Case Study: Incentive


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The Brief →

To deliver an incentive programme to a long haul destination that offers a high degree of leisure time for participants to relax and enjoy the destinations. In addition the trip had previously been on 2 safaris in Botswana and South Africa, so a programme that included an element of “safari” was a pre-requisite.

The Solution →

We chose a dual centre programme including Singapore and Borneo.  The group arrived in Singapore for a 1 night / 2 day stop over, staying at the stunning Marina Bay Sands hotel. Rooms were available upon arrival allowing everyone the chance to check in and freshen up after the overnight flight. The afternoon was free for people to explore the city or relax at the roof top pool.

A stunning welcome dinner and cocktail reception was held in a private section of the rooftop Ce La Vi restaurant, enjoying incredible views over the city it was a wonderful way to start the trip.

The next day was at leisure with a choice of activities for guests to participate in or they had access to the rooftop pool to enjoy the weather.

From Singapore we flew to Borneo and on to the Shangri la Rasa Ria Resort for several days relaxation, the resort had plenty of activities for guests to participate in.

An early morning start saw the group fly on a privately chartered flight to Sepilok and world famous orangutan rehabilitation centre, as well as watching the baby apes in the orphanage the group braved a tropical shower to visit the feeding platform – where orangutans released into the reserve can return for food. From Sepilok we visited the Sunbear sanctuary where we were lucky to view a few of the smallest members of the bear family.

An overnight water safari on the Kinabatangan River, gave everyone an even better chance to see some of South East Asia’s finest wildlife including elephants, proboscis monkeys, slow loris, crocodiles and even wild orangutans. It was a safari with a difference that everyone will remember.

 A final dinner was arranged back at the Rasa Ria, with traditional dancers and headhunters, audience participation was of course necessary!