The Haven Resort Hotel, Ipoh held its annual thanksgiving dinner on Saturday, June 10. The evening began with music from a string quartet followed by a belly dance. 

“Our mission is to perform extraordinarily by completing our developments well, providing high quality resort hotel suites, preserving nature and creating harmonious communities. Profit is only our third objective. What comes in the afterlife is what motivates us to be responsible corporate citizens,” said Peter Chan, the chief executive officer of The Haven.

It was a double joy, as the celebration coincided with Peter’s birthday. Present to share the moment was director, Tan Sri Haji Megat Najmuddin.

Besides guests from Hong Kong, Indonesia and China, the occasion was made extra special with the presence of alumni of Raffles Hall, Peter’s mates at the university.

The entertainment line-up featured a video presentation dotted with humorous segues and an impromptu performance by the Raffles Hall brothers. During the staff performance, a solo acoustic guitarist, singing a self-composed song, was the hit.

Peter announced the construction of a show gallery for his upcoming project in Lagoi Bay, Bintan. The gallery is scheduled to complete in July and can be viewed in August.

“Running on the motto, ‘Above All, There Is The Haven’, The Haven Bintan will be the highest in the realm of archipelago consisting of hundreds of islands. It will feature the biggest clubhouse (three floors) ever at 48,000 square foot and the trademark 5-level seahorse design infinity swimming pool, fronting the natural virgin mangrove forest. It’ll be the only sky-rise resort in Lagoi Bay,” he revealed.

Mei Kuan