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Auditorium: 3,000-seat Plenary Hall and 500-seat theater


 Voted“Best Congress & Con- vention Centre, Asia” at the Busi- ness Destinations 2011 Travel Awards


BORNEO


CONVENTION CENTRE KUCHING Meeting space: 30,000-square-foot


Great Hall (divisible into four sections)


Meeting rooms: 14


Amenities: Business center and the 120- person-capacity Raintree Restaurant


AMPLE ACCOLADES: Last year, the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre became the first


Malaysian convention facility to win the “Best Convention & Exhibition” award at the annual TTG Travel Awards. The award criteria were value, flexibility, and professionalism.


FOR MORE INFORMATION


• Malaysia Con- vention & Exhibi- tion Bureau; +60 (3) 2034 2090


• info@myceb .com.my


www.myceb .com.my


In Kuching, the capital of the


East Malaysian state of Sarawak, and the largest city on the island of Borneo, the Borneo Convention


Centre Kuching (BCCK) can accommodate conventions and events of up to 5,000 attendees. The 409,000-square-foot


CONVENTION BUREAU HIGHLIGHTS  Established in 2009,MyCEB serves as a one-stop shop for meeting planners looking to hold their meet- ings, incentives, conventions, and exhibitions in Malaysia.


 In 2010, MyCEB assisted 124 meet- ings and conventions, 16 exhibi- tions, and 49 corporate incentive groups. The bureau also supported


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center overlooks a historic rainforest, and a 400-room hotel is under construction nearby, with plans for a 200-room hotel in the works as well. The Sarawek Convention Bureau also provides a host of services for groups, whether they’re visiting for a convention or a corporate incentive trip. 


28 convention bids, representing 38,500 delegates with a total eco- nomic valueof $144 million.


 Last year,Malaysia jumped three spots, to No. 28, in theICCA country rankings. The number of meetings hosted in the country also jumped 24 percent, from 96 meetings in 2009 to 119 meetings in 2010.


 Malaysia is strategically located in the heart of Southeast Asia, with 55 percent of the world’s population— in China and India—in closeprox- imity. Visitors have direct access to Malaysia through morethan 50 airlines,which fly to the country from morethan 100 worldwide destinations.


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