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博览会时间与地点

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会议:2018年6月5-8日
商展:2018年6月6-8日

中国香港,香港会议展览中心

媒体中心

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2018年亚洲景点博览会(2018年亚景会)将于2018年6月5-8日在香港会议展览中心举办,本博览会是专为亚太地区景点专业人士而设的顶级国际盛会。我们欢迎媒体朋友莅临并进行新闻采编及报道。

 

2018年亚洲景点博览会媒体证登记

 

媒体政策及媒体证发放准则

IAAPA欢迎主流媒体和景点行业相关的专业媒体莅临2018年亚景会进行新闻采编及报道。为此将对符合入场条件的媒体人员提供媒体证,媒体证发放对象为:新闻记者、摄影记者、摄像记者。按此浏览完整媒体政策及媒体证发放准则

 

媒体证登记处:3FG展览厅

媒体人员请于3FG展览厅外的登记处办理媒体证。

 

登记处开放时间:

6月4日(星期一)13:00 - 18:00
6月5日(星期二)08:00 - 18:00
6月6日(星期三)08:00 - 17:00
6月7日(星期四)08:00 - 17:00
6月8日(星期五)08:30 - 15:00

 

媒体中心:2N206

IAAPA媒体中心开放时间如下:

6月6日(星期三)10:00 - 17:00
6月7日(星期四)10:00 - 17:00
6月8日(星期五)09:00 - 15:00


新闻稿 

2018年亚洲景点博览会在中国香港圆满落幕

2018年亚洲景点博览会的特别活动及课程安排
2018年4月1日

2018年亚洲景点博览会登记系统现已开放
2018年2月16日

 

媒体联系方式:

柏堡活动策划 – 大会指定公关及市场推广合作单位

中国
何惠婷(Candy He) | 电邮: candy.he@baobab-tree-event.com |电话: (020) 3758 3765 分机 8003

亚太地区
刘筱芳(Flora Lau) |电邮: flora.lau@baobab-tree-event.com |电话: +852 3520 3638 

Expo News

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

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Association News

Global sponsorships now available for IAAPA Expos in 2018
Sponsorship opportunities for IAAPA Expos are now available! Reserve early to bring exceptional visibility to your business and align your brand with IAAPA during our centennial anniversary. Opportunities are limited. For show information, visit AAE Sponsorship, EAS Sponsorship, IAE Sponsorship and contact Emily Popovich at EPopovich@IAAPA.org or +1 (703) 850-4115.

IAAPA Webinar | KidZania: EDUtainment from Inspiration to Aspiration
On Feb. 23, join speaker Dr. Ger Graus, OBE, Global Director of Education for KidZania, as you learn about KidZania's global education strategy. Discover how KidZania's unique approach to education and entertainment is enhancing the lives of children, creating purposeful partnerships with the education and entertainment sector and increasing socially responsible revenue streams. Register today!

Amusement and Theme Parks

Walt Disney Co. posts 21% increase in Q1 parks operating profit
Strong results at domestic and international parks helped boost first-quarter revenue at Walt Disney Co.'s theme parks and resorts division to $5.2 billion. Operating profit during the period rose 21% to $1.35 billion on a 6% attendance jump at domestic theme parks, aided by the new Pandora: The World of Avatar at Disney's Animal Kingdom in Florida. Walt Disney Co. reported a 4% increase in overall revenue, to $15.35 billion. Bloomberg (free registration) (2/6),  Orlando Sentinel (Fla.) (tiered subscription model) (2/6) 

Mexico's Grupo Xcaret to add and expand parks in Playa del Carmen
Mexico's Grupo Xcaret will spend 705 million pesos in 2018 to build the new park Xavage in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, and expand the nearby Xplor park complex. Xavage will feature high-adrenaline rides and attractions and is expected to open in late 2018 or early 2019. A high-altitude slide tower will open at the Xplor park in September. Xcaret welcomed 3.3 million guests to its six current amusement parks in 2017. Novedades Quintana Roo (Mexico) (Spanish-language content) (2/2) 

"Great Lego Race" to debut March 23 at Legoland Florida
Legoland Florida in Winter Haven announced that its new "Great Lego Race" virtual reality roller coaster will open March 23. Legoland Malaysia opened its own version in late 2017, and Legoland Deutschland in Germany will open one later in the year. Orlando Sentinel (Fla.) (tiered subscription model) (2/5) 

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Water Parks

Grupo Rio Quente to build water park in Mata de Sao Joao, Brazil
Spokespeople for Brazilian hotelier Grupo Rio Quente say they will build a major, R$500 million water park at the Costa do Sauipe hotel complex in Mata de Sao Joao. The hotelier bought the complex in late 2017 and will add a water park that will surpass the size of the 55,000-square-foot Hot Park, the signature of Rio Quente, located in Goias. The park at Costa do Sauipe will open in 2020. Correio (Brazil) (Portuguese-language content) (2/3) 

Plans unveiled for Aquapark Zelina in Croatia
A €6 million water park called Aquapark Zelina is set to rise in Sveti Ivan Zelina, Croatia. Designed by Spanish firm ActionPark WaterScapes, Aquapark Zelina will feature seven water slides plus a mega water slide and other water attractions. A final application permit is still being sought, and there is no official opening date. Croatia Week (2/1) 

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Family Entertainment Centers

Epic Adventures complex in Georgia to break ground soon
Work is expected to begin soon on the first phase of the 480-acre Epic Adventures sports entertainment complex in Kingsland, Georgia. Phase one will feature a 219-space RV park, and will be followed by a water park, 10 sports fields, a mini-golf course, an accessible stadium and other amenities set to be built over the next five years. The Brunswick News (Ga.) (1/31) 

Bowling alley in Bishop's Stortford, England, to be revived
Owners of a nightclub in Bishop's Stortford, England, plan to reopen a bowling alley and invest about £1 million into upgrades. The facility is set to open in July with its existing 12 bowling lanes, a virtual reality golf range, a food court and a sports bar. Local World (U.K.)/Hertfordshire Mercury (1/31) 

CircusTrix acquires fellow trampoline operator Sky Zone
Indoor trampoline park operator CircusTrix announced its acquisition of competitor Sky Zone and plans to retain the company's leadership team. The purchase boosts CircusTrix's portfolio to 287 facilities around the world. Deseret News (Salt Lake City) (2/1) 

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Zoos, Aquariums, Science Centers, and Museums

Mexican authorities to resume talks to eliminate dolphin attractions
The president of an animal activist group based in Mexico says lawmakers in the country will resume talks that could ultimately lead to the closure of dolphin attractions. Senators did not resolve the issue in the previous session, and many have received lobbying calls from animal rights advocates. Bills affecting animal attractions were recently proposed in France and the United States. Legislators in those countries rejected the measures. La Jornada Maya (Mexico) (Spanish-language content) (2/4) 

International Porsche collection coming to car museum in California
The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California, is celebrating the 70th anniversary of Porsche's first commercial sports car with "The Porsche Effect" event, featuring 48 iconic cars. The exhibit, which features the museum's own cars and models obtained from the company, explores the brand's influence on popular culture throughout history. Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model) (2/2) 

Sea turtle exhibit at South Carolina Aquarium to receive upgrade
A "respond gallery" is set to open at the South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston with the help of a $300,000 donation from a local manufacturing firm. The expansion will feature art, digital attractions and a display of plastic items gathered from sea turtles, a warning against the threat posed by plastics to the environment. WCSC-TV (Charleston, S.C.) (2/1) 

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Related Industry News

Corporate business surges in Orlando, Florida, with debut of new attractions
Orlando, Florida, has begun to see an increase in corporate events thanks to the openings of several attractions, such as Topgolf and Andretti Indoor Karting, that offer space for corporate groups that come to Orlando for conventions. I-Drive 360 also continues to draw group business with spaces including its Sky Lounge, atrium and outdoor courtyard, plus major attractions such as Madame Tussauds, Sea Life aquarium and the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye. Orlando Sentinel (Fla.) (tiered subscription model) (2/3) 

Purchase, New York, to get a treetop adventure course
Work is progressing on the Boundless Adventures treetop adventure park, set to hold a soft opening March 31 in Purchase, New York. The facility will feature more than a dozen obstacle elements in nine treetop courses spread across 12 acres. Courses are categorized according to intensity and vary in elevation from 10 feet to up to 40 feet above the ground. USA Today (2/1) 

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