From MICE Biz

Range of options
by Keith Chan

The Interlaken OCT Hotel Shenzhen offers a full-day meeting package for 550 yuan (HK$671.10) per person, and a half-day package for 450 yuan. Both packages require at least 30 people. The full-day...

Taste high life
by Keith Chan

The Sanya Marriott Resort & Spa has launched a Seamless Meeting package for 2,998 yuan (HK$3,656) net per person valid until September 30. This includes two nights’ accommodation in a deluxe...

Shoreline surprise
by Keith Chan

The InterContinental Sanya offers a full-day (maximum eight hours) meeting package from 500 yuan (HK$610.09), and a half-day meeting package (maximum four hours) from 350 yuan. Both packages are...

Asian visitors on rise
by Victoria Burrows

Johannesburg is not only South Africa’s main business hub but also sub-Saharan Africa’s, making it a major MICE destination for the continent and beyond. Over the past year, there has been strong...

Island growth
by Samantha Coomber

This year will see substantial MICE business growth and openings of the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center and hotel venues, as Bali prepares to host high-level international conferences.

Seasonal attractions
by Keith Chan

Hong Kong theme parks are offering MICE packages to clients ranging from small business groups to large regional conferences, with thousands of participants.

Super service
by Keith Chan

The Island Shangri-La has a Signature Events initiative to provide streamlined processing and specialised service delivery. This includes super-value dates to enable a search for the best...

Package incentives
by Keith Chan

Venetian Macao offers clients who book a meeting package by September 30, free in-suite Wi-fi, 50 per cent discount on Zaia, a 30-minute Streetmosphere performance and round-trip ferry tickets.

Triple chance
by Wilson Lau

The Galaxy Macau takes an integrated approach to hosting MICE events by offering participants the flexibility to use any of the meeting rooms, restaurants, bars and leisure facilities in its three...

Meeting targets
by Catherine Chan

Since opening in late 2009, the China National Convention Centre in Beijing has met its brief as the first purpose-built facility to provide a national-level space for international and domestic...