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About The Show 

Water Puppetry dates back to the 11th Century,
originating as home-grown
entertainment for farmers in Northern villages
around the time of the Ly-Tran Dynasty. At First
performed in the waters of rice fields, it is now
performed in a waist-deep pool in a specfically
designed Auditorium.

The 70-minute show takes place just after
guests dine, comprising of different performances,
each telling a self-explanatory story,
keeping the audience fully engaged
throughout. The show weaves together
different forms of folk music, such as “Cheo”
(traditional opera), “Quan Ho” (love duet),
“Ca Dao” (street song) and the art of water
puppetry, which has passed the scenes and
secrets from generation to generation.


About Our Theatre

Phu Quoc Theater offers a unique combination of Traditional Water Puppetry Ar t and Vietnamese contemporary dining

brought to you by renowned artist Chu Luong- Director of Thang Long Water Puppet theatre, the longest-running water puppet theatre in Vietnam, and is performed by 20 meticulously trained artists from Hanoi and Phu Quoc.


We provide a dining experience unlike anywhere else in Phu Quoc. Our set menus have been carefully curated using only the finest ingredients to showcase the highlights of Northern Vietnamese cuisine.

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