Two major sporting events heading to Tokyo are causing meetings numbers and venue construction to spike.
Rosewood Hong Kong will be opening on 17 March, ahead of its Thai counterpart on 31 March.
On the heels of successful visits by Chinese incentive groups, Melbourne prepares itself for more inbound business.
The high number of new venue openings in recent years presents untapped potential for event organisers.
The theme park replaces '尼' with '妮' on its name to mark International Women's Day.
The new hall is expected to meet spillover demands from Tainex 1.
The line of hotels will focus on tech, facilities, and services with the business traveller in mind.
The new property has only 112 rooms and 17 suites, lower than the average of 300 rooms among its counterparts in other cities.
Following the acquisition, Six Senses is expected to grow to 60 hotels within the next 10 years.
The fun never ends in Bangkok.
The new Cantonese opera theatre faces backlash for its exorbitant rent prices.
The demand for unique venues has key regional cities opening everything from old textile factories to sacred shrines for events.
Hotel Chao taps on its unique spaces and artistic vibe to attract the creative audience.
Big brands continue to make their way across the region.
The motorcycle experience centre will be launched on Hengqin island in Zhuhai.
Venues are done playing conventional roles like they used to.
The new centre is predicted to host 111 new events annually, equivalent to 16% growth for the city.
The new multi-purpose venue and race track in Tianjin is already attracting the likes of BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi.
The megacity now caters for smaller, tailored experiences with a focus on boutique and home-grown gems.
The up-and-coming unique venue in Seongsu-dong is reflective of the area's larger urban regeneration efforts.
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