About the Worldchefs Expo

12-14 July, 2017, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

The Worldchefs Expo is a three-day event featuring industry leaders in food and beverages as well as complete solutions for industrial kitchens. It is the premier showcase for culinary innovation!

By visiting us at the Worldchefs Expo, you gain invaluable insights into leading industry solutions.

By exhibiting with us at the Worldchefs Expo, you gain unlimited opportunities to develop connections with leading suppliers and elite professionals.

For more information about exhibiting at the event

To apply to exhibit at the event, fill out the form

Our Expo organizing partners UBM have a proven track-record of bringing world class shows to Asia; together we offer the experience, connections and know-how to help improve your professional kitchens or place your business in front of the world’s finest chefs!

Who attends?

  • Leading chefs- master, executive, pastry and new talents,
  • International restaurant owners,
  • Food producers,
  • Gastronomy opinion leaders,
  • Importing & exporting companies,
  • Culinary equipment and supplies companies

For Chefs – Why Attend?

  • Join the plethora of networking events and educational sessions designed to keep you abreast of industry trends and meet with experts to share knowledge and best practice
  • Network with the leading providers of professional industry solutions and bring your kitchens to the next level.

For Exhibitors - Why Exhibit?

  • Access over 1000 thought leaders in the culinary industry who meet once every two years!
  • A unique opportunity to place yourself directly in front of a highly influential crowd.

Why Malaysia?

Increasingly affluent customers are spurring the demand for premium foods and beverages in this rapidly growing industry with the middle and upper class making up more than half the population of Malaysia. Strategically located in the heart of South-East Asia, Malaysia has untapped potential and is set to become a major importer of speciality food products. Ina addition, Malaysia’s skilled young workforce and training facilities enable the country to be an excellent choice for nurturing and expanding the growing food industry. The services sector including logistics, has been identified as an important source of growth for the Malaysian economy and it is expected to assume a greater role in broadening the economic base of the country and in contributing towards greater exports of goods and services.

Source (Malaysian Industrial Development Authority)


Please send any enquiries to Vicky Yap, Project Manager Vicky.Yap@ubm.com