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The Spot Sunday Sessions @ The SPOT - Pool & Leisure

Every week Dj Flakes & Friends will take over the decks to supply the chilled out sound-track to your Sunday afternoon.

The Spot is an oasis of calm nestled amongst Hanoi's rural fringes, offering an alternative to the hectic city life. There are community spaces, ideal for workshops, art, food and pop ups, supporting local creatives, entrepreneurs and vendors.

With early opening hours, sun lovers are encouraged to seize the day either next to the crystal clear waters of the pool, basking in the soothing glow of the sauna or stretching out the midweek stress using our yoga facilities.

 

Every Sunday

2:00pm - 8:00pm

The SPOT | 238 Au Co, Tay Ho, Ha Noi

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