Malamala Beach Club Welcome Guests to New Evening Dining Experience

first_imgFIJI: 13 June 2018: Visitors to Fiji can now enjoy Friday evenings at Fiji’s Malamala Beach Club with the launch of the ‘Sunsets and Seafood’ dining experience beginning Friday 29 June 2018. Available on Friday nights until 26 October 2018, visitors can enjoy those warm Fiji nights at the Malamala Beach Club – from 5.15pm with a glass of champagne in hand, sit back and relax as you cruise out from Port Denarau to the world’s first island beach club. On arrival, walk down our famous jetty, enjoy one of the many famous cocktails with a round of canapes. Experience that famous Fiji sunset overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean. (don’t forget to tag us; #malamalabeachclub #malamalamoments The culinary team led by Executive Chef Lance Seeto will be cooking a fresh seafood and meat selection on the open grill, along with a buffet of sides dishes to select from. Don’t forget our dessert station before you enjoy one last cocktail prior to boarding your high speed catamaran back to Port Denarau. Malamala Beach General Manager Club Tish Mete says we’ve been waiting for the right time to launch our evening opportunities. ‘Adding another event to Malamala Beach Club has always been part of our overall plan and we are excited to make Fridays part of our new offering’. South Sea Cruises Director of Sales and Marketing Wayne Deed says, “It’s great to offer guests a new dining event, with a cruise component. Malamala Beach Club has been a great place to visit during the day, and now we can introduce guests to what we can offer in the evening”. During the day, Malamala Beach Club is a unique island day trip with an infinity pool, beachside cabanas – with butler service – white sandy beaches, handcrafted cocktails and a contemporary menu inspired by local Fijian flavours and produce – and only 25 minutes from Port Denarau.  New features include day beds by the pool, which are for hire and a new ocean-side beach deck with additional loungers and beanbag seating. Enjoy complimentary non-motorised water sports equipment so there is plenty to do. Or guests can relax and book one of the private beachside cabanas dotted around the island, and soak up the sunshine and cuisine. Malamala Beach Club is also available for exclusive charter hire and is the perfect venue for a corporate incentive, family celebration or wedding.To book your Friday night spot for ‘Sunsets and Seafood’ visit malamalabeachclub.com  About South Sea Cruises GroupThe multi award winning ‘South Sea Cruises Group™www.ssc.com.fj is Fiji’s leading maritime operator, providing a range of day cruises to explore Fiji’s iconic islands and an inter-island resort connection (ferry) service for the Mamanuca and Yasawa group of islands.  Also part of the South Sea Cruises portfolio is Fiji’s premier small ship cruising experience, Blue Lagoon Cruises www.bluelagooncruises.com offering three, four and seven night cruises; Awesome Adventures Fiji www.awesomefiji.com, catering to backpackers and independent travellers; Yasawa Islands Holidays www.yasawaislandsholidays.com specialising in couples and family holiday experiences in the Yasawa Islands; and Vinaka Fiji, vinakafiji.org.fj a voluntourism experience focused on building sustainable communities, education and marine conservation and Malamala Beach Club malamalabeachclub.com the world’s first island beach club which opened in August 2017.last_img read more

SLMC and TNA discuss 13A

Among the constitutional reforms to be proposed by the PSC are changes to the 13th Amendment to the constitution. (Colombo Gazette) The TNA has meanwhile indicated it may not name representatives to the opposition side for the PSC. The SLMC is not part of the government side appointed to the Parliament Select Committee (PSC) which has been tasked to formulate proposals on constitutional reforms. The Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) and the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) have had talks on the 13th Amendment to the constitution, an SLMC spokesman said.The talks were held last night with the participation of delegations led by TNA leader R. Sampanthan and SLMC leader Minister Rauf Hakeem. read more