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Asia’s Hotel Investment Events 2021

Category: Tourism, Posted:31 Jan 2021 | 10:39 am

As we move through 2021, the year’s hospitality event calendar is being set now. Of note is the rescheduled date for the Thailand Tourism Forum 2021 on 22nd March at the Conrad Hotel in Bangkok.

Also the mainstream HICAP Conference has been relocated from Hong Kong to Singapore in October. The move of the legacy event is a surprise to many in the industry.

For now, we can expect a new combination of virtual and in person events for the near future as everyone grapples with what will be the new norm for post Covid-19. But as we know, the pandemic continues to rage for the moment so expect the space to keep changing, which is not always a bad thing.

The Asian events calendar follows –

Thailand Tourism Forum (in person event)
22nd March 2021

HICAP Update (virtual event)
30th March 2021

SEAHIS Bangkok
30th September & 1st October 2021

AOCAP Singapore
19th & 20th October 2021

HICAP Singapore
20th, 21st and 22nd October 2021

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