Largest multipurpose Convention Centre in Southern Klang Valley opens

Bangi Avenue Convention Centre (BACC) by Avenue Garden Hotel is the largest multipurpose convention centre in southern Klang Valley. The convention center offers all wedding and event needs under one roof. BACC has a floor area of up to 27,000 sq ft for the Grand Ballroom a surrounding floor area of 88,585 sq ft comprising outdoor and covered boulevard spaces.

Loo Yung Wai, Managing Director of Avenue Garden Hotel and Bangi Avenue Convention Centre says, “The key must-haves for wedding venues today are aesthetics and affordability. People are constantly inspired through social media – yearning and searching for the ideal space to tie the knot and create picturesque memories that will last forever. Driven by this, our team was inspired to ensure that BACC offers a space with a stunning garden backdrop, while also catering to all their practical needs.”

BACC offers the best of both worlds with a selection of indoor venues that are versatile and flexible for a variety of occasions and are well-equipped with state-of-the-art professional sound and lighting equipment to satisfy for a range of small to large scale events, meetings, conferences, exhibitions and more. Its spaciousness allows it to also deliver a multi-storey carpark for 1,000 vehicles to accommodate the venue’s large capacity.

With a rapidly growing population of millions in the Southern part of Klang Valley which includes Bandar Baru Bangi, Kajang, Sepang, KLIA, Putrajaya, Serdang, Cheras, Puchong and more, Bangi Avenue is a flourishing township that places BACC and Avenue Garden Hotel at an advantage.  

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