Singapore tops Cvent’s APAC meeting destination list

Singapore is Cvent's top meeting destination for 2023, and Singapore hotels feature prominently in the top 10 meeting hotels in APAC

Singapore has taken the top spot on Cvent’s list of Top 10 Meeting Destinations for Asia Pacific.

The other destinations that made the list, in running order, are Sydney, Bangkok, Seoul, Melbourne, Tokyo, Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Gold Coast, and Phuket.

Singapore (pictured) is Cvent’s top meeting destination for 2023, and Singapore hotels feature prominently in the top 10 meeting hotels in APAC

As pandemic restrictions eased and travel resumed, many destinations across Asia Pacific witnessed an influx of international visitors and regional tourism boards worked diligently to promote their cities and attract these travellers to their locales. With tourism to the region continuing to grow, pursuing strategic partnerships, unveiling of new tourist attractions, and embracing technology to reach a broader audience have been topping the agenda for tourism boards in the region.

The strong market revival in Asia Pacific also prompted hotels to launch new properties, invest in renovations and continue expanding their footprint to better accommodate travellers and groups.

When comparing this year’s rankings to 2019, newcomers to the Top 10 include Fairmont Singapore (#1), Conrad Centennial Singapore (#4), Swissôtel The Stamford Singapore (#5) and InterContinental Singapore (#6). Hotels that prioritise state-of-the-art meeting facilities are also prominently featured in the Top 10, demonstrating the enduring worth of such investments in attracting MICE business.

The Top 10 Meeting Hotels in Asia Pacific are, in running order, Fairmont Singapore, Hyatt Regency Sydney, Shangri-La Singapore, Conrad Centennial Singapore, Swissôtel The Stamford Singapore, InterContinental Singapore, Pan Pacific Singapore, Hilton Singapore Orchard, PARKROYAL COLLECTION, Singapore, and JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach/

These lists – which also include regional rankings for North America, Europe, and the Middle East & Africa – were compiled based on sourcing activity through the Cvent Supplier Network, one of the world’s largest venue-sourcing platforms.

This is the first time Cvent has published the annual lists since the pandemic upended the meetings and events industry in early 2020.

To view all Cvent Top Meeting Destinations and Cvent Top Meeting Hotels worldwide, click here.

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