Thailand to the Forefront of Asia and ASEAN’s MICE Industry

Bangkok ranks second most sustainable MICE destination in Asia in the 2018…

Quantum Hotels & Resorts President on tourism and the hotel industry in the Philippines

John Cole is the President of Quantum Hotels and Resorts. He spoke with The Prospect Group about tourism in the Philippines, the hotel industry in the Makati area of Metro Manila, and the One Pacific Place property.

Chiang Mai to Be Promoted as a MICE Industrial Hub in ASEAN

A master plan has been worked out to make Chiang Mai a MICE center in ASEAN

Thailand expects $2.8bln income from MICE travellers

The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau TCEB is working to meet an expected 940,000 business travellers this year and rake in an income of  88 billion baht or $2.8Bln in 2013.

International Convention in Chiang Mai to boost MICE Business

A world-class convention and exhibition center being built just outside the northern city of Chiang Mai will help boost Thailand’s meetings, incentives, conventions, and exhibitions (MICE) business.

Thailand to spend $1.25M to boost MICE industry

International meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (MICE) industry suffered up to more than one billion baht in losses.

Laguna Phuket unveils New meetings and incentive Venue

Laguna Phuket has unveiled plans for a new venue capable of hosting a wide variety of meetings and incentive programmes, conferences, gala dinners and other events in a spectacular tropical waterside setting. The new venue known as Latitude will feature a 1,000m2 marquee style structure which will be fully air-conditioned, and capable of accomodating up to 1000 guests in theatre style seating, 800 for cocktails and 600 for a banquet

Japanese seek better conditions for Thai MICE

While the Thai meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (MICE) sector is expected to recover this year, the government has been urged to improve some of the infrastructure and ease regulations, executives of Tokyo Big Sight and the Japan Exhibition Association said last week.