THERE’S an evolving luxury Tent City within the bustling Mandani Bay complex along F. E. Zuellig Ave., Mandaue City, Cebu.
The cavernous tent, all 1,250 square meters of it, stands across the Mandani Bay Show Gallery and can comfortably accommodate 1,200 persons for corporate events, weddings, concerts, conventions, lavish parties etc. In case of an overflow of guests, the adjacent garden area can be utilized. An added amenity is the tara flux flooring and sheer cloth treatment on the ceiling of the main pavilion.
For its inaugural salvo, Mandani Bay held its Ripple Awards at The Tent, a prestigious night to honor its Top Property sellers. The prizes were nothing to scoff at: cold cash, 13 cars as well as 17 travel cruise packages were there for the taking!
Indeed, Mandaue can now show off a world-class event venue!
For the first time in five years, the Great British Festival was held outside Manila... in our beloved Queen City of the South!
The British Embassy-Manila rolled out the red carpet at The Pig & Palm at Cebu Business Park with luminaries from the metropolis. From the Embassy jetted in Director for trade and investment Mike Moon, Second Secretary for political and strategic communications Vicki Bates and Trade Manager April Cheng. Performing her role as Honorary Consul of Great Britain in Cebu was Tamsin Jackson-Booth.
On this special night, sparkling personalities from the corporate and social set, a media mix partook of the best in British food and drink, as prepared by head chef Karl Emsen of The Pig & Palm.
Says Mike Moon proudly, “We are excited to bring back to Cebu choice British beef from East Anglia, after nearly 20 years!”
Same time next year, Mike!