buffet is not to be missed, with special cultural delicacies from all around Asia.
Indulge in a wealth of festive dining delights and enjoy a pampering spa treatment. The ‘Body Renewal’ package features a choice of any 60-minute body massages or treatments at Sheraton Spa with a complimentary 30-minute extension. All in-house guests are also welcome to unwind in style with a complimentary 20-minute sauna and steam during their stay – daily from 9:00 – 22:00.
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