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Kiss of the Sea, the most worth-seeing show in Phu Quoc

Kiss of the Sea, the most worth-seeing show in Phu Quoc

Tuesday, March 19, 2024, 18:00 GMT+7
Kiss of the Sea, the most worth-seeing show in Phu Quoc

'Kiss of the Sea' is renowned for its sophisticated staging, modern technology, nightly artistic fireworks, and the participation of 60 international artists on the world's largest sea-based theater.

Every evening, the 'Kiss of the Sea' show in Sunset Town attracts hundreds to thousands of visitors and is currently one of the most popular shows in Phu Quoc.

 

Hayoon, a Korean tourist, said this was the first time he had seen such a beautiful and emotional show.

"I really like the music in the show; you can dance and clap along with the international artists," the Korean said.

 

Adriana, a Polish tourist, came to see the show with her family.

She said the children were extremely excited by the performance with fire, water, and 3D mapping effects.

She added the aerial acrobatics of international artists and the final fireworks show made her family feel extremely happy. They hugged each other to remember that moment.

 

Many Vietnamese tourists also expressed excitement when seeing such a unique and eye-catching show for the first time.

'Kiss of the Sea' was conceptualized by Sun Group, brought to Vietnam eight years ago, and staged by ECA2, a leading multimedia show producer from France with experience in organizing more than 60 shows around the world.

 

According to Jean-Christophe Canizares, CEO of ECA2, 'Kiss of the Sea' is the largest show around the globe staged by the company on the world's largest sea-based theater, with a 5,000-seat auditorium, a 1,000-square-meter seawater projection screen, and a three-dome projection stage up to 26 meters high, equivalent to a nine-story building.

 

'Kiss of the Sea' is the first show in Vietnam with a fictional storyline about the universe, telling the love story of a Phu Quoc boy and a galaxy guard.

They come to the earth through the cosmic black hole.

The power of love and solidarity helps the main characters defeat the dark forces that threaten the safety of the earth and the galaxy.

The story also contains noble messages about protecting the environment and rare animals, such as Phu Quoc's dugong.

 

This show is also considered by many media units to be the pinnacle of staging artistry, seamlessly blending elements such as fire, water, lasers, light effects, 3D mapping, and music, with the participation of 60 international artists.

They are considered the 'soul' of the show, as all five appearances were stunning with highly difficult dances, elaborate costumes and props, and meticulous makeup.

The combination of technology, music, and performance art gives the audience a 'blockbuster' gig.

 

Following the conclusion of the 'Kiss of the Sea' show, an awe-inspiring fireworks display unfolded, featuring over 100 pyrotechnic effects, including high- and low-altitude fireworks, set against the backdrop of timeless classics such as 'We Are the Champions,' 'Dancing Queen,' and 'Mamma Mia.'

In addition to the spectacular fireworks displays, Sunset Town has become the first entertainment complex in the world to host artistic fireworks performances every night.

 

The tale of romantic love, cultural heritage, the beauty of nature, and the spirit of the people in Phu Quoc is beautifully narrated through the language of performing arts.

The addition of nightly artistic fireworks has elevated 'Kiss of the Sea' to become one of the most captivating shows on the pearl island.

Yen Viet / Tuoi Tre News

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