Beijing Exhibition Center

Beijing Exhibition Center is situated at Xizhimenwai Avenue, Xicheng District, which lies at the heart of Beijing’s business center. It borders Zhongguancun Science Park in the north and Financial Street and the seats of many state-level authorities in the south. Within walking distance from it are Beijing Zoo traffic hub in the west and Xizhimen Subway Station, light rail terminal and the Beijing North Railway Station in the east. It is conveniently located as it is accessible in every direction and neighbors many top-rate deluxe hotels, banks, post offices and shopping malls.

Beijing Exhibition Center has 12 massive exhibition halls. On the premise are 22,000 m2 of indoor exhibition space, 10,000 m2 of outdoor exhibition space and 15,000 m2 of parking lot. Beyond its sound and solid infrastructure like water and power supplies, air-conditioning and communication facilities, it is also complete with auxiliary facilities that encompass theatre, auditorium, multi-function hall, conference room, negotiation room, VIP room and catering outlets.

With its timeline starting back in 1954, Beijing Exhibition Center (BEC) comes as the first-ever massive comprehensive exhibition venue in Beijing. It features, among others, the genuine inscriptions of late Chairman Mao Zedong and was once honored by the presence of late Premier Zhou Enlai at its ribbon-cutting ceremony. Beijing Exhibition Center stands as the core arm of Capital Tourism Group Corporation and is holding vice presidency of China Exhibition Hall Association at the moment. As the first ISO-9001-certified in the exhibition.