Hospitality Asia Event Series is most influential conference brand which attracts industry contributors in Tourism and Hospitality Communities in Asia. 


6th Hospitality Indonesia Conference (HIC 2023)

Le Meridien JakartaFebruary 8, 2023


6th Hospitality Vietnam Conference (HVC 2023) 

Caravelle SaigonApril 26-27, 2023


4th Hotel NextGen China(HNG 2023)

ShanghaiJune, 2023


3rd Hospitality Malaysia Conference(HMC 2023)

Sheraton Imperial Kuala LumpurJuly 12, 2023


6th Hospitality Philippines Conference (HPC 2023)

Marriott ManilaSeptember 6, 2023


2nd Hospitality Thailand Conference (HTC 2023)

Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn BangkokOctober 18, 2023


2nd Hospitality Japan Conference (HJC 2023)

TokyoNovember, 2023


4th Hospitality Asia Forum(HAF 2023)

SingaporeNovember, 2023

Just like other countries in the world, Malaysia's travel industry has been navigating through COVID. To re-invigorate the tourism industry, the Government has outlined several strategies in the Twelfth Malaysia Plan (12MP).The Government has also launched a ten-year transformation plan for the tourism industry, called the National Tourism Policy (NTP) 2020 – 2030. The NTP was formulated to position Malaysia as among the top ten tourist destinations in both arrivals and receipts. One of the key strategies to remain competitive far into the future is to embrace Smart Tourism. Among efforts to restore travel into Malaysia is the establishment of a vaccinated travel lane (VTL). According to CBRE Asia Pacific’s latest Kuala Lumpur Hotel Market Outlook & Prospects 2022 report, more than 3,000 new hotel rooms and hotel suites are slated to open in Kuala Lumpur this year. Also, between 2023 and 2025, 1,260 new hotel rooms will be available. The Hotel Development and Design Summit will discuss over the development desinations, investment landscape, brand DNA, sustainable design, contructions risks and hotel technologies throughout the fundamental process before hotel operations.

July 12:Hotel Investment and Development Summit

July 12:Hotel Revenue Summit

With the rosy prospects, there are a good number of challenges faced with hotel operations and revenue generation including slow return of foreign tourists, manpower shortage, high wages, high operating cost, overheads, supply chain issues. The Hotel Revenue Summit will address the key issues and practical plans to tackle these obstacles in order for hotel operators to capture a revenue rebound for 2023 and onwards.

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HMC 2023 Draft Agenda


(As of June 8, 2023)

WANTED SPEAKERS! We are at the moment organizing the programs and seeking for seasoned speakers from the local community to moderate/speak in panel discussions.
If you are interested in speaking, please send below to moc.aisa-ytilatipsoh%40gnow.airolg:
1. Share helpful links of your past speaking engagements. This may include a feature via online media, tv coverage, event videos of your panel, YouTube upload of keynote presentation and the likes;2. Are there any challenges, disruption that the hotel industry is currently facing?3. Proposed topic. Please include corresponding 3-5 discussion points.4. Narrative bio

  • 08:00 - 08:55Registration and Match & Meet

  • 08:55 - 09:00Welcome Remarks from the Organizer
    Speaker:● Gloria Wong, Executive Director

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    Data Talks

  • 09:20 - 09:20Opening Speech by Ministry of Tourism

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    Property Owners' Track

  • 09:20 - 09:50(PANEL) Malaysia's Rising Investment Opportunities: Navigating Inflation and Mastering Smart Investment during crisis
    Moderator:● Mimi Renati Zainol, Head of Resorts at MK Land Holdings Berhad
    Panelists:● Joanne Kua, Managing Director at KSK Land Chris Chen, Chief Operating Officer at Mah Sing Group Berhad ● Rio Kondo, Vice President Development, Indonesia & Malaysia at Accor

  • 09:50-10:30(PANEL/KEYNOTE) Navigating the Changing Landscape of Hotel Investments in Malaysia: Key Drivers and Strategies for Success
    Moderator:● Amy Wong, Executive Director at Knight Frank

  • 10:30 - 11:10Morning Tea Break + 1-1 Business Matching

  • 11:10 - 11:40(PANEL) Unlocking Hidden Value: The Art of Conversions
    Panel Discussion:Commercial property conversion is a key strategy for unlocking the hidden potential of underutilized properties in Malaysia's hospitality landscape. This approach involves converting commercial properties into profitable ventures that cater to the changing needs and preferences of modern consumers. However, it is essential to strike a fair balance between property owners, developers, and investors to ensure the success of these ventures. This article explores the intricacies of commercial property conversion in Malaysia's hospitality landscape, offering insights into the key factors that contribute to success. By providing practical advice on how to navigate the complex world of commercial property conversion while ensuring fairness for all stakeholders, this article will be invaluable for anyone looking to unlock the full potential of their commercial properties in Malaysia's dynamic hospitality market
    Moderator:● Previndran Singhe, Managing Director and CEO at Zerin Properties
    Panelists:● Zhe Wen Law, Director, Business Development & Asset Management ID & MY at The Ascott Limited● Bryan Chan, Senior Director, Development, Southeast Asia & Korea at InterContinental Hotels Group● Matt Holmes, Vice President Development, South East Asia & Pacific Rim at Wyndham Hotels and Resorts● Steve Tjen, Director of Development at Radisson Hotel Group

  • 11:40 - 12:10(PANEL/KEYNOTE) Wellness Real Estate: A Lucrative Asset Class for Savvy Property Buyers and Investors in Malaysia's Thriving Market
    Moderator:● Reginald Pereira, President & CEO at Aariana Hospitality International
    Panelists:● Trent Munday, Senior Vice President at Mandara Spa (Hotel & Resort Spa Management Company)

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    Brand DNA Track

  • 12:10 - 12:50(PANEL) The Future and Challenges of White Label Hotel Management and Softbranding
    Panel Discussion:In this discussion, we explore the future and challenges of white label hotel management and soft branding. These innovative approaches are disrupting the hospitality industry, offering new opportunities. We examine the dynamic nature of this landscape, considering how hotels and brands adapt to changing consumer demands. We address the competitive nature of white label hotel management and soft branding, highlighting the advantages and challenges they present. Additionally, we emphasize collaboration, sustainability, and the role of technology in enabling seamless operations. Join us as we uncover the transformative potential of white label hotel management and soft branding for the industry.
    Moderator:● Norbert Vas, COO at Archipelago Indochina
    Panelists:● David Roberts, Assistant Vice President at Dusit International

  • 12:50 - 14:00Lunch Break + 1-1 Business Matching

  • 14:00-14:30(PANEL) Local Brand Differentiation Strategies: How to Stand Out in the Market
    Moderator:● Munish Goindarasay, Owner at Affinity Zest Hospitality Management
    Panelists:● Kingston Khoo, Group Head of Marketing and E-commerce at Tradewinds Corporation & President at Eco-STEPS Malaysia  

  • 14:30 - 15:00(PANEL) Mastering the Art of Branding: How to Establish a Strong Footprint in a Diverse Hotel Market

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    Design Track

  • 15:00 - 15:20Reserved for Commercial Partner

  • 15:20 - 16:00(PANEL) Flexible Living - What, Why & How?
    Panel Discussion:Flexible living offers residents more freedom and flexibility by renting fully-furnished units on a short-term basis, with different models including co-living spaces and rental of full apartment units. The discussion will cover the concept of flexible living, its different models, and how it differs from traditional serviced apartments.
    Moderator:● Shi’Ai Liang, Vice President, Head of Development at Blueground

  • 16:00 - 16:40Afternoon Tea Break + 1-1 Business Matching

  • 16:40 - 17:10(PANEL) Embracing Sustainable Luxury: Incorporating Nature into the Future of High-End Designs in Malaysia's Hospitality Industry
    Moderator:● Kirk Ellis, Director of Hospitality at Gensler
    Panelists:● Dorian Landers, Executive Director at Hostasia Hospitality● Diyana Mohd Amin, Head of Sustainability & ESG at Iskandar Investment Berhad

  • 17:10 - 17:40(PANEL) Greening the Malaysian Hospitality Industry: Opportunities and Challenges in ESG Investing and Sustainable Operations

  • 17:40 - 18:10(KEYNOTE) Ecotourism and the Sustainable Development of Resorts and Hotels in Malaysia: Challenges and Potentialities

  • 16:10 - 18:40Lucky Draws + Group Photo

  • 08:00 - 08:55
    Registration and Match & Meet

  • 08:55 - 09:00Welcome Remarks from the Organizer
    Speaker:● Gloria Wong, Executive Director

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    Data Talks

  • 09:00 - 09:20(KEYNOTE) Hotel Profit Levels in Malaysia vs Neighbour Countries
    Speaker:● Bousserind Comson, Business Development Manager at HotStats

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    Hotel Technology Track

  • 09:20 - 9:40(PANEL) Safeguarding Hotel Data and Capitalizing on the Technological Boom: Cybersecurity in the Hospitality Industry
    Discussion:The hospitality industry often comes out on top among the sectors most susceptible to cyber security risks. Hotels, despite being brick-and-mortar businesses designed for the tangible enjoyment of their amenities, have become a data goldmine for hackers. The challenges are increasing with the extensive use of technology in day-to-day operations, such as self-check-in and on-site payments in light of the lack in manpower. This session will look into concrete steps that brands are taking to secure their data and counteract cyberattacks.
    Moderator:● Ming Chew Chang, Executive Director at Tricor Axcelasia

    Panelists:● Ts. Dr. Suresh Ramasamy, Chief Research Officer & Chief Information Security Officer at Center for Advanced Computing and Telecommunications (CACT)

  • 09:40 - 10:00(PANEL) The Essential Role of AI in Hotel Development
    Moderator:● Ken Tay, Chief Business Development Officer at HostPlatform● Ts. Dr. Muhammad Imran Sarwar, Chief Executive Officer at Datalytica Sdn Bhd

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    Revenue Rebound Track

  • 10:00 - 10:40(PANEL) PMS in Focus: Why it is a Multidimensional Approach for Hotel Managers?
    Panel Discussion:Over the years, PMS is proven to be an indispensable solution to optimize hotel operators' daily tasks, from managing distributions and revenues, streamlining operations, collecting and dissecting data, engaging customers, and many more. In this session, revenue managers and vendors suppliers will join to discuss the future of PMS and how PMS will help power hotel revenues and enable your business to meet demanding guests.
    Moderator:● Vishal Raj, Co-Founder at Malik Streams Hospitality Sdn Bhd
    Panelists:● Hariish Veera, Director of Revenue Management at Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara● Muhamad Amsyar, Director of Revenue at InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

  • 10:40 - 11:20Morning Tea Break + 1-1 Business Matching

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    Operations Optimization Track

  • 11:20 - 12:00(PANEL) Keys to Power through the Hotel Challenges
    Panel Discussion:Experienced General Managers from both chain and boutique hotels will share their insights and experiences in overcoming operational challenges that are commonly faced in the hospitality industry. These challenges include employment turnover, high operating costs, supply chain issues, and the constantly evolving needs and expectations of customers. The session will focus on discussing notable changes and successful strategies that have been implemented to optimize operations and achieve success in recent times.
    Moderator:● Ricky Ang, Founder & Director at Sepia Hotels & Resorts
    Panelists:● Mondi Mecja, Country General Manager at Ascott International Management, Malaysia● Jean-Pierre Muller, Director of Operations at Else Retreats●  Yogendran Devarajan, General Manager at Elysium Resorts Sdn Bhd

  • 12:00 - 12:40(PANEL) Uncovering the Hospitality Industry's Labor Shortage to Fuel Growth
    Panel Discussion:The hospitality industry is facing a serious shortage of skilled labor, which is impeding its growth potential. In this session, industry experts will discuss the impact of the shortage and strategies that how to create a dynamic workface to over come the HR challanges.
    Moderator:● Dennis Tan, Managing Director at The Everly Group
    Panelists:● Vivek Viven, Head of Human Resources, Group - Hotel Division at SKS Group● Anita Selvaraju, Director of Human Resources at Ascott Kuala Lumpur● Sophia Goh, Cluster Director of Human Resources at Miri Marriott & Mulu Marriott

  • 12:40 - 14:00 Lunch Break + 1-1 Business Meeting

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    Guest Experience Track

  • 14:00 - 14:40(PANEL) Enhancing Guest Experience: Managing the Digital Journey from Pre-Arrival to Post-Stay
    Panel Discussion:A prospective guest searching a hotel will first look at ratings and reviews from previous visitors before browsing websites for pricing and offers. Now that seamless check-in, self-service options, and contactless interaction are regarded as fundamental to all in-stay experiences, digital communication is essential for hotels to better learn and satisfy their guests. The hospitality industry has consistently topped others in crafting personalized guest experiences as a key success indicator. In this session, seasoned hoteliers will discuss how to effectively manage the digital voyage of visitors while maintaining effective communication with them from pre- to post-stay.
    Moderator:● Lip Seng Yap, CEO at Riyaz Hotels & Resorts
    Panelists:● Peiman Jalali, CEO at Hilan Hotel

  • 14:40 - 15:20(PANEL) Luxury Lifestyle: The New Hotel Trends
    Panel Discussion:What comes to your mind when you think of "luxury hotels"? A magnificent lobby, a balcony with skyline views, rooms that come with private plunge pools, and phenomenal bathrooms or else. When it comes to luxury travel, guests are still looking for rich fabrics, and astounding designs. Meanwhile, new generations are craving enriched experiences, a unique and personalized touch, healthy foods, a sensual indulgence, and many more. In this session, designers, operators, and consultants will discuss what is truly luxury and how to provide a luxurious experience from design to operations.
    Panelists:● Sophon O-In, Director of Spa & Wellness at Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

  • 15:20 - 16:00Afternoon Tea Break + 1-1 Business Matching

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    Marketing Innovation Track

  • 16:00 - 16:40(PANEL) Refining Your Hotel's Narrative to Differentiate and Gain a Competitive Edge
    Panel Discussion:A well-executed narrative enables guests to immediately immerse themselves in a hotel's distinctive experience. However, despite brands' best efforts to stay active through blogs, social media posts, and influencer initiatives, the outcome is usually fragmented content that cannot link to their websites or customer booking journey. How can hotels transform their stories into a valuable asset-class from the phase of research to reservation?

  • 16:40 - 17:20(PANEL) The Distribution Mix: Dissecting Trends and Challenges in Omni-channel Distribution
    Panel Discussion:Hotels should adopt multi-channel distribution approaches like flash sales, subscription models and loyalty programs, OTAs, GDS, metasearch, wholesalers, influencer marketing and its associated social media campaigns, and many more. In this session, tech disruptors and hotel distribution heads will address the distribution challenges currently faced by the local operators and forecast the best practice to drive future growth.
    Panelists:● Bharath Satyavolu, Vice President Revenue at ONYX Hospitality

  • 17:20 - 17:40Lucky Draws + Group Photo

Signature Projects

  • 2022 Project List

    ● Mercure Living PutrajayaOperator: Accor | Developer: Ulster Waves Sdn Bhd
    ● Radisson Red Kuala LumpurOperator: Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group | Developer: Protasco Berhad
    ● Kota Kinabalu ResortOperator: Club Med | Developer: Golden Sands Beach Resort City (GSBRC)
     Fairmont Kuala LumpurOperator: Fairmont Hotels and Resorts | Developer: KLCC Property Holdings
    > Amari Spice Penang
    > Amari Kuala Lumpur Eco City
    Operator: ONYX Hospitality Group | Developer: SP Setia Berhad

  • 2023 Project List

    ● SO Sofitel Kuala LumpurOperator: Accor | Developer: Oxley Holdings
    ● Nautilus ResortOperator: Curio Collection by HiltonDeveloper: Inspirasi Langkawi Sdn. Bh
    ● Crowne Plaza Kota KinabaluOperator: IHG | Developer: Ho Hup Construction Company Berha
     Hote Indigo Kula LumpurOperator: IHG | Developer: Techvance Properties Management
    ● Wanda Realm Resort LangkawiOperator: Wanda Hotels & Resorts | Developer: Cenang Resort

  • 2024 Project List

    ● Hyatt Regency Kuala LumpurOperator: Hyatt Hotels | Developer: KL Midtown Sdn. Bhd.
    ● Kimpton Kuala Lumpur @ The ExchangeOperator: IHG | Developer: LQ Retail Sdn Bhd
    ● Jumeirah Kula LumpurOperator: Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts | Developer: Oxley Holdings - Developer
     Lexis Hibiscus 2Operator: Lexis Hotel Group | Developer: Kuala Lumpur Metro Group

  • 2025 Project List

    ● Edition Kuala LumpurOperator: Marriott | Developer: YTL Hotels

Who should exhibit/ sponsor

● Building Designs● Building Materials● Building Management system● Energy Efficiency Solutions● Lighting and illumination● Smart Building Control● Elevator/Escalator● Carpet● Walling Solutions● Kitchen & Facilities● Hotel Furniture● Bedding and Mattress● Hotel Display Solutions● Hotel TV

● ICT infrastructure● Connected Hotel Solutions● Bathroom and Fittings● Water Treatment● Waste Management● Security, CCTV, Access Control● HVAC Solutions● Air Purification and Air Aroma● Public Seating● Wine Cellar● Audio and Video Systems● Smart Car Parking● Hotel Testing & Certification● Cleaning Solutions

● Operational Management Systems● IoT Solutions & Building Automation● Cloud Base Solutions● Mobile Applications & Website● Wifi & Band Width Distribution● Virtual Technology Management● CRM / PMS / Hotel Management Solutions● Data Analytics & Data Warehousing● Block Chain Technology● Artificial Intelligence

● Voice Technology Solutions● RFID / EPPOS Solutions● Robots, Chatbots Technology● NFC Technology & Sensors Solutions● In-Room Connectivity & Entertainment● Safety & Security Systems● Housekeeping Management● IT & Engineering Facility Management● Administrative Technology And Solutions

● E-Marketing & E-Commerce● Online Booking & Branding Tools.● Digital Marketing Solutions & SEO● Reservation Management & GDS● Central Reservation Systems● OTA● Social Media Distribution● Revenue Management Software

● CloudBased Revenue Driven Solutions● RM and pricing● Data and Analytics● Direct Booking● Mobile Hospitality● Upsell Training● Social Media Reputation Management● Voice, Video, AR Marketing

● Hotel Operations Services● Project Consulting● Market Survey● Hygiene Solutions● Professional Training Services*Including but not limited to listed above

Join as Delegate


    C-suite, VP, Director from Owner, Developer, Investor

    Government, Industry Association, Industry Media

    Owner, GM, Director from Independent & Boutique Hotel

290 USD/Person

    Corporate C-suite, GM, VP, Director from Malaysia-based Hotel Chain

    5 star or 4 star Hotel (Note: Complimentary Pass for GM)

590 USD/Person

    Non Malaysia-based Hotel Chain

    OTA, Analyst, Consultant, Designer, Architect, Lawyer, EPC

    Vendor, Supplier, System Integrator, Technology Disruptor



    C-suite, VP, Director from Owner, Developer, Investor

    Government, Industry Association, Industry Media

    Owner, GM, Director from Independent & Boutique Hotel

    Corporate C-suite, GM, VP, Director from Malaysia-based Hotel Chain

290 USD/Person

    5 star or 4 star Hotel (Note: Complimentary Pass for GM)

590 USD/Person

    Non Malaysia-based Hotel Chain

    OTA, Analyst, Consultant, Designer, Architect, Lawyer, EPC

    Vendor, Supplier, System Integrator, Technology Disruptor



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5 star lunch and refreshment


Free access to “Match & Meet” and enjoy all the benefits of the virtual attendee


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Onsite Activities

Match & MeetHow does it work?


Online register yourself as Delegate


2 weeks prior to the event, you will receive a unique link to enter into the online system


You can find all registered delegates and pre-set the meetings. You will be notified of the time and place of the meeting

  • Note:

    You will receive a detailed instruction to assist you how to utilize Match & Meet

  • What is Match & Meet?

    It is web operating system. All registered delegates can find the information of the other attendees for them to pre-arrange the onsite meetings.

  • Who can sign up?

    Delegates who have 100% CONFIRMED their attendances are qualified to register

Words on the Street

“This is a breakthrough event during the pandemic, giving me and my company great insights on current and future trends also forecasting in hospitality Industry. Would be great if could invite the panelist from wholeseller, OTA and also airline. So we could have better picture in future trends.”

Dijiwa Sanctuaries (Indonesia)

“Great conference with lots of great content. Looking forward to next year.”

QCC Collection Group (Australia)

“Very well organized event and great help from Hospitality Asia at every moment. Diversified speakers and great to listen and share insights.”

Marriott International (Thailand)

“Overall experience and contents are well planned. Only the first day connectivity was a bit unstable. Well done and congratulations!”

Accor (Malaysia)

“Well organised event with a strong plethora of topics discussed and attendees. Keep it up! And hope that the physical conference will be even better.”

Far East Hospitality (Singapore)

“For our company which is expanding into hotel and resort operation, the conference gave us valuable insights as how we could steer our hospitality operations and encouraged us to be bullish in such expansion in our operations.”

Capella Hotel Group (Singapore)

“This event was well worth of my time, I picked up a lot of stuff, the event focused on different aspects of hospitality industry as a business, there was a lot of information and knowledge to gain, thank you for having me!”

HBA (Philippines)

“The conference is one day of good interactions, great discussions; lots of owners, consultant, operators and good topic were discussed. I think it is very engaging. And it is definitely worth coming here and looking forward to being back next year.”

HVS Asia Pacific (Hong Kong)

“This was a timely and interesting
virtual event.”

Absolute Hotel Service Group (Thailand)

“I think today is very interesting, a very good event. We got to do very good networking, and the topics are interesting. Hopefully the next event will be longer!”

Empire Group (Vietnam)

For our company which is expanding into hotel and resort operation, the conference gave us valuable insights as how we could steer our hospitality operations and encouraged us to be bullish.

Anchor Land Holdings

The event is a great success and we are happy to see so many investors and hotel companies and technology companies that be here in Malaysia to talk about the investment opportunities and future of hospitality and tourism busienss in Malaysia. A great platform to connect with the hotel industry.

Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia

I think Hospitality Asia did a fantastic job on this 2nd year round. I think it is well organized we have all been briefed upfront and I think the topics are very extremely relevant to the industry today.

Cornestone Partners

Very exciting content today. Not only are we talking about Malaysia but we are talking about the whole region. I’d like to thank the organizers and hopefully next year we’ll see all of you back .

Oracle Hospitality

Hospitality Asia has been doing absolutely fantastic job , this is whatever event organizer should be doing, and they are really making sure that the growth of our industry is well promoted.

Dusit Hotels & Resorts

Good reunion. Atmosphere is good as there seems to be more unconventional yet personalised forum which I feel refreshing. Organizer put a lot of efforts in gathering top quality speakers and panels

Mandiri Land

Everything was on right track, Hospitality Asia arranged a lot of things perfectly, it was useful that we presented our products to our hotel end users and partners.

LG business Solutions

Thank you so much for taking time to share their precious experience. Secretary's preparation and caring of the conference day was perfect! Good job!

JR Hokkaido Hotels

It was very insightful to have full scope of knowledge from developers, from the operators, architects, designers to understand more about the Vietamese Market, and Cambodian market respectively.


The Philippines Hospitality Conference has succeeded once again in bringing together key decision makers, players, the movers and visionaries in the hotel and resort industry in the Philippines.

PDP Architects

It is a place that you should go if you want to know everything about hotel biz. You will see the key decision makers, the operators and people who are going to be at the forefront of the industry.

Swiss Belhotel Intl

I really like the crowd, the audience. There was so much dynamic. We also met with a couple of really good owners, developers that we have not seen in the past. We enjoyed the event and see you again.

Tajara Leisure Hospitality

by far it has been one of the best experiences. It is a great platform. It provided us a great opportunity to connect with potential market players, we look forward to doing this again in the future.


We are excited to see so many hotel professionals and investors from home and abroad here gathers at Manila Marriott Hotel to discuss the cooperations and industry growth of Philippines tourism and hotel sector, the event is a great experiences for us and we are excited to see the growth potential and the level of interest that everybody is showing to the Philippines market.

Department of Tourism Philippines

All of the people were professional in their industry, and really friendly. The networking was really useful for future business also.

Resorttrust Inc

We really had some interesting topics covering from investment into deep dives of data and also types of investment and operation challenges of the hotel.

Zerin Properties

It’s my first time at a conference and I find it very informative. All you need to know about hotel operations. Know operators down to suppliers and everything so it’s absolutely useful.

KAJ Development

Beautiful venue and exceptional food! I wish in the future there were more slots dedicated to marketing,branding and communications, which are key in Japan.

OYO Hotels & Homes

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    ● Email marketing● Social media

Content Marketing

  • Mainstream Media And Industry Related Media Partners

    ● Pre-event press release ● Onsite coverage ● Post-event press release● Email marketing● Social media● Conference event banner on website

  • 3rd Party Websites

    ● Press releases ● Bulletin posting● Email marketing● Social media

Telemarketing & EDM

Contact Info

Hospitality Asia Series events is owned, created and managed by Linfay Media Limited. We have offices and representatives in Singapore, Hong Kong, Chengdu, Manila, Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City and we work conjunctionally as one team to engage with our clients. You may reach us from here:

    Gloria WongExecutive Directormoc.aisa-ytilatipsoh%40gnow.airolg

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