Singha opens Maldives draw

Singha opens Maldives draw

The Marina @ Crossroads, home to a lifestyle district and the heart of the megaproject, is lit up during the official launch ceremony in the Maldives.
The Marina @ Crossroads, home to a lifestyle district and the heart of the megaproject, is lit up during the official launch ceremony in the Maldives.

After two years of development, the Crossroads, a leisure and lifestyle destination owned by Singha Estate Plc, is opening in the Maldives.

Faisal Naseem, vice-president of the Maldives, was an honorary guest at the opening ceremony for Crossroads Maldives, which featured a performance by local artist Mary Yam and the screening of a short documentary The Making of Crossroads Maldives produced by the History Channel.

Chutinant Bhirombhakdi, chairman of Singha Estate, said Crossroads is the largest integrated leisure and entertainment destination in the Maldives.

Naris Cheyklin, chief executive of Singha Estate, said that while promoting tourism and the economy, Crossroads is also committed to its mission of "building big, protecting the small" -- fashioning a megaproject while promoting locals' livelihood.


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