Vietnam-based tourism and entertainment enterprise, Let’s Win Group, successfully held an official grand opening ceremony of its club at Hoiana Resort & Golf, in close proximity to the world UNESCO heritage site, Hoian Ancient town, Central Vietnam. More than 500 industry representatives,elites, and guests from Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and Indonesia attended the grand ceremony as well as the gala dinner on March 25th, 2023. Let’s Win Group has been operating in Vietnam for seven years, providing high-end travel and entertainment services to international visitors. The official grand opening of Let’s Win Club at Hoiana Resort & Golf has marked a new milestone for the company and the tourism industry in Vietnam.
The ceremony, which was held at the lobby of Let’s Win Hoiana, was hosted by the Chairman & CEO of Let’s Win Group, Mr Francis Ngo. The event showcased lion dance and dragon dance performances and was witnessed by hundreds of shareholders, valued guests as well as the senior management of Let’s Win Group Then the lions led the guests into Let’s Win Club and had a site tour to experience high-end services and privileged ambience offered by the Group.
The President and CEO of Hoiana Resort & Golf, Mr Steve Wolstenholme, acknowledged the group’s professionalism and continued commitment to the industry. “Let’s Win was one of the very first ITOs at Hoiana. You started your business here during the pandemic and you came through that very difficult time. As we now begin to see the gradual resumption of tourism in Vietnam, I have no doubt that our businesses and relationship will grow even stronger together.” he said.
To celebrate the grand opening, a special gala performance and dinner was held on March 25th. The show featured spectacular performances by local dancer Linh Nga, the merited artist, Giang Brothers, Hoang Thuy Linh, Thieu Bao Trang, popular singers from Vietnam, famous Hong Kong singer Julian Cheung Chi-lam and A-list Hong Kong actor Joel Chan Shan Chung, Korean singers Ali and Bobby Kim, as well as Malaysian singer Winnie Kok. More than 500 guests, including representatives from the six gaming operators of Macau, were invited to the event.
(Information provided by Let’s Win Group)