THE SUCCESS OF TOURISM BUBBLES
The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia’s premier purpose-built venue, welcomes the recent Government announcements surrounding domestic travel and the success of tourism bubbles in its effort to fully revive the country’s economic sectors based on the National Recovery Plan (NRP), on the back of its closure as a mega vaccination centre (PPV). Over 800,000 people of Kuala Lumpur were vaccinated at the Centre between 7 June and 22 September 2021.
The Prime Minister, Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri announced on Sunday the much-anticipated update allowing domestic and overseas travel for all fully vaccinated Malaysians from 11 October.
As part of its readiness strategy, the Centre recently became the first venue in Malaysia to acquire the “Safe Business Events (BE)”, a hygiene label by Bureau Veritas, which serves as reassurance and guarantee towards the Centre’s expertise in providing a safe, controlled and regulated event environment by way of compliance to and implementation of the government-approved SOPs.
The safety and hygiene level of the venue is further enhanced by additional finer filters in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system to regulate and maintain good air quality within the Centre.
The Centre has also deployed a series of virtual solutions for event organisers ranging from remote site-visits and artificially intelligent digital concierge (website chatbot) to providing virtual and hybrid event studios with groundbreaking technologies accompanied by a team of experts and all supporting services and infrastructure for a digital event pivot, all under one roof.