As the seat of the imperial throne, Beijing has lots of venues for Gala. One of our favourites is the Jun’s Palace, which was the former mansion of a Qing Prince, which can be turned into a nice incentive venue.
It is a typical Qing style mansion, with a courtyard in front and the mansion, as well as a garden in the back. As the mansion of a prince, the architecture follows the imperial style with a majestic front door.
For the evening, we arranged a cocktail in the courtyard outside the mansion, and the courtyard was decorated with traditional Chinese red lanterns. Participants can network and enjoy a drink before dinner.
Chinese music was arranged, to create the ambience.
Dinner was a Chinese dinner, featuring some of the typical Beijing dishes. The interior of the venue was decorated with gold and red: the two imperial colours for the royal families.
It was a wonderful evening and participants still talk about the trip to Beijing after months!