THE InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa has achieved phenomenal growth figures in just three years and is fast gaining popularity as the choice backdrop for moviemakers from the East and West alike.
Newlyweds have firmly established the resort as their venue of choice and corporations have placed the Natadola-based escape on top of their list as the venue for meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) with 25 per cent growth in 2011 when compared to the previous year.
The breathtaking resort facility and world famous beach caught the attention of veteran British rockers Status Quo who shot scenes for their debut full length feature movie "Bula Quo" there.
Popular Indian lifestyle television show host Karuna Ezara Parikh will take the InterContinental and Fiji to millions of viewers across India when her show 'Life's a Beach' shot at the picturesque holiday haven will air in the Asian centre.
Meanwhile three million Koreans will be exposed to one of the world's 25 most beautiful beaches and the resort when 'Live Morning Wide' airs in Korea in June this year.
The show, which features some of Fiji's most exclusive attractions, will inform Korean families of the many activities available should they choose to holiday in Fiji.