Hot Ideas

Go Off Script In The Korean Demilitarised Zone

by Naomi Neoh | July 30, 2019
One of the few remaining enigmas is opening up to tourists with a glimpse into military areas that check the boxes for a bucket-list experience.

Live life uncaged in Fiji

by Naomi Neoh | June 20, 2019
Nature’s unspoiled playground comes alive with bucket-list activities like shark diving and kava making.

Bali Zoo goes excitingly into the night

by Meetings & Conventions Asia | April 23, 2019
A new night programme offers visitors a chance to hand-feed the animals and dine in the wild.

The Beautiful Event

by Jonathan Vatner | January 24, 2019
How top designers create stunning experiences

Enticing planners and attracting events to your city

by S. S. Yoga | December 18, 2018
What can destinations do to entice MICE planners to hold their events there?

The Power of the Welcome Email

by Amy Gitchell | November 06, 2018
For association events, a friendly welcome can make a big impression.

Danang is the new darling

by Naomi Neoh | May 24, 2018
Spurred by global events and investments, this Central Vietnam city attracts incentive groups with its rich history and nature.

How to Use Your Smartphone to Relax

by Matt Alderton | January 23, 2018
Learn how your smartphone can help you unplug (ironically) from the day's stresses.

A Sprinkle of Disney Magic

by Brooke Thio | December 15, 2017
Whether for work or play, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort is the place for truly unique, impactful, and hassle-free events.

Where more than the sun, sand and sea beckons

by Lee Xin Hui | October 01, 2017
Angsana Bintan offers varied dining options, flexible spaces, and meaningful experiences anchored on environmental protection.

Putrajaya’s Pull Factor

by Lee Xin Hui | July 10, 2017
It’s known as the federal administrative centre of Malaysia, but the city, south of Kuala Lumpur, is quickly becoming a firm favourite with event planners and incentive groups.

Weekly Updates

Singapore - Novel Discoveries

Trek off-the-beaten paths and wander to fascinating places in search of Singapore’s rich history and heritage.

5 ways planners can win a pitch

Competition is heating up in the MICE industry and meetings planners must be on top of their game to win their pitch. Here are five ways planners and organizers...

Steady business growth to spur modest rise in hotel prices in 2020

Hotel prices in key cities will see only modest rises next year, restricted by a global supply boom and dampened demand, a report by American Express Global...

MICE proliferating fast in Macau

More and more companies are choosing to host their meetings and events in Macau according to the territory’s recent announcement from the Macao Trade and...

On the Move

Ta Pae Christchurch names executive leadership

Ta Pae Christchurch Convention Centre has unveiled its executive leadership team as it gears up for its official launch in October next year.

JW Marriott Singapore South Beach names new hotel manager

JW Marriott Singapore South Beach has welcomed Luna Bajracharya as its new hotel manager.

The St. Regis Singapore appoints a new GM

Vincent Billiard has taken up residence as the new general manager of The St. Regis Singapore.

Choe Peng Sum to succeed as new CEO of Pan Pacific

Former Frasers Hospitality CEO Choe Peng Sum has been tapped to head up Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG) from September 1, parent company UOL Group announced on...