Why Thailand

(OCT23) Variety of Venues

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    Thailand is undeniably Asia’s premier MICE destination. According to a survey of international MICE participants, Thailand is known for its diversity and range of international MICE venues, including newer venues located in all regions across the nation. Both MICE organisers and exhibitors from around the world see the readiness, capabilities, and charm of the assortment of venues that have attracted the attention of the international MICE community. They are well aware that MICE venues in Thailand offer safe, reliable, and truly unique opportunities that will impress the most discerning of MICE participants. 

1. Conventional Venues

  •   Nong Nooch International Convention Centre Pattaya (NICE) 

This massive convention and exhibition centre is located within the stunning Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens, rated one of the top 10 most beautiful gardens in the world. The modern, well-equipped facility is perfectly placed to service the requirements of Thailand’s fast-developing Eastern Economic Corridor and the MICE industry, with more than 18,000 square metres of usable space. NICE offers complete services for all kinds of events, including conferences, seminars, parties and celebratory events, trade shows, and exhibitions. The space comprises a reception area of 4,200 square metres, an exhibition hall - which can be divided into three smaller halls – with a usable space of 5,760 square metres able to accommodate more than 10,000 guests, as well as smaller meeting rooms. The entire facility can host 12,000 guests and comes fully equipped with technological equipment, lighting and sound systems, and a large state-of-the-art LED screen. NICE also boasts car parking facilities for more than 1,000 vehicles. 

More information:  www.nicepattaya.com

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Credit : www.nicepattaya.com

  •   The 60th Anniversary of His Majesty’s Accession to the Throne International Convention Center Hat Yai

The 60th Anniversary of His Majesty’s Accession to the Throne International Convention Center Hat Yai is the largest convention centre in southern Thailand. The venue features more than 3,000 square metres of event space, and can accommodate up to 3,500 participants for all kinds of events including meetings, seminars, and trade shows. The venue’s professional service team provides a true “One Stop Service” for organisers. Parking for more than 700 vehicles is available, plus the venue features a 960-square-metre secondary meeting room that can host 1,000 guests.

More information:  www.icchatyai.com

  •   Bangkok Convention Centre (BCC) 

Bangkok Convention Center (BCC) is located within the Centara Grand at CentralWorld Hotel in the heart of downtown Bangkok. The venue is conveniently accessible by car and the BTS Skytrain system, and features a banquet hall with an area of 5,250 square metres able to accommodate 5,000 guests. BCC comes complete with a full range of facilities and services, including state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment. With a ceiling height of 13.5 metres, the venue is perfect for concerts, exhibitions, seminars and all manner of events.  

More information:  www.centarahotelsresorts.com/centaragrand/cgcw/bangkok-convention-centre

2. Unconventional Venues 

  •   Nimman Convention Centre

Nimman Convention Centre is a super-modern facility on Nimmanhaemin Road in Chiang Mai. The venue’s design and decorations were inspired by the works of some of the world’s greatest artists, including Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Vincent van Gogh. With its combination of classic beauty and modern technology, the venue creates a space that promises truly unforgettable events and offers incredible flexibility in configurations for meetings, seminars, training programmes, press conferences, product launches, parties, and more. With over 1,000 square metres of usable space, Nimman Convention Centre can comfortably welcome up to 700 guests.   

More information:  www.atnimmanevents.com

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Credit : At Nimman Convention Centre Page

  •   Bank of Thailand Learning Centre

The Bank of Thailand Learning Centre is a learning resource and recreational centre located next to Rama VIII Bridge on the banks of the spectacular Chao Phraya River. Facilities at the centre inclue a co-working space, meeting rooms, and modern multi-media rooms. The striking building was originally the location where the very-first banknotes were printed in Thailand, and the learning centre includes the Prince Vivadhanajaya Library, the Bank of Thailand Museum, plus services for e-book learning, and archival research. The venue offers visitors the opportunity to learn all about the Bank of Thailand’s history and its current services, offering fascinating historical, economic, and political perspectives on Thailand’s economic and financial systems, both in the past and the present day.

More information:  www.bot.or.th/th/our-services/bank-of-thailand-learning-center.html

  •   C asean Samyan CO-OP

A wonderful option for MICE travellers who are looking for a co-working space designed for a range of different uses is the C asean Samyan CO-OP. The space is great for everyone from groups of students to freelance and start-up working groups. Located on the second floor of Samyan Midtown, the venue features six zones: a Refreshment Zone to refresh and recharge; an Open Reading Zone designed to spark creativity; the Focus Zone designed to be a place for distraction-free intensive work; the Sky Reading Zone which features a 180-degree view of the city and is great for individual work; the Amphitheatre for holding events; and a Private Room which can accommodate up to 500 seats and is available 24 hours a day. 

More information:  https://caseansamyancoop.samyan-mitrtown.com

3. Special MICE Venues

  •   Warehouse 30

This new art, lifestyle and creative space near Charoenkrung Rd. is located in an old warehouse that has been thoughtfully converted into a community space with eight zones, each with a distinct personality designed to meet the needs of modern people. Features of Warehouse 30 include a market place, a hangout area, a café, restaurant, and a selection of merchandise stores. It is a great place to enjoy contemporary art and fashion. It also boasts a small movie theatre, and a flexible co-working space, and is designed to meet the demands and lifestyle of the new generation - all decorated in a funky, modern style. Within the One Big House project at Warehouses 1 and 2 there are also areas perfect for exhibitions, live performances, seminars, workshops and more.

More information:  www.warehouse30.com

  •   Bangkok Art and Culture Center 

This great location for the display of art is in the heart of the city and directly connected to the BTS Skytrain National Stadium station. The 9-storey cylindrical building offers a convenient location to socialize and learn about art and culture. It presents a rotating roster of exhibitions – both local and international – aimed at promoting cultural diversity. 

More information:  www.facebook.com/baccpage

  •   The Backyard 168

The Backyard 168 offers a fantastic alternative venue for events and activities with its romantic natural environment. The Backyard 168’s accommodation and restaurant in Khao Yai offers a vast lawn area that is perfect for hosting a range of unforgettable activities. In the evening the space can be transformed into an intimate space where guests can enjoy freshly grilled meals from the barbecue, sip a cocktail, and watch a movie in the outdoors with up to 40 friends. 

More Information : www.facebook.com/thebackyard168

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Credit : THE BACKYARD 168 Page 

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