Pullman Luang Prabang elevates MICE sector in nort

first_imgPullman Luang Prabang elevates MICE sector in northern Laoswith largest international meeting space and socially-responsible experiences.Since it opened its doors in July 2018, Pullman LuangPrabang has successfully elevated the region’s MICE sector by blending outdoorexperiences and socially-responsible activities with world-class meeting spaces– including the biggest ballroom in Luang Prabang.Nestled in 16 hectares of beautiful countryside, surroundedby lush paddy fields, rivers and mountains, Pullman Luang Prabang is an idyllicfive-star resort. Event organisers can choose from the 368 square metre NamKhong Ballroom and 116 square metre Nam Khan function room, both of which canbe divided into smaller spaces, and Le Salon, the intimate boardroom. This trioof flexible venues creates options for events of all sizes, from three to threehundred delegates.MCEC remains Australia’s leading sustainable eventsdestination              Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) continuesto build on its sustainability credentials with a range of initiativesdelivering great outcomes for the venue.MCEC’s Chief Operating Officer, Leighton Wood said the venuestrives to be leaders in sustainable business practice, over the years leadingthe way with many sustainable initiatives.As considerations such as waste minimisation areincreasingly important to customers and event attendees, Mr Wood added “we haveremoved single use plastics from our retail outlets, eliminated bottled waterin catering and are introducing fully biodegradable coffee cups and lids.”In addition to this is MCEC’s partnership with OzHarvestwhich saw the redistribution of 38,660 meals (12,886 kilograms of food) throughtheir food rescue donation program in 2018.Packed schedule of events for the NTTerritory Day fireworks. Photo Credit: Peter EveLooking for an excuse to visit the Northern Territory thisyear? From the Top End down to the Red Centre, the Territory is home to a richprogram of events and festivals. Take in the lights at Parrtjima – A Festival in Light,celebrating the oldest continuous living culture on Earth, or feast ondelicious traditional food at A Taste of Kakadu. If you’re a music fan, be sureto check out BLACKEN Festival in Alice Springs, and head to Darwin forBASSINTHEGRASS to see some of the biggest names in Australian music. Experience the Territory’s quirky side at the Alice SpringsBeanie Festival or get your heart rate pumping as part of the AustralianOutback Marathon. From cultural experiences to historical events, there’ssomething for everyone to enjoy. A full list of events can be found at www.northernterritory.com New event spaces for Cairns & Great Barrier ReefA rooftop bar overlooking the Coral Sea and a pontoon on theouter reef are among the new event spaces in the Cairns & Great BarrierReef region.Tourism Tropical North Queensland (TTNQ) General ManagerRosie Douglas said millions of dollars of investment was underway in tourismand events infrastructure in Cairns.For more information go to www.businesseventscairns.org.au CairnsMCECMICENorthern TerritoryPullman Luang Prabanglast_img

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