Exhibit at Asian Attractions Expo 2015


Please join us as the largest trade show in Asia for the amusement park and attractions industry heads to Hong Kong!

Book your booth now for Asian Attractions Expo 2015, the largest, most comprehensive trade show in Asia for the amusement parks and attractions industry. It is the only industry trade show in Asia that consistently delivers thousands of amusement park and attractions industry buyers from more than 60 countries. If you want to influence key decision makers and buyers in the Asian amusement parks and attractions industry, your best opportunity is at Asian Attractions Expo 2015. 

Connect with more than 6,000 buyers from: Amusement Parks, Theme Parks, Attractions, Water Parks, Family Entertainment, Centers, Casinos, Resorts, Museums, Aquariums, Zoos.

Exhibit Fees

Member Price per Sq. M

Non-Member Price per Sq. M

Shell Scheme

US $410

US $465

Raw Space

US $366

US $420


*** 20% DISCOUNT APPLIES FOR BOOTHS LARGER THAN 18 SQUARE METERS ***

Exhibit space less than 18 sq. m. must be shell scheme

Your IAAPA Team in Asia Pacific

International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA Asia Pacific)



 





 Andrew Lee

Vice President
Asia Pacific Operations 
Tel: +852 3796 2568
Fax:+852 3796 2600
alee@IAAPA.org









 Jessica Yan
Exhibit & Membership
Sales Executive
Asia Pacific Operations 
Tel: +852 3796 2569
Fax:+852 3796 2600
jyan@IAAPA.org

Address: Level 16 Man Yee Building, 60-68 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong
www.iaapa.org

Theme Park News in Asia

Universal Studios Japan to unveil "Universal Cool Japan" limited-time attraction

 Universal Studios Japan in Osaka will unveil "Universal Cool Japan" on Jan. 23. The attraction, which will run through May 10, will include themes and characters based on Japanese video games, manga and anime including "Attack on Titan," "Evangelion," "Monster Hunter" and "Biohazard." The Asahi Shimbun (Japan) (7/31),RocketNews24 (Japan) (8/1)

Expansion of Hualien Farglory Ocean Park in Taiwan to need additional review 

A proposed expansion by Hualien Farglory Ocean Park in Taiwan will need to pass a second-stage assessment amid possible safety and archeological issues. The project would span 22.5 hectares with a 17.5-hectare area on a slope. It would include a gondola station, a restaurant, a villa, a water activity area and a hotel. The Taipei Times (Taiwan) (7/31)

Association News

Entries and nominations for 2014 IAAPA Service Awards due Aug. 15 

IAAPA Service Awards honor those who excel in performing services for IAAPA and the industry and are dedicated to its well-being. Submit your entry today! http://bit.ly/1o3nJvP


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