REGISTER FOR REGULAR UPDATES
DATE AND TIME
Tue, 24 Sep. 2019, 00:00
Fri, 27 Sep. 2019, 23:59
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Kuala Lumpur, 50088, Malaysia
The Malaysian premier trade-only food and hospitality show, Food & Hotel Malaysia (FHM), will be back for the 15th time. The previous FHM in 2017 held alongside Culinaire Malaysia 2017 received overwhelming support with a record attendance of 25,823 Trade Visitors, an amazing 13.46% increase with an additional exhibition hall which makes it the biggest and most attended series by far. Over the 4-days event, 92% of exhibitors achieved their objectives with 91% confirming their participation in 2019.
FHM 2019 aims to bring you an even bigger and better show compared to any of its previous series adding better opportunities for both exhibitors and visitors of the show. With an impeccable reputation and years of experience, FHM is not only an exhibition but also a gathering for everyone residing in the Food, Beverage & Hospitality industry. There is a packed scheduled which will include the conference, technical seminars, educational talks, celebrity chef cooking demonstrations with displays of various types and range of products and services, FHM covers everything under its roof.
FHM is Malaysia’s official trade exhibition for food, drinks, hotel, restaurants, food services, bakery equipment, supplies and retail industries. This is the chance to get the latest updates from the industry. Fifty countries from all continents are expected to represent their products. This is an opportunity to touch, feel and even taste the latest products and services offered by the food, beverage & hospitality industry around the world.
This event is ideal for companies targeting the Malaysian market. This is the only platform that enables companies direct access to crucial buyers from both the hotel, restaurant and foodservice industries.
How to register your attendance?
Visitors can pre-register here to receive their FREE visitor pass.
All non-pre-registered walk-in visitors will be charged an entrance fee of RM40 (around £8).