TTG Asia Media, organisers of the IT&CMA & CTW Asia Pacific trade show held in Bangkok next month, are reassuring delegates that political unrest in Thailand is limited to specific areas and will not affect the planned show.
Tourism operators in Thailand are urging travellers to rethink cancelling visiting the Southeast Asian nation following the imposition of a state of emergency in Bangkok this week.
Thailand’s share of the MICE market is under threat following the killing of a man and mass street protests in Bangkok that led to the imposition of a state of emergency in the capital on Tuesday (September 4).
The Philippines will this week hosts a MICE forum that looks into the competitive advantage of regional MICE hubs and analyses their success stories to see how they beat the competition.
More than 140 travel agencies attended a Sabah Tourism Board (SABTB) presentation in Borneo yesterday (August 7) to promote the destination’s appeal to the Asian Pacific MICE market.
The Beijing Olympics is set to attract the highest number of Australian business leaders ever assembled offshore as hundreds of executives head to the Chinese capital to capitalise on networking opportunities.
A leading Thai hotel group has said it expects the MICE market will contribute about 50 per cent of the company’s total revenue in 2009 — up from 35 per cent this year.
A 5-star country estate in New Zealand is offering special indulgence packages targeted at the MICE market.
Chinese authorities are restricting business travel in the lead up to the Olympic Games to ward off foreign activists and ensure a trouble-free games.
The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre today (July 26) nudged ahead of regional counterparts Suntec Singapore and the Hong Kong Convention Centre to win its second consecutive Best Exhibition and Convention Centre in Asia award at the TravelWeekly (Asia) Indu
The Saigontourist Travel Service (STS) Company has this year welcomed nearly 18,300 visitors on MICE tours, representing a 17 per cent increase to the corresponding period in 2007.
Bangkok is setting the groundwork for a global campaign to promote itself as a hub for exhibitions and boost its competitiveness in the MICE industry.
‘Showing a united front’ has been identified as key to winning conferences contracts at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Association Seminar this week.
Rydges Hotels and Resorts have secured the rights to manage the popular Hideaway Resort Fiji, re-branding it the Rydges Hideaway Resort Fiji
Amazement was the prevailing reaction from the more than 260 guests attending a Meetings 2011 function at the Blue Baths on June 22.