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Travel August 7, 2017

Malamala Beach Club

The world’s first island beach club is now open to welcome guests


Surrounded by Fiji’s famous crystal clear waters, Malamala Beach Club is just 25 minutes from Port Denarau. Grab a day pass and enjoy white sand beaches, beachside cabanas with butler service, a resort style infinity edge pool, and  views across the stunning Mamanucas from Fiji’s best located island.

Malamala Beach Club offers a delicious a-la-carte menu with light bites to tame your craving or Pacific-inspired meals and shared platters. Sample the special selection of curated cocktails and relax in the club-like atmosphere with laid back tunes mixed all day long. For menu starters try blackened fish taco or coconut sliders, followed by a seared fish Kokoda koko bowl and don’t forget to try our hand crafted golden orb for dessert. The curated cocktail collection specially mixed for Malamala Beach Club by a San Francisco based mixologist allows you to indulge with the Momi Cannon, Beach Club Tea, and Smoking Barrel.

With exceptional snorkelling in the surrounding reef off Malamala, plus complimentary non-motorised water sports there is plenty to do. Guests can relax in one of the beachside cabanas dotted around the island, and soak up the sunshine with amazing South Pacific views. Malamala Beach Club is also the perfect venue for an incentive group or special event, with a variety of spaces available for private function hire.


The multi-award-winning South Sea Cruises is Fiji’s leading maritime operator, providing a range of day cruises to explore Fiji’s iconic islands and an inter-island resort connection (ferry) service for the Mamanuca and Yasawa group of islands.  Also part of the South Sea Cruises portfolio is Fiji’s premier small ship cruising experience, Blue Lagoon Cruises, offering three-, four- and seven-night cruises; Awesome Adventures Fiji, catering to backpackers and independent travellers; Yasawa Islands Holidays, specialising in couples and family holiday experiences in the Yasawa Islands; and Vinaka Fiji, a voluntourism experience focused on building sustainable communities, education and marine conservation.


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