Looking for a venue that provides delegates with plenty of inspiration and sparks even more innovative efforts? If the idea of getting together with delegates worldwide working at the place you can see the mountains kissing the clouds does appeal to you, then maybe creating a meeting at one of the most unique tourist destinations in the heart of logistics in ASEAN might. Chiang Mai City of Thailand is the place for you that is off the beaten path and offers impressive experiences which 29th ISSCT Congress 2016 got this year!
Another success story of NCC-PCO in organizing the large scale of international conferences and exhibitions this year was definitely the one in Chiang Mai City, 29th Congress of the International Society of Sugar Cane Technologists (29th ISSCT Congress 2016) on 5-8 December attracting 2,115 participants and 74 exhibitors from leading organizations related to sugar and sugar cane industry of approximately 40 countries worldwide fulfilling the net exhibit space of more than 2,000 sq.m. at Chiang Mai International Exhibition and Convention Centre with Thailand’s unique northern-style decoration and high standard facilities surrounded by mountains which was ready to serve this world congress.
It is a special city with much to offer for the MICE industry, and the following are some of the best tourist attractions to explore! Marvelous attractions in Chiang Mai made it simply possible for us to create various day-tour packages keeping ISSCT delegates and their accompanying persons upbeat with cooking classes, temple visits, delicious street food, and culture as well as unique communities deep into the mountains.
Beyond its boundaries! Chiang Mai, a Greater Mekong Sub-region sensation, is not only the leading tourism destination in Asia with a multitude of captivating places and welcoming hospitality, but also one of the perfect destinations for MICE industries around the world due to its vibrant business environment with quality infrastructures, more than 1,300 accommodations including many world-class chain hotels, and another international airport in Thailand serving more than 19 airlines, 5.3 million passengers, 43,000 flights and 18,000 tons of cargo each year.
That’s why we have already marked Chiang Mai as Thailand’s top city that could easily blossom the congress into effective and successful collaboration in many aspects. While celebrating the success of 29th ISSCT Congress this year, we are passionately moving on seeking for more quality congress destinations in Thailand for our valued clients worldwide!