October 2021




Bangkok convention centre set for September 2022 re-launch

Many events have already been lined up for next year

This article was originally found on CMW.

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 additional 50 flexible meeting rooms.

It also has accessibility to the Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT) and 2,700 parking spaces. With the investment budget of THB 15bn (US$44m), the QSNCC will be reintroduced as the largest convention centre in the CBD of Bangkok.

Sakchai Pattarapreechakul, president of N.C.C. Management & Development, said: “The new QSNCC started taking bookings in August 2021 and has received positive responses from former and new clients. The new QSNCC offers extended services to its customers with top-notch capabilities and resources to drive live, hybrid and virtual events.”

Informa Markets Thailand has confirmed to hold six events throughout 2022 at the QSNCC, namely Food Ingredient Asia, Food & Hotel Thailand, ASEAN Sustainable Energy, Pump and Valves Asia, Thai Water Expo, and Tissue and Paper Bangkok.

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