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Bintan Packing Essentials from Lazada

Whether you’re going to Bintan on a short family getaway to escape city life, a luxurious romantic holiday or a golf getaway with your mates, once you have booked your Bintan getaway, the next step usually involves planning the activities, meals and packing checklists.

When it comes to a holiday at Bintan Lagoon Resort, you can’t travel without swimsuits, sunglasses, flip flops and mobile chargers. But this month, we’re adding more getaway essentials to jazz up your list with must-have products from LAZADA, Singapore based number 1 e-shopping destination in Southeast Asia.

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Singapore's Chilean Ambassador, HE James Sinclair Manley with family and Gerald A. Hendrick, Vice President - Hotel Operations & Business Development, Bintan Lagoon Resort

Expat Living Interview – H.E James Sinclair

Interview from Expat Living Magazine - Annual Travel Guide 2017

Singapore's Chilean Ambassador, H.E James Sinclair Manley, arrived in Singapore in 2014, after previous postings in Korea, Egypt, Argentina, Peru, Washington and Jakarta. Since then, he and his wife - both avid golfers - have discovered the pleasures of Bintan Lagoon Resort (BLR), visiting many times, and being honorary guests for the resort's 20th Anniversary Celebration and BLR President's Cup'16 last year. We asked the Ambassador for his thoughts on the resort. 

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BLR HOLDS IFTAR FOR MOVERS AND SHAKERS OF BINTAN

Nearly 100 guests graced the Iftar or 'breaking of fast' held during the Holy month of Ramadan at Bintan Lagoon Resort recently. Hosted by President Director, Mr Moe Ibrahim, the Iftar drew island government leaders, divisional heads, and leaders of the business community.

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How to Plan a Meeting & Conference : BLR’s Step by Step Guide

Words: Pallavi Malviya Gupta

Let's face it, most meetings & conferences are boring. Putting together a great function can be extremely difficult, as it takes just the right mixture of venue, agenda, entertainment, and coffee. Add in a bunch of grown-ups away from home with no curfew and it's easy to lose everyone's focus. You don't want to end up spending money or time on unnecessary projects or meeting agendas. You want a successful event.

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