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Events & Exhibitions

KBC Fuar is your solution for destination management with its long proven ability to
offer expert local knowledge. We specialize in incentives meetings and events
all across Turkey. Professionalism, expertise and creativity are just a few of
the traits that encompass KBC’s work as a DMC. Our focus is always on your
satisfaction and your guests’ delight. That’s why we go the extra mile putting
in our best ideas and a lot of hard work. What we’re looking for are those big
smiles and warm congratulations at the end of another successful event. KBC
offers a wide range of services depending on your needs including transport and
transfers, hotel accommodation, catering and entertainment to make your event a
success.

Suada


Suada, which has several restaurants, bars, nightclubs, invitation areas and an
olypic pool, is asmall rock island in Bosphorus Trait connecting to continents.
Since 2006 it has been one of the most favorite out-going place for exclusive
guests, because it has world-class international cuisine restaurants and special
nightclubs for every taste of music.

Reina


As the grande dame of after-hours entertainment, Reina is a veritable multiplex
of popular restaurants, a handful of waterfront dance floors, and bars,
including

the
Zagat-rated Park Samdan (reservations required for all restaurants). Rein has
been likened to an entertainment emporium, with several bars, dancefloors

and
restaurants, and packed with celebs, models and millionaires. Open daily in the
summer from 7pm to 4am.


Supperclub

Supperclub presents a multi-sensory experience, rediscovering and renewing the
origins of the roman banquet. As a platform dedicated to creativity, it serves

the
guests a dynamic experience through a combination of cuisine, music, visuals and
performances. Supperclub also offers its guests a clubbing experience with dj’s,
vj’s, lj’s, performers, dancers, vocalists, actors, acrobats and masseurs
realize an


incomparable atmosphere.



Crystal


With 500 capacity, Crystal hosts some 1000 clubgoers every week, offering a
unique ambience with a cystal-clear superior all-digital sound system,  robust
sound  isolation, lights and strong
ventilation. The club delivers house, tech-house and progressive flavors on
different nights of the week and hosts worldrenown

djs
such as Mazi, Terry Francis, Silicone Soul, Doc Martin, Lee Burridge and Derrick
Carter, Heather, Josh Wink, Asad just to name a few. The sound and light system,
the vibe and the crowd reaction have made Crystal a most favorite club for such
Dj’s.

Ciragan Palace

The first Turkish member of The Leading Hotels of the World, the Ç›ra¤an Palace  Kempinski
Istanbul ensures a wonderful and unforgettable times with its mystique style.
Fascinating natural view, bright light shadows along the day and night adorn  the
Çırağan Palace Kempinski in a sweet harmony. The adjoining hotel offers 284  rooms
and 20 suites, including the luxurious Pasha and Presidential. Guest occupying
one of the newly renovated 11 VIP suites including one of the largest in  Europe-Sultan
Suite. All restaurants offer a balcony or terrace overlooking the Bosphorus and
seat between 90 and 200 diners.


Dolmabahce Palas


Extending for almost 8oo metres (1/2 mile) on a tract of landfill on the shores
of the Bosphorus is Dolmabahçe Palace (appropriately translated as “filled
garden”), an imperial structure that for the first time looked to Western models
rather than to the more traditional Ottoman style of building. The architect of
Dolmabahçe was Garabet Balyan, master
of European forms and styles amid a long line of Balyan architects.



Beylerbeyi Palas




Beylerbeyi was the second palace to be built on the Bosphorus and served as a
summer residence and guest quarters for visiting bey (dignitaries) during their visits
to the city. Beylerbeyi has some features worthy of a visit, not least of all
the terraced garden of magnolias at the base of the Bosphorus Bridge. The
monumental staircase to this marble palace is fronted by a pool and fountain
which served as much to cool the air as to look pretty, and the floors are
covered with reed mats from Egypt that act as insulation against dampness.