DAD asks the Treasury Department to renovate the Chiang Mai Convention Center.

Bangkok, DAD asks the Treasury Department for 160 million baht to renovate the Chiang Mai International Convention Center, hoping to improve service levels. Supporting the growing tourism market Dr. Nalikotipak Sangsnit, Managing Director of Thanarak Asset Development Co., Ltd. (DAD Asset Development) or DAD Asset Development, revealed that the DAD Asset Development Board (Board) meeting acknowledged the project to improve the Chaloem Phrakiat International Convention and Exhibition Center. 7th Birthday Anniversary, Chiang Mai Province, valued at 160.5 million baht, presented to the Treasury Department Request budget allocation for 2025 from the Budget Office. For use in improving the International Convention and Exhibition Center. Chiang Mai Province Supports international events In order to be able to support international meetings, seminars, trade shows and exhibitions (Meetings, Incentives, Convention, Exhibitions or MICE), DAD has inspected the area and estimated renovation costs. After Mr. Settha Tha visin, Prime Minister, visited on January 11, 2024, operating from 2019 - 2023 and presenting an estimate of the cost of renovations and repairs. To upgrade the international convention and exhibition center Chiang Mai Province To have the potential to support organizing events effectively For the International Convention and Exhibition Center Chiang Mai Province DAD is assigned by the Treasury Department. To come into management since 2019, with operating results continuing to grow. In 2023, there was a total of 30.48 million baht in income sent to the Treasury Department, an increase of 34 percent from 2022, divided into income from 63 events. Total 29 million baht and income from office space rental 1,317,200 baht when the renovation is completed. It is believed that the income of the International Convention and Exhibition Center Chiang Mai Province will continue to grow and is an important part in driving the MICE industry and the development of tourist attractions in Chiang Mai Province. Source: Thai News Agency

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