Phu Quoc Island is emerging as an ideal destination for urban dwellers during the coming Christmas season thanks to its peaceful atmosphere.
|InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach
As most cities tend to bustle and be noisy during every year’s end, tranquillity becomes rare for many people. Phu Quoc Island, famous for its long beaches and white sand, has has been emerging as one of the most-favoured places for domestic and international arrivals wishing to experience new things during this year's Christmas.
Upon arriving on Phu Quoc, visitors will be welcomed with the picturesque natural landscape and the soothing sounds of the waves. On top of this pleasing environment, Phu Quoc offers countless activities, such as Dong Duong town's night market, which is always a goiod idea to visit.
InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort is the ideal accommodation for anyone visiting the island. This year, the resort has planned plenty of activities, such as welcoming Santa Claus on coracles, singing along the beach, and parties, all of which will offer exciting experience for guests.
|The Cuisine Festival invities guests to indulge in local and international delicacies
Meant as a special present for guests this year, InterContinental Phu Quoc will also organise many culinary and entertainment events under the theme “Carnival.”
These events include the gingerbread house building contest hosted by Santa Claus, where children can also enjoy activities such as reading books with him, while the adults indulge in delightful afternoon teas.
Also for adults, the resort's restaurants Sora & Umi, LAVA, and INK 360 will offer the most memorable cuisine, including a 6-course menu with chosen wines, local specialities, cocktails, and many more.
Most impressively, a carnival will be organised right at New Year’s Eve, where tourists can enjoy the appearance of clown stilt walkers, street magicians, bubble wizards, fire dance shows – all accompanied by dynamic music.
The event chain will officially start from December 19 and last until early 2021.