Month: April 2020

Australians loving cruise and multi-gen travel

Released to coincide with Virtuoso Travel Week, being held in Las Vegas this week, the research reveals where Australia’s luxury travellers are heading across long and short-haul destinations, trending destinations and the motivations behind their travels. “This research, which looks at travel trends identified by Australian Virtuoso agencies, reveals clients are keen to share travel …

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New Star Asian Cities For MICE In 2016

The first new star is Phnom Penh. There are several reasons why Phnom Penh is becoming more and more competitive to catch larger MICE—strategic location in Southeast Asia, decisive pro-business government, construction boom and most importantly much lower cost when compared to Singapore and Bangkok. These advantages outweigh the concerns in Phnom Penh—bad traffic and …

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Macao Is Spending More Subsidies To Boost MICE Industry

Since the revenues from gaming industry has sharply decreased by 35% in the past year, Macao government decided to focus more on its hospitality and meetings infrastructure and offer packages for mega large groups. More than 182,000 sqm of meeting space and over 32,000 hotel rooms are available in Macao at present stage. There are …

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MICE Industry Contributes Much To The Boom Of Korean Tourism Industry

MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions) have been bringing more and more benefits to regional economies and tourism industries which stimulate many countries to upgrade their infrastructures to accommodate large-scale international events to boost this high-value added business. Korea is actively participating MICE where both government and private sectors are preparing themselves to attract more events …

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Bureaus In Asia Are Working Hard To Promote Green Meetings

Compared with Europe, convention bureaus in Asia are facing more challenges in bringing sustainability into the exhibitions. Being the only party responsible for educating, supporting and facilitating the co-operation within the industry, bureaus encounter difficulties in implementing sustainable practices. The lack of demand in sustainability in Asia also worsen the situation. In order to cope …

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An Interview with the Star Performing Arts Centre

The Star Performing Arts Centre is the latest addition to Singapore’s vibrant events and shows scene, opened in November 2012. With its iconic architecture, 5000-seat capacity, and advanced technological equipment, the Star instantly established itself as a pioneer in Singapore’s MICE industry. The Star will be exhibiting at MICE Asia Pacific Exhibition 2014, organised by …

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Mr. Stuart Bailey offers insights on MICE in Asia

Many eyes are on the rapidly expanding MICE market in Asia Pacific, which has overtaken North America to become the second-largest MICE market in recent years, and is expected to surpass the European market in the future. Oliver Kinross had the opportunity to chat with Mr. Stuart Bailey, General Manager of Diversified Communications Hong Kong, …

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