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QUANG NAM – To attract tourists to the ancient city of Hoi An, especially to Quang Nam Province, The Field Restaurant & Spa has come up with the unique “Dinner by the Field Experience”, wherein guests can feast on authentic local Vietnamese cuisine, listen to live music and learn to make recycled products, all while enjoying the beauty of the great outdoors.

The event will take place on July 25, Saturday, from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m., so guests can enjoy the romantic sunset with views of the Vietnamese countryside, spectacularly organized and decorated by the The Field Restaurant & Bar.

The highlight will be feasting on authentic local cuisine, cooked in an open-air kitchen and enjoying live music in the heart of the field by the riverside, watching a raft of ducks floating by.

The outdoor setting will allow guests to enjoy the experience to the fullest, without being confined indoors.

The dinner will be accompanied by a compilation of unique workshops and trading affairs hosted by local brands.

“We want to give guests a complete experience. Apart from discovering organic brands, they will also have a chance to sharpen their skills with our Coconut Leaf Art Workshop,” said Phan Xuan Thanh, the owner of The Field, adding, “This is a one-of-a-kind experience if you visit The Field with your kids. Your little ones will receive the handy coconut leaf art as gifts, apart from learning to make one on their own.”

The entrance ticket ranges from VND299,000 to VND349,000 a person depending on when you register. Kids shorter than 1.2 meters will enjoy a 50% discount.

“This new product represents our tireless efforts as well as those of many businesses, aimed at helping our employees retain their jobs amid the hardships caused by Covid-19,” noted Phan Xuan Thanh, who is also Chairman of the Quang Nam Tourism Association.

By Nhan Tam

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