Interested clients can request quotes via the GICC’s website. Venues are set to open in early 2021.
China.- The Galaxy International Convention Center (GICC), which is set to open its doors in early 2021, has begun to take proposal requests via its official website.
The venue will be integrated with Galaxy Macau, offering 10,000 square metres of pillar-free space with capacity for up to 7,000 delegates, making it a major MICE tourism destination for the region.
It will offer additional private venues for conferences and gala banquets, the company said in a recently released video, plus the Galaxy Arena auditorium with 16,000 seats for entertainment events.
The Galaxy Macau’s expansion project includes around 4,000 hotel rooms and villas, family and premium high-end rooms, luxury retail stores and casinos.
It will connect with the Andaz Macau hotel, also set to open in 2021 through a collaboration between Hyatt Hotels Corp, Andaz and the Macau casino licensee.
Last November, Galaxy Entertainment Group selected Joey Pather as the group’s senior vice president of the MICE sector to lead the project.
The group’s operations had been halted due to Covid-19 related measures, but are gradually reassuming as of last week.