Indonesia Convention Exhibition

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Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE)
Indonesia Convention Exhibition exterior.jpg
LocationBSD City, South Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia
Coordinates6°18′01″S 106°38′12″E / 6.300258°S 106.636604°E / -6.300258; 106.636604Coordinates: 6°18′01″S 106°38′12″E / 6.300258°S 106.636604°E / -6.300258; 106.636604
OwnerPT. Indonesia International Expo
OperatorPT. Indonesia International Expo
Built2010s
Opened2015
Theatre seating
10,000 seats
Enclosed space
 • Total spaceover 220,000 m2 (2,400,000 sq ft)
 • Exhibit hall floorover 50,000 m2 (540,000 sq ft)
 • Breakout/meeting33 rooms
 • Ballroom1 ballrooms
12,000 sq ft (1,100 m2) total
Public transit accessSerpong railway station
Website
www.ice-indonesia.com
Interior of Indonesia Convention Exhibition

Indonesia Convention Exhibition or ICE is a convention and exhibition centre located at BSD City, within Greater Jakarta in Indonesia. The convention and exhibition center was inaugurated on August 2015. It is the biggest convention and exhibition center in Indonesia.[1]

It has total land area of approximately 220.000 sqm, 10 exhibition halls with a total area of 50.000 sqm, 50.000 sqm outdoor exhibition space, 33 meeting rooms, one 4.000 sqm convention hall and one 12.000 sqm pre-function lobby. The halls are equipped to accommodate exhibitions, trade shows, conferences and other events.

Entertainment events[edit]

  Events from local artists
  Events from Asian and regional artists
  Events from international artists
  Events from both local and international artists

Notable events[edit]

Events Date
Trade Expo Indonesia (TEI) 32nd TEI, 11–15 October 2017
33rd TEI, 24–28 October 2018
C3-Anime Festival Asia Jakarta 31 August-2 September 2018
IndoBuildtech 25-29 May 2016
Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show 20–30 August 2015
11–21 August 2016
10-20 August 2017
2-12 August 2018
18-28 July 2019
PATA Travel Mart 7-9 September 2016
Pekan Raya Indonesia 20 October-6 November 2016
21 October-5 November 2017
27 September-7 October 2018[31]
Big Bad Wolf Books 30 April-8 May 2016
21 April-2 May 2017
29 March-9 April 2018

Access[edit]

This exhibition center is located approximately 10 minutes away from Serpong railway station, Rawa Buntu railway station, and Cisauk railway station, which makes it easily accessible to commuters using Jakarta commuter railway system. Moreover, this convention center does not sit too far away from Jakarta–Serpong Toll Road. This toll road directly connects ICE to some important places in both West Jakarta and South Jakarta.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  31. ^ "Pekan Raya Indonesia returns with 80 local brands". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

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