Malaysia’s premier venue set for a busy year
Malaysia’s premier venue, the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (the Centre), is opening 2023 on a high note with over 200 confirmed events that will attract over 700,000 delegates and visitors to the venue throughout the year. In addition to the millions in economic benefits for Malaysia annually, the business events industry is a vital social and economic driver that creates thousands of jobs, supports talent development, facilitates knowledge exchange, and more.
18 international and national conventions, 35 exhibitions, and about 160 corporate meetings and events are already on the Centre’s calendar for the year, with more to be added in the coming months. The venue will see a range of debutant trade shows including Intelligent Manufacturing, CyberDSA, E-Mobility Asia and many more. Key international conferences such as the 38th Asia Pacific Academy of Opthalmology Congress (APAO), Aesthetic Medicine & Surgery Conference (AMSC), Energy Asia, World Renewable Energy Congress (WREC), and World Women Leadership Summit, will also be taking place at the Centre between January and December.
More and more live entertainment event organisers are choosing the award-winning venue for concerts and comedy shows. International heart-throbs like Ne-Yo, Sting, Blue, Maksim, and One Republic are set to rock the Centre’s 3-000-seat Plenary Hall from January to March. Popular Indonesian artists, Cakra Khan, Bunga Citra Lestari or famously known as BCL, and Melly Goeslow are also part of this year’s illustrious entertainment line-up.
The strategic location of the purpose-built venue in the heart of the city, its international standards in service delivery, its long track record of hosting successful high-profile international and government events and its dedicated and experienced team make the Centre an easy and preferred choice of venue for clients.
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