In a continent as captivating and diverse as Asia, it’s easy to forget that there is a strong focus on business and, in particular, corporate events. Its renowned reputation for hospitality means it conjures up some wonderful events options and, what’s more, they tend to be considerably better value for money than their European and American counterparts.
This guide aims to show you some of the very best Asia has to offer.
Hong Kong’s Convention Center has over 1 million square feet of event space. A mind-blowing amount, when you think about it. It’s also available on a 24/7 basis, in sync with the city’s ‘sleeping is for losers’ lifestyle.
With a blend of modern and traditional, European and Asian cultures, the city is never far from the top of Asian event planners’ lists.
Ranked number 1 on Cvent’s list of Asian meeting destinations, Singapore lives up to its world-class reputation of hosting events.
It knows how to play as well as work with superb facilities like the Raffles Hotel giving the best of both the corporate and entertainment worlds.
A captivating city that offers a diverse array of events attractions. With nearly 40,000 rooms reserved for business use, guests can make use of the modern facilities, marvel at the incredible architecture and meet people from all over the world.
Don’t be put off by its remote location either, its transport solutions are superb and fitting of any modern city.
Thailand’s capital city is a thriving hub of corporate events. Combining state-of-the-art venues with traditional hospitality, it instantly makes guests feel at home.
Visitors can also make use of delicious catering options that showcase the famous Thai cuisine – certain to get people’s mouths watering.
With a scarcely believable 120,000 rooms available for corporate use on any given day, Shanghai has the capacity to host even the biggest international events.
Planners looking for more humble venues will be pleased too, with a wide range of halls and theatres available at extremely affordable prices. The city is one to look out for in the 2020s.