The Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) is the country’s largest exhibition centre with over 45,000 sqm of gross exhibition space. The first component and flagship of KL Metropolis, a city within a city where trade, commerce, living and transport converge over 75.5 acres of prime land development, MITEC is poised to be the first exhibition venue of choice in the Southeast Asia region.
MITEC connects you with everything you need for your event with its flexible halls, providing an unprecedented choice, whilst its incredible space is designed to support heavy machineries up to 50KN/sqm.
The 12,960 sqm of column-free space on level 3 providing an unobstructed and expansive view, making it the largest pillar-less exhibition hall in Malaysia. The entire combined exhibition halls are able to accommodate up to 47,700 visitors in theatre style seating and 28,300 guests in the banquet arrangement at any one time. At MITEC, event organiser can think big and dream bigger!
Spanning over three massive double volume floors,
MITEC offers 13.1 acres of flexible function space including:
KL Metropolis is envisioned to be the Kuala Lumpur’s “International Trade and Exhibition City” playing a key role in the building of a sustainable and inclusive economy that generates long-term wealth. The district is also poised to boost the Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, Exhibitions (MICE) sector and business tourism in general, in propelling the country to become the premier and preferred MICE destination in the region.
A city within a city, KL Metropolis is built on a sprawling 75.5 acres of prime land, strategically located within the vicinity of Jalan Tunku Abdul Halim (formerly known as Jalan Duta), Kuala Lumpur and will contain grade “A” offices, regional retail centres, luxury condominiums and hotels components within the development, slated to be completed by 2025.
A hybrid of work, play and entertainment elements, the KL Metropolis is also home to the Metropolis Park, the 5 acres (27,000 sq ft) of urban parks and recreational facilities to help enhance and maintain green spaces in Klang Valley, in line with the Greater KL initiative.