MACAU The Flamingo restaurant in Hotel Regency Macau shook with the sounds of energetic drumming as 70 guests joined this unique activity, which was one of the highlights of the party celebrating the 4thyear anniversary of smallWORLD Experience recently.
The drumming session was led by Frankie Grojnowsky, director of Human Rhythms, a company that specialises in music-based activities. It is represented in the territory by smallWORLD Experience, one of the destination’s major providers of team building and outdoor exercises.
“Macau has a huge potential in this area because these activities are universal – no word is spoken by the facilitators – and suitable for any group size at affordable prices. I’m convinced this will be a huge success in the market,” he says, adding that Human Rhythms has local facilitators and more than 500 drums in the city.
Also at the party, smallWORLD Experience unveiled two new programmes for corporate groups. Both new additions to the company’s programme portfolio are geared at foodies from Asian markets, particularly from Southeast Asia.
The first is the “Macau Gourmet Discovery”, which is designed to showcase the destination’s unique culinary heritage. In this programme, teams compete to find the flavours and secrets behind popular dishes in Macau – from Asian, European to Portuguese specialties, including wine and tea.
The other is the Wine Academy, an indoor team-building activity for up to 200 people. The session begins with an orientation by a wine expert about different wine types and marketing approaches. Then, each team has to create their own wine using one grape variety and develop a marketing strategy for it. The programme is designed to be educational. The goal is for participants to gain new knowledge at the end of the activity.