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‘Aam-aze’ Fest @ Four Points by Sheraton

This summer, Four Points by Sheraton brings you a delectable range of mango desserts and mango mocktails. Enjoy a variety of delicacies like Mango canapés, Mango tea cakes, Mango shooters, Alphonso Chicken Kebab, Mambazha Pulissery and Mango Basil Panna Cotta with Exotic Fruit Salsa among others. 24 more words


Overseas Education Fair in Pune

KRISHNA CONSULTANTS organizing one day Education Fair at Pune for higher studies – come, meet, interact and apply for admissions to 50+ Universities from 8 Countries all under one roof for courses at Bachelors and Masters levels for 2017 & 2018 intakes. 37 more words



In Sabah, if you mention you are travelling to Sandakan you may receive looks of curiosity followed by the common statement of ‘Oh you must mean Sepolik for the Organutang’. 706 more words

Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia

Wrapped Un-Wraps Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan

Blogged by @joehairie for Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan

Wrapped, the venue to be at, unwraps a new menu. Come 16 December 2016, the dining spot at Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan unveils a new and refreshing feel to the gastronomic connoisseur. 364 more words


Time to Just Give A Little : Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan

Blogged by @Lan for Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan

“Generosity is giving more than you can, and pride is taking less than you need.”-Khalil Gibran… 496 more words


Bandung : RM Ciganea, Four Points Hotel, One Eighty, Prima Rasa, Zenbu, Xtrans

24 August 2016. Chevy, Dewa, Mas Hanif, and I went to Bandung by Mas Han’s car. We travelled between Jakarta and Bandung in 4 hours,  569 more words


Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan Puts People First

Blogged by @joehairie
Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan
Career Track employees for 2015/2016

After a year of hard work, studies, group projects, hands on training and grooming a selected group of individuals, Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan has proudly produced the second batch of Career Track employees for 2015/2016.  427 more words