With such huge numbers of beautiful event spaces in Kuala Lumpur, it is difficult to limit your decisions to just a single one - the one where you will celebrate your birthday this year. Fortunately, we've done the legwork for you and arranged a rundown of some of the best venues that can provide the optimal scene for your upcoming party. It is surely will be a real treat for everybody.
GONG XI FA CAI! Every year, the world tosses a monstrous slam to respect the beginning of another customary Chinese logbook year. Bid a fond farewell to your canine year, the hotly anticipated year of the pig at long last is here. Ring in the time of the pig from a positive point of view and fortify your bond with collaborators, associates, companions, just as a family by having a healthy feast together. Chinese New Year is the ideal time for our souls and stomachs to be filled.
When it comes to planning events, there are a whole host of questions you have to ask yourself. Possibly the most important out of these is what type of event are you hosting - is it an intimate end-of-year team dinner, is it a product launch, or a conference with multiple guest speakers? When you know the answer to this, then you can figure out what type of venue you should look for, namely what size venue would best suit your event. So let's go over some of the factors that will help you find the right event space for your needs.
Planning for your company Christmas party in August may initially seem a bit preemptive, but if you think about it, now is the best time to start. Hundreds of people are booking event venues, restaurants, rooftops, bars, etc., for essentially the same date - so if you don't start now, it's more than likely that your top choices will already be snapped up by someone who beat you to the punch.
Laughing Juice, Singapore
Planning an event can be an exciting time, but it can also be overwhelming. In fact, event coordinator made it to the list of most stressful jobs in 2017. Making sure no small detail slips through the cracks or only makes itself known on the day of the event can seem almost impossible. So how do you avoid those Homer Simpson "DOH" moments, or at least minimize them as much as possible (because let's face it, nothing ever goes 100% according to plan 100% of the time)? The magic word: organization.