Vietnam's new exhibition hotspots ready to face the world

The World Trade Center Binh Duong New City complex boasts new MICE facilities with direct transport access links to Ho Chi Minh City.

WTC EXPO in the World Trade Center Binh Duong New City complex can accommodate as many as 10,000 people.
WTC EXPO in the World Trade Center Binh Duong New City complex can accommodate as many as 10,000 people. Photo Credit: WTC Expo Binh Duong New City

The southeastern Vietnamese province of Binh Duong, part of the country's Southern Key Economic Zone, has introduced two new MICE venues, in keeping with its status as the country's new hub for foreign direct investment.

The 22,000sqm WTC EXPO, part of the World Trade Center Binh Duong New City complex in downtown Binh Duong New City, caters to large-scale trade shows, exhibitions, international conferences and events. 

Managed by WTC Binh Duong New City, the entire venue can accommodate a maximum of 10,000 people, with indoor halls and event spaces totalling 11,617 sqm, in addition to a 10,000 sqm outdoor exhibition area.

While the WTC EXPO facility was completed in March 2021, it was temporarily converted into a field hospital with a capacity for 1,500 beds at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam, before reopening as a tradeshow and exhibition facility in November 2021.

The World Trade Center Binh Duong New City complex is an integrated development incorporating the exhibition and convention facilities with commercial areas, an office building, a shopping mall, a multi-purpose stadium, and a central square. It also features its own metro station, with direct links to central Ho Chi Minh City.

There's also the Binh Duong Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC), which is located next to the Becamex Hotel Binh Duong New City. The BCEC features a multi-purpose grand ballroom, which can be reconfigured into four smaller meeting rooms; an auditorium and stage with capacity for 1,400 guests; as well as six meeting rooms with sizes ranging from 40 to 140 sqm.



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