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Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

History & Facts

Opened in 1988, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre managed and operated by the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Management Limited, is a member of NWS Holdings Limited (Stock code: 0659.HK). The addition of the HK$4.8 billion (US$620 million) Extension in 1997, which over doubled our size, has today created one of the world's most impressive, efficient and functional meeting and exhibition venues.

A massive aluminium roof captures the rhythm and delicacy of a seabird's wing. The world's tallest glass wall opens onto fantastic vistas of Hong Kong's famed harbour. A versatile, world-class venue offers gracious service and unbeatable facilities in the business heart of one of the world's greatest and most forward-looking cities.

Awards
  • Voted "Asia Pacific's Leading Conference Centre 2003" at the 10th World Travel Awards by over a million travel agents from around the world.
  • Voted "Best Exhibition Centre" for the second consecutive year by exhibition organisers in the annual exhibition venue survey 2002 conducted by CEI Asia Pacific. Hong Kong was voted the "Best Exhibition City" again in the same survey.
  • Voted "Best Overseas Centre, Meetings Category" for the ninth consecutive year in the 2002 Meetings and Incentive Travel Industry Award, by readers of the leading UK trade magazine Meetings & Incentive Travel.
  • Winner of the Productivity Award for Services 2001 organised by the Hong Kong Productivity Council.
  • Voted "Best Convention and Exhibition Centre" for the second consecutive year by Incentive & Meetings Asia in the IMA Asia Pacific MICE Awards 2000.
  • Voted "Best Convention and Exhibition Centre" by travel professionals world-wide in the 1998 Travel Awards, organised by Miller Freeman Pte Ltd.
  • Voted "one of the world's ten best international convention and exhibition centres" for the second consecutive year in Global Achievement Award 1999, by USA readers of Beyond Borders Magazine.
  • Voted "Best Convention/Exhibition Centre" in the 1998 M&C Gold Service Awards; voted "Best Convention Centre" in the 1999 M&C Gold Awards by Meetings & Conventions Asia/Pacific.
  • Winner of "The CIM Accolade Award 1997", voted by readers of the Australian trade magazine Convention & Incentive Marketing.
  • HKCEC website won a "Standard of Excellence WebAwards 1998" at the prestigious US Web Marketing Association WebAwards.
  • Voted amony the top three (3) of "10 Engineering Wonders in Hong Kong" in 2000, in a public election organised by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers in collaboration with the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and Hong Kong Science Museum.
  • Voted one of the ten best architectural structures in Hong Kong in 1999, in a competition jointly organised by the Radio Television Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Institute of Architects and the Hong Kong Economic Times.
  • In fiscal year 2003/04 (1 July 2003 - 30 June 2004), a total of 1,890 events were held at the HKCEC. As a part of business, there were 1,382 events utilizing major venues i.e. exhibition halls, convention halls, theatres, and large meeting rooms. These events included 95 major exhibitions (occupying 1,819 sqm or above), of which 67 were recurrent whereas 24 were new; 50 international conferences or conventions; 148 entertainment events including 61 film shows; 335 banquets; and 754 corporate events, press conferences, seminars, and others.

(Information provided by Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre)