Tourism conference held at Crossroads Maldives
Crossroads Maldives has hosted the Maldives Tourism Conference 2019.
This is the first official government function held at The Event Hall @ Crossroads Maldives since its opening on September 19.
More than 200 participants took part in various activities throughout the day.
President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih and tourism minister Ali Waheed along with other top government officials, members of the parliament and tourism industry stakeholders attended the gala dinner.
The Event Hall @ Crossroads Maldives is a 326sqm multi-purpose venue with high ceilings and three function rooms ideal for meetings or workshops, offering a choice of set-up options. The main ballroom can be hired for exclusive gatherings, dinners and celebrations, supported by a professional event planning and catering team.
It also offers a breezy outdoor celebration space with an expansive, signature marquee. Beautifully positioned directly on the beach, it offers uninterrupted vistas of the Indian Ocean.
Additionally, space rentals for functions and celebrations are available at Café del Mar Maldives and Hard Rock Cafe Maldives.
Crossroads, the Maldives’ first and largest integrated tourist destination owned by Thailand’s leading developer Singha Estate, encompasses nine idyllic islands fringing the Emboodhoo Lagoon in the South Male Atoll. Two of the islands have been used for the first phase of the project.
The first island is home to the vibrant lifestyle district and heart of the mega project, The Marina @ Crossroads — an 11,000sqm retail and entertainment space. It offers an extensive array of attractions for visitors, including Hard Rock Cafe Maldives; Café del Mar, a 30-berth luxury marina; extensive retail, food and beverage outlets; a Maldives Discovery Centre supporting local arts and crafts; a Marine Discovery Centre; and a multi-purpose event venue and a junior beach club.