Venturing offsite, groups can also go pick out seafood at a nearby seafood market and see it cooked before them in the local hawker (or open-air complex), true to Hainan culture.
The Silk Road’s recent designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the building of a new highway make it more attractive to groups then ever.
The newest member of the FICP board shares some of his meeting planning experiences, from ways to save money to top experiences not to be missed by groups.
“These lodges’ outstanding service and experiences in addition to their commitment to sustainability make them ideal for small groups or incentive trips.”
“We are focusing on properties that have underutilized or underperforming F&B space that could be a good option for an entrepreneur to test a concept.”
Sheraton Macao Hotel offers a refreshing blend of old and new on China’s southern coast.
As a “wellness destination” in the middle of India’s Golden Triangle, the ITC Grand Bharat will be at the top of the must-see list of India’s meetings hotels when it opens late 2014.
China’s Golden Pebble Winery will be one of the hottest wineries in China, with a full-production winery, boutique hotel, commercial village and residential villas.
JW Marriott Hanoi’s folklore and striking glass and metal geometric design make the property one of Vietnam’s top meeting locations.
Announcing Site’s 2014 Crystal Award winners, from the UAE’s biggest incentive trip ever to a CSR program that delivered running shoes to preschoolers in South Africa.
With its breathtaking scenery and unique Maori culture, New Zealand is on the bucket list of most international travelers and conference delegates.
Convention organizers are focusing as much on the context surrounding event content as the content itself.
Activities such as houseboating and Ayurvedic spa treatments immerse attendees in the culture of this special region of India.
“Combined with Chinese customs and a lot of Macau delights, we can certainly provide groups with an authentic local experience.”