Thailand

IMPACT, Thailand welcomes return to in-person events

IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Centre, Thailand, has welcomed the return of face-to-face events for the first time since April 2021. After Thailand opened its borders to fully vaccinated international travellers from over 63 countries on 1 November, the in-person event sector is now seeing a gradual return of activities. IMPACT has confirmed 49 events to take place between November-December. Of ...

Thailand events set to return under safety protocols

Thailand’s Centre of Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has approved the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau’s (TCEB) proposal to allow the return of in-person MICE events to be held under ‘Covid-19 Free setting’ protocols. The approval follows the government’s announcement, 11 October, that fully vaccinated overseas visitors will be allowed to enter Thailand from 1 November with...

Bangkok convention centre set for September 2022 re-launch

N.C.C. Management & Development, the Thailand based venue management company, has announced that the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre (QSNCC) is set to re-open on schedule in September 2022. 280,000 sqm of the Centre has been re-modelled, which is now five times larger than before. The event space of 78,500 sqm consists of two main exhibition halls, two large conference halls with an a...

TCEB outlines three-year roadmap for Thailand’s conventions industry

Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) has unveiled a three-year roadmap for the country’s conventions industry. Covering 2021–2023, the roadmap outlines action plans to attract more conventions to Thailand with the intention of elevating the country’s international profile. The roadmap comprises three key strategies: To upgrade the Thailand’s conventions ecosystem through active lead ge...