The Sanchaya is offering a free villa or suite for every seven booked to entice MICE planners to lock in a luxurious beach getaway retreat on Singapore’s doorstep as part of its “Seventh Heaven” promotion.
Situated on Indonesia’s Bintan island – a 45-minute ferry ride from Singapore’s Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal – the 21-villa and nine-suite estate has emerged as an idyllic alternative to Lion City MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, events) venues.
With capacity for 75 people theatre-style or 48 at a banquet, The Sanchaya’s function venue The Dahlia opens up to a colonial-style terrace and manicured lawn overlooking the estate’s 50-meter long infinity pool and the South China Sea.
Full access is granted to all of the estate’s facilities including The Bar, decorated with antique telescopes, custom furniture and other trappings of a 19th century explorer’s club, a wine cellar and wine-and-cheese tasting area called Decanter, as well as a spa, fitness center, beachside yoga pavilion and croquet lawn.
The Sanchaya’s function venue The Dahlia features crisp, neutral tones, polished timber floors, stylish furnishings including porter chairs and rare artifacts offering glimpses into Southeast Asia’s history.
The estate’s bespoke full-day and half-day packages, priced at US$110 and US$95 per person respectively, are based on a minimum of 10 people and include use of audio and visual equipment, a two or three-course lunch and two themed coffee breaks.
Under the Seventh Heaven promotion, available for seven months from April 1 until November 1, fees for one villa or suite will be waived for every seven villas or suites booked, to a maximum of two free villas or suites. There are also special corporate room rates for the junior sea view and garden view suites, the Thai-inspired Lawan Village’s one-bedroom villas, and the Leelawadee compound with a private pool.
Exclusive use is available with a total buyout of the property for the ultimate getaway experience.