Thailand has become a prime destination for meetings, conferences and exhibitions. With a blend of modern infrastructure, cultural attractions, vibrant nightlife, and natural beauty, Thailand offers a perfect setting.

Southeast Asia is becoming increasingly important as a manufacturing and trade centre for the entire world. Gaining access and familiarity with these markets can be beneficial for businesses of all types.


Bangkok offers world-class facilities for meetings of all sizes. From the gigantic Bangkok International Trade Exhibition with 70,000 sq metres to small venues like the Royal Orchid Sheraton there is a venue for conventions, meetings and exhibitions of all sizes.

The Bangkok International Trade Exhibition (BITEC) is a venue specifically designed and built to handle large exhibitions. It can accommodate up to 40,000 delegates with flexible spaces that include 10 exhibition halls, 6 grand convention halls, and 28 breakout meeting rooms.

For smaller meetings, many of the leading hotels in Bangkok offer meeting and convention spaces. The Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel, the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, and the InterContinental Bangkok are all excellent facilities with between 25,000 – 44,000 sq feet of meeting space.


If you are going to BITEC, you can choose one of the more than 2000 hotels near Bitec. There are choices in every price range from modest 2-star hotels to luxurious 5-star facilities.


Bangkok has modern airports with easy international access from across the world. A highly developed road and freeway system allows for rapid access around the city. Taxis are cheap and plentiful. A word of caution, when taking a taxi. Only take taxis from the authorized agents at the airport, and request the driver use the meter. Depending on the time of day, traffic can be heavy. If it’s your first time in Bangkok, you’ll be amazed at the organized mass confusion. Swarms of motorcycles buzz in and out of traffic, making driving in Bangkok a challenge for the uninitiated.

Bangkok has a world-class rapid transit system. The Bangkok Mass Transit System, known as the BTS Skytrain, is an elevated rapid transit system in Bangkok. The system consists of 62 stations along 3 lines. The red line terminates at Suvarnabhumi Airport and can take you into the city centre.

The BTS line is popular with locals and tourists alike. Offering inexpensive and quick transportation to most parts of the city, it can get you around the city very quickly. It does get crowded during normal rush hour periods, but trains are plentiful and it is still much faster than trying to get around the city by car.

Cultural Attractions

Bangkok’s ancient sites, temples markets, cuisine, and natural beauty give events a distinctive local flair. Bangkok is one of those can’t miss cities and should be on everyone’s bucket list.

For your off-time, you can organize golf outings, visit outdoor markets, sample local street food, or enjoy an evening dining on the Chao Praya River.

To help revive tourism after the recent pandemic, the Thai government has made it easier than ever to get a visa on arrival.

With so much to offer, you should make it a point to hold a business conference, meeting or exhibition in Bangkok, Thailand.