CULI­NARY AD­VEN­TURE A BIG DRAW IN PHU QUOC

Lava stone grilling with a side of cham­pagne & caviar sun­sets

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You might want to throw one pair of su­per-sized pants into your suit­case when you head to In­ter­con­ti­nen­tal Phu Quoc Long Beach Re­sort in Viet­nam. Stylish and savoury, you’ll en­joy the high­est bar in Phu Quoc called INK360, where stun­ning panoramic views of the moun­tains and the sea ac­com­pany award-win­ning in­te­ri­ors by Aus­tralian Ash­ley Sut­ton.

Let the cham­pagne flow along with your cel­e­bra­tory good times and stun­ning sun­set ta­pas of fresh seafood and caviar. Round out your culi­nary es­capades with LAVA, a fine-din­ing seafood restau­rant fea­tur­ing im­ported meats all grilled on lava stone and in­fused with aro­matic pep­pers. Live Ja­pa­nese and Viet­namese cook­ing sta­tions take cen­tre stage at Sora & Umi, fea­tur­ing ro­batayaki and sushi.

Om­bra wows with home­made Ital­ian cui­sine in­clud­ing gelato, while Sea Shack serves the kind of com­fort food you need af­ter a day of tour­ing like sig­na­ture lob­ster rolls. Fin­ish your ex­plo­ration at Mer­cado, the place for cof­fee, pic­nic bas­kets and tra­di­tional Viet­namese del­i­ca­cies. phuquoc.in­ter­con­ti­nen­tal.com/din­ing

From top, the ul­ti­mate in bare­foot lux­ury, Sea Shack Restau­rant’s stun­ning ocean sun­sets; get your com­fort food fix at Sea Shack Restau­rant; Ocean View Room, all at In­ter­con­ti­nen­tal Phu Quoc

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