DESTINATION CHINA

Incentive Travel, Corporate Meetings, Association Meetings, Event Management, Conferences, Product Launches, Special Interest Tours
Destination China is China?s first privately held Destination Management Company and the only one with combined Chinese and Western management and expertise. Our mission is to create and operate imaginative incentive programs, meetings and events within China, for the world?s most demanding corporate end users. We look forward to helping you and your clients discover why China has fascinated world travellers for over 5,000 years. With its vibrant economy and a swiftly developing tourism infrastructure, China is fast becoming one of the travel industry?s most requested destinations, offering a virtually endless mix of exciting historical, cultural and entertainment attractions? all in five-star comfort. We at Destination China have combined our substantial international know-how and experience with a well-established tourism presence in China to offer top quality service and one-stop shopping for all land requirements. At all times we strive to provide unmatched creativity in conception and planning, reliability in execution and flawless performance in every detail.

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News from Destination China...

October 2011


Surprise Surprise!!!

On a beautiful spring night in Beijing, 400 guests were transported to a SURPRISE venue?

And what greater surprise than the Great Wall of China. The Wall at Juyonguan Pass snakes along the mountain ridge and through the valley, ?surrounding? the dinner venue. So whichever direction the guests looked, they looked up at the Great Wall of China. As the sun set the entire wall was lit up and the guests were surrounded by this magnificent wonder of the ancient world shining against the night sky. The question was, how to top this experience for the awards dinner? which was also to be held at a mystery venue.

On another spectacular night, Destination China organized a spectacular awards dinner in the Golden Hall at the Great Hall of the People, a venue usually reserved for events of state. This evening was all black, red and gold as each participant had been given a tailormade Chinese silk jacket. The entertainment included an 18 piece orchestra, the spectacular 100 Hands Golden Buddha Dance, Bal-let on Shoulders and acrobat performances. An international act was also flown in to sing at the dinner and at the post party back at the hotel.

Other evening functions included a Welcome Beijing Food Street and a dine-around evening in the Hohai Lake District. The highlight of the daily activities was a ?Beijing City Race? that took them to the Hutongs where they learned calligraphy and dumpling making, the Temple of Heaven where they flew kites and played local Chinese games and to the Hong Qiao Markets, where they participated in a negotiating challenge. It was all great fun and an effective way of getting people together and seeing the city.

This conference brought together the top franchisees and retail suppliers from a major international brand. The programme was held in Beijing in May 2011 and was the best attended and most successful they have held.

Surprise Venue

Great Hall

Great Hall

Beijing City Race

Beijing City Race

China World Summit Wing

St Regis Lhasa

Moon Festival