Whether it’s a holiday luncheon for your best customers, a workshop for business owners at your accounting firm or a just a way to thank customers, hosting a business event is a great way to attract new customers, cement relationship with your companion and existing customers and build buzz about your business. But to make your business event a successful one, you must make it unique. Thinking how to make it unique? Host business events abroad and the best place for this is Bangkok. Business events in Thailand will deliver you the result you want. Let’s see why Bangkok serves the best place for business events.
Bangkok is a city that is full of architectural wonders, ancient and modern, on both sides of a flourishing river. It is full of rare contrasts. The saffron-robed monks wander along congested sidewalks where ladies of the night ply their trade. The smartly dressed businessperson towers over the short Thai street trader. If you plan properly you can conduct your business event in one or two days, and can see the best of Bangkok in three or four hectic days. But it is advised to visit Bangkok during November to March which is the coolest and driest months.
Things to See After Business Event
The National Museum – If you want to immerse yourself in Thai culture and history, there is no better place than The National Museum. There is probably too much to see and it is easy to spend an entire day browsing and learning. The collections of art and antiquities are phenomenal. As you wander there are things ancient, and very ancient and modern. There are weapons and musical instruments, jewels and royal regalia, furniture and architectural wonders. Fortunately there is an inexpensive café in the center of things where you can regain your strength. The museum is open from 9am to 4pm from Wednesday through Sunday. So, plan accordingly.
Temples – The two most popular tourist attractions in Bangkok are the temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Grand Palace. They are next to each other, and one ticket gets you into both places. The temple and the palace have something in common, they don’t have full-time residents. No monks live in this temple, which makes it unique in Thailand.
Along with these places, there are lots more to visit and enjoy. If you really want to have an amazing business event, seek help of TCEB (Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau). Join TCEB support scheme “Connect People” and make your conventions achieve higher attendance and memorable success.