HCM City nominated for Asia's Best MICE Destination in 2021

Ho Chi Minh City has become one of the eight candidates nominated for the title of "Asia's Best MICE Destination 2021" by World MICE Award.
HCM City nominated for Asia's Best MICE Destination in 2021 hinh anh 1The Notre Dame Cathedral in HCM City (Source: Internet)

HCM City (VNA) – Ho Chi Minh City has become one of the eight candidates nominated for the title of "Asia's Best MICE Destination 2021" by World MICE Award.

The World MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) Awards 2021 is a category of the prestigious World Travel Awards (WTA).

The other nominated destinations are Bangkok (Thailand), Beijing (China), Hong Kong (China), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Macau (China), Seoul (the Republic of Korea) and Singapore.

This is also the category that Ho Chi Minh City has excellently won in 2020.

HCM City nominated for Asia's Best MICE Destination in 2021 hinh anh 2A corner of HCM City (Photo: https://vneconomy.vn/)

The World MICE Awards were launched in 2020, aiming to promote the growth and innovation of MICE tourism on a global scale by honouring leading organisations and destinations with fairness and transparency in the rules and voting.

The voting will be conducted via website https://worldmiceawards.com from June 9 to September 14. The results will be announced on November 1, 2021.

In Vietnam, the MICE tourism form has been exploited by many companies in recent years, gaining positive initial results. Development of MICE market is one of the goals of Vietnamese tourism sector’s development strategy.

HCM City, with a favourable investment and business environment, has long been a choice for international conferences and meetings.  The destination is equipped with some admirable establishments for meeting and exhibition all season, which meets the standard of the international guests./.

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