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13 JAN-FEB 2020 MEETINGS & CONVENTIONS MCMAG-ASIA.COM At The Deck, an open-air space with day beds, sun loungers, deck chairs and beanbags, planners can hold casual networking sessions such as casual drinks, informal dining, cocktails and canapés for up to 50 guests. There is also a covered space called The Venue, where its ocean views are perfect for a dedicated and private meeting space, day and night events and formal cocktail functions for up to 50 guests. Fun activities Upon arrival at the island, a memorable, fun-lled day of unwinding and chilling out awaits. The Malamala Beach Club, which opened in 2017, boasts spectacular ocean views with all of its main facilities within easy access. They even oer complimentary use of its non- motorised water sports equipment such as snorkeling, kayaking and paddle boarding. Perfect for organising team activities. Over the past couple of years, the island had hosted corporate events with Coca-Cola and the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ). It has also held sporting events such as Ocean Swim Fiji in 2018. Planners can pre-book poolside day beds for guests to rest and relax with a cool drink in hand, while enjoying stunning views of the Mamanuca Islands. For those who enjoy the ner things in life, private cabanas for the day are available for booking where a butler awaits your guests as they arrive from the jetty. The innity edge pool is a spectacle just by itself — and great for that Instagram shot to make colleagues back home jealous. Mouthwatering delights Malamala Beach Club oers a delicious a-la-carte menu from light bites to tame your cravings. There are also pacic- inspired meals and shared platters, an array of hand-crafted cocktails and a club-like atmosphere with upbeat tunes mixed all day long. Sunny and breezy, its dining areas cater to anything from poolside snacking to relaxed seated dining. Inspired by the chefs' rich experience throughout the South Pacic, each dish is balanced, nourishing and full of fresh Pacic avours. Expect small bites through to substantial sharing platters, with a few treats to satisfy your sweet tooth. The food menu is complemented by a selection of imported wines, beers and handcrafted tropical cocktails. The Malamala Beach Club has hosted corporate events with Coca-Cola. The infinity edge pool at Malamala Beach Club is a spectacle in itself. HOW TO BOOK + A full-day pass, which costs around US$80 for adults, includes return transfers from Port Denarau to most hotels and resorts, complimentary Wi-Fi, towel service and non- motorised water equipment. + Poolside day beds are available at around US$23 each. + For a little luxury, beachside cabanas are available for around US$40. + Vessel transfers depart Port Denarau at 10am and 12pm, arriving at Malamala Beach Club after a 30-minute journey. Departures from Malamala Beach Club are at 4.15pm and 5.15pm daily. Planners and guests can check the pick-up schedules from your resort or hotel. + Book via South Sea Cruises at or visit OTHER FIJIAN ISLANDS TO BOOK + Wadigi Island + Laucala + Royal Davui + Vomo & Vomo LaiLai + Nukubati Island PARADISE A SHORT HOP AWAY Getting to Fiji is easy and affordable thanks to a good range of flights offered by trusted airlines such as national carrier Fiji Airways. Serving more than 2 million passengers a year, of which 86% are tourists, Nadi International Airport is the world's gateway to Fiji. Fiji Airways flies twice daily from Sydney, daily from Brisbane, five times a week from Melbourne, and twice a week from Adelaide. There are also twice-weekly flights out of Singapore on Fiji Airways.

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