We are Asia’s Premium Events Solutions Partner, providing curated PCO and Destination Management Services to Corporate Clients for Incentive Trips, Regional Conferences, Awards Shows and Branded Events across Asia, for both offline and virtual/hybrid events.
Our hand-picked and well-travelled team works around Asia with Singapore as our headquarter. With attention to detail and an intimate understanding of the host culture, we create experiential, inspirational and seamless travel & event services for each client, large or small.
Our Managing Director, Kristina Forssell, originating from Sweden, has lived, worked and traveled extensively in different parts of Asia for the past 30 years. Other than benefitting from an extensive network of resources in Asia, she understands the expectations of clients from both inside and outside of Asia.
Meetings & Conference, Incentive Trips, Branded Events & Shows, Virtual & Hybrid Events
Thailand is known for tropical beaches, lush green forests, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples. It seamlessly combines ancient tradition with modern life. Bangkok belies its modern high-rise cityscape with hidden quiet canal-side communities in the midst of the city with beautiful small temples.
From the islands in the south like Phuket, Ko Samui and Ko Phangan, nature reserves like Kao Sok and Khao Yai, to Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai in the northern highlands with their unique history and indigenous culture, Thailand has five UNESCO Heritage sites and a staggering 205 national parks and sanctuaries.
Thais have a unique appreciation of beauty and aesthetics that infuses everything from gorgeous temples, humble traditional houses to performance arts and handicrafts. Each region has their individual style, from puppet shows and dances to green celadon pottery and vibrant silks.
Tuk Tuks and river buses and boats are a great and interesting way to get around parts of Bangkok. Various river taxis operate up and down the river, and provide access to attractions like Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn) and the Grand Palace.
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