Ideal for international exhibitions, large-scale trade events, industry conventions, and corporate and social functions, SMX Manila offers 4 exhibition halls, 5 function rooms and 15 meeting rooms, totaling 17,480 square meters of leasable space that can accommodate anything from an audience of 18,000 to an exclusive conference for 10.
Persons With Disability
The SMX Convention Center takes pride in being a PWD (Persons with Disability) - friendly building. During construction, SMX has been audited for compliance with Republic Act 7277 or the Magna Carta for Disabled Persons, whereby all public institutions and establishments must have special provisions for persons with disabilities. SMX has designated parking spaces, ramps, mechanical lifts, passenger elevators, and designated bathrooms with the correct height for the water closet, urinal and lavatory as per United Nations standards.
A milestone in the Philippine Green Architecture movement, SMX Manila was built with environmental awareness integrated in every aspect of its execution, from floor to ceiling, from lighting and air-conditioning to waste management. Designed by Arquitectonica, it serves as not only an extraordinary convention and exhibition venue, but also a prime example of sustainable development and caring for the environment.
All tourists are welcome for a 21-day stay in the Philippines with no formal visa; only lengthier stays necessitate visa application.
The majority of international flights arrive at and depart from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), which has three separate terminals, so it’s important to note which one your flight uses. Philippine Airlines flights use Terminal 2.
During the Spanish colonial period from the 1500s to 1800s, Intramuros was the seat of Philippine government. The historic walled city remains replete with sterling examples of the colonial lifestyle and Spanish architecture, including the Manila Cathedral, the region’s oldest church. Intramuros is best visited during the day; various tours are available at the Fort Santiago visitors’ center.
Just two hours south of Manila is the world’s smallest active volcano. Part of the ‘Pacific Ring of Fire’, it is the second most active volcano in the Philippines, with 33 historical eruptions. Taal’s unexplained shape and location -- on an island (Vulcan Point) within Crater Lake, which is on Volcano Island, within Taal Lake, which itself is on an island – makes it a unique geologic wonder, enthralling thousands of tourists and geologists yearly. It is not only well worth seeing, but an adventure to approach, since the peak is accessible by boat, horse, or hike. Overnight and day tour packages are available onsite.
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The Philippines has a tropical climate, with heavy rainfall from June to August, cooler temperatures from late November to early February, and very sunny summers from March to May. Regardless of the season, it tends to be humid all year round, so lightweight clothes and especially cotton are recommended.
GMT +8, or Hong Kong time
Local currency is the Philippine Peso. Money changers abound, especially in shopping malls or commercial buildings in the business districts. Credit cards, particularly VISA and Mastercard, are widely accepted.
I.C.E. Hanoi (Cung Văn hóa Hữu nghị Việt Xô)
91 Tran Hung Dao Steet, Hanoi, Vietnam
Located in the heart of downtown Hanoi, the center of easy-to-access transportation links, I.C.E. Hanoi is built with heavy machinery exhibitions in mind. Its facilities and services will make your exhibiting or visiting experience very productive and convenient.
How to get there
HO CHI MINH - 2019
S.E.C.C.-(Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center )
799 Nguyen Van Linh Parkway, District 7 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
SECC locates in the heart of Phu My Hung New City, is
the largest and the most modern Exhibition & Convention Center and only 15
minutes from the centre of Ho Chi Minh City, 30 minutes from Tan Son Nhat
SECC has convention facilities, underground parking facilities and 2 high grade
international hotels nearby.
How to get to SECC:
Bus services to SECC: bus route number 34 and 102. Stop near the front of the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center.
Main access routes to SECC
Nguyen Tat Thanh Road - Nguyen Van Linh Parkway
Khanh Hoi - Nguyen Van Linh Parkway
Highway One - Nguyen Van Linh Parkway
SECC is accessible via one of two major bridge
- Tan Muan and Kenh Te
Kuala Lumpur City Centre,
50088 Kuala Lumpur,
Tel: +603 2333 2603
Set in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KL Convex) is a self-contained city within a city where it is surrounded by luxurious hotels, office skyscrapers, shopping malls and many other attractions. A place well known for holding industry-standard events all year through, KL Convex is equipped with some of the most advanced technologies available. Public transport is easily accessible especially with the light rail transit system (LRT) which stops right at the door step of Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)
There are several ways to get to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
Maps to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Take the Light Rail Transit (LRT), Putra Line to KLCC station. Turn left after exiting the turnstiles and walk through the Suria KLCC shopping centre Concourse Level to the Centre Court. Turn left and make your way past Cold Storage to the Guardian Pharmacy where there is a walkway through to the Convention Centre. Take the elevator to the Ground Floor where you will be directed to the Registration area.
From the Suria KLCC shopping centre Ground Floor centre court take the park exit into the KLCC Park and turn right. Follow the Esplanade along towards the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and then follow the path around the edge of the park towards the centre of the building and enter via the Park Entrance.
If you are in a taxi or a chauffeured car, approach the Centre along Jalan Pinang and turn left into the main entrance (second turn after the Mandarin Oriental Hotel) for dropping off. If you are driving, here are your parking options:
· Take the first left after the Mandarin Oriental Hotel from Jalan Pinang up the ramp to the access to the car parking below the Centre.
· Park in KLCC Suria Car Park and exit to the Concourse level Centre Court. Make your way past Cold Storage to the Guardian Pharmacy where there is a walkway (open from June 12, 2005) through to the Convention Centre. Take the elevator to the Ground Floor where you will be directed to the Registration area.