Bangkok is an amazing place to visit for a holiday and is jam packed with culture and visual delights. Take into account the friendliness of the people, the tropical climate, and the gorgeous sandy beaches, and it has become a hotbed for tourists from Europe and the rest of the world. Travel and tourism is of course one of its most important industries, but officials from the financial sector and the business world are increasingly making journeys to check out the conference facilities. It is fully equipped in this regard, and is perfect for more business minded trips.
This is partly down to a number
of internationally renowned and high quality convention complexes which have been built in the last 10 years, not to mention the top class accommodation and hotels available in the vicinity. It is no wonder business men and women want to meet and discuss things here. Add to this the growing list of Professional Conference Organisers (PCO), event organisers and Destination Management Companies (DMC), and Thailand is proving to be one of the most talked about conference destinations in the world.
Bangkok Convention Centre
The first port of call if you are looking to have the biggest and most impressive suite in town has to be the a multi-million pound Bangkok Convention Centre with its ultramodern facilities and over 17,000 square metres of space.
It is grand in scale and certainly has the WOW factor as soon as you enter, with its modern furnishings and glass exterior. It has gorgeous high ceilings and can fit up to 6,000 employees and delegates in the expansive World Ballroom, which is a huge pillarless conference hall. If you demand the best that money can buy, and if you are looking to add spectacle and prestige to your conference event, and you have lots of guests, then this is the space for you.
Take into account the other amenities it has to offer, such as numerous VIP suites for those very special guests, a state-of-the-art and well run Business Centre which offers 24-hour secretarial services. There are a diversity of meeting and media rooms to accommodate every need, and then there is the Lotus Garden if you are still unsure, which has over 1,000 square metres of function space at your beck and call.