Kids camp returns for Tet at InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort

Friday, Jan 03, 2020 16:00

This Lunar New Year, escape to an island paradise for some quality family time and discover the luxurious haven that awaits at the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort. — VNA/VNS Photo

After the successful launch of the inaugural Planet Trekkers Kids Camp last summer, InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort again offers the programme from January 8 to 31 to bring a fun-filled yet educational experience for children aged five to 12 in time for Tet (the Lunar New Year).

January is the ideal time to escape to the beautiful tropical surroundings of Phu Quoc Island, and InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort is offering a Family Fun package including return airport transfers, one family set lunch at the Sora and Umi restaurant, one full day of activities at the Planet Trekkers Kids Camp for one child, a 20 per cent discount at the spa for parents, and daily access to the fully supervised kids club and Splash family pool.

Led by a team of activity specialists, the Planet Trekkers Kids Camp takes advantage of the resort’s pools, tropical gardens, white-sand beach and children’s club for your little angels to enjoy exciting days of games, educational activities and creative arts and crafts.

Kids can also partake in cooking classes at the resort’s dedicated Kids Can Cook cooking school, treasure hunts, kite wars, swimming classes and other fun activities where they will surely make new friends, learn interesting skills or useful knowledge which they can bring back home along with cool gifts and stories to tell their friends.

Sora and Umi offers daily specialty Vietnamese and Japanese cuisine and an abundant international buffet breakfast amidst the refreshing morning light, allowing guests to dine while taking in the stunning pool and ocean views.

Live cooking stations provide guests with an interactive and immersive dining experience.

Guests can also indulge “in Sea Shack’s All We Can Eat BBQ” served on the beach; Ombra’s authentic Italian cuisine, healthy drinks and homemade gelato by the pool; and the highest sky bar on the island, INK 360, which offers breathtaking panoramic views of the island below and the best seats to one of the most colourful sunsets in Asia. — VNS

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