Tourism Technology Asia 2016
20 - 21 July 2016
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

About Tourism Technology Asia and Pro AVL Asia

Tourism Technology Asia and Pro AVL Asia, is a regional 2-in-1 exhibition and conference showcasing the latest hardware and software for live events & entertainment, hospitality infrastructure, venue-owners, tourism infrastructure, and MICE.
With the tourism industry in Asia expected to have the strongest growth internationally for 2016, current and new tourism establishments need to improve their infrastructure and technologies to meet the expectations and demand of the tech-savvy, discerning consumer.
If you are in the following industries, this event is for you:


Creators of Attraction Experiences  

Theme parks, Museums, Other Leisure Attractions



GMs, CTOs, CEOs, Technology Directors, Tecnical Directors, Sales


Organisers of Live Events,
Sound and Light Professionals,
Systems Integrators



Architects and Interior Designers
for Tourism Infrastructure 



F&B, Clubs, Pubs, Bars, Entertainment



MICE & Meeting Planners



Venue Owners and Developers



Rental and Staging


What can you expect at Tourism Technology Asia and Pro AVL Asia:

  1. Thematic and Experiential Features on the exhibition floor showcasing the future of hospitality and live entertainment
  2. Conference on maximising and optimising hospitality event spaces to increase competitive advantage for your organisation
  3. Sound and light implications and considerations when planning for large-scale live events from renowned speakers with experience on events with more than 100 million viewers
  4. Exclusive behind-the-scenes site tours to top venues in Singapore
  5. Architecture seminars on smart technologies and pro installation considerations for hospitality infrastructure
  6. Hear from experts on technologies that can help to create a compelling themed entertainment experience
  7. Latest trends in corporate travel and what you, as a corporate travel and MICE planner, should look out for
  8. How to run MICE seminars in various countries – considerations and regulations