The Asian Seed Congress is the most significant event on the Asia and Pacific seed industry calendar.
Since its inauguration in 1994 in Chiang Mai, Thailand, the annual event has been hosted in numerous key cities in the region, including New Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Brisbane, Shanghai, Bali, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Ho Chi Minh City, Chiba, Seoul, Kobe, Macau, Kaohsiung, Manila, Pattaya, Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok.
The exclusive event attracts between 1,200 and 1,700 delegates annually, including key executives, officials, legislators and scientists who all share a common stake in the development, production, distribution, regulation and trade of quality seeds.
The Asian Seed Congress is more than just a meeting of APSA members and industry stakeholders.
Featuring technical sessions, host country field and leisure tours, cultural programs and world-class entertainment and accommodations, the Asian Seed Congress facilitates a prime opportunity for stakeholders to get together in one place for a memorable and energetic week, in which delegates can network, grow their business and get updated on the latest industry developments and technologies, so as to gain an edge in the most populous and lucrative region in the world.
Situated at the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Central Business District, the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (the Centre) is the city’s most technologically–advanced, purpose-built facility for international, regional and local conventions, trade shows, public exhibitions, entertainment and even, intimate private functions.
The Centre is one of the components within PETRONAS’ distinctive Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) development. Designed as a unique “city within a city”, the 100-acre development boasts a lush 50-acre landscaped KLCC Park, the signature PETRONAS Twin Towers, Asy’Syakirin Mosque, six-storeys of retail therapy (Suria KLCC), sustenance for the mind (PETROSAINS interactive science discovery centre) and a refuge for art enthusiasts (Galeri PETRONAS). Located within the KLCC is the Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS, home to the renowned Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra