Photos courtesy of Vinpearl Phu Quoc
An enticing range of hotels and resorts are set on a beautiful stretch of shoreline at Phu Quoc United Center. The indulgent Vinpearl Resort & Spa boasts a stunning view of Gành Dầu Cape, while the beach at VinOasis and Radisson Blu comes lined with palm trees and sun loungers. Stay at any of these places to enjoy easy access to the nearby water park, golf course, and Vietnam’s largest theme park, VinWonders.
Inspired by stories of human civilisation, the park features six different sections with more than 100 rides, including Medieval Europe, Magical World, Secret Village, Ocean Palace, Cyclone World, and Adventure World. Meet characters from Vietnamese folk tales such as Thạch Sanh and help fight evil in an enchanted forest, or discover hidden treasures on a deserted island. It’s a child’s dream come true!
You won’t miss the 15-metre high teddy bear statue at Phu Quoc United Center, which marks the entrance to Vietnam’s first Teddy Bear Museum. Bringing your little ones here is the perfect excuse to join your childhood friend on an Indiana Jones-inspired journey. Snap a few family shots at the museum’s special Vietnam exhibit, attend do-it-yourself workshops, or play interactive games for some quality bonding time.
Stroll along the walkways inside Urban Park and introduce your family to Vietnamese contemporary art. Take a closer look at sculptures and artwork by young local artists, before arriving at Bamboo Legend, a fascinating building designed by the award-winning architect Võ Trọng Nghĩa. Bamboo Legend holds the national record for largest bamboo structure and tastefully celebrates this traditional material.
‘Essence of Vietnam’, the daily evening show at Phu Quoc United Center, is a jaw-dropping performance that shines a light on our history and traditions through time. Be transported to imperial Vietnam with amazing projection mapping, gorgeous costumes, and incredible architecture on stage. During the day, you can sit in on mini cultural shows, or visit the ‘Essence of Vietnam’ quarter, a reconstruction of ancient Thăng Long, to try on traditional dresses and join festive celebrations.