Sabanci Congress and Exhibition Centre
On 1 October 1997, Sabanci Congress and Exhibition Centre started to serve within the Antalya Cultural Centre and has a total indoor area of 6,000 m2 on two floors with a floor area of 3,000 m2. The Centre, also known as the Glass Pyramid, was built by the Sabanci Foundation and the right of use was transferred to the Antalya Metropolitan Municipality.

Located in Hasan Subaşı Cultural Park, the pyramid structure, surrounded by circular ornamental pools and with entrances from 4 facades, is among the examples of contemporary architecture in every aspect. The main hall on the ground floor of the Fair Centre, which consists of two floors, the ground floor and the basement, is covered with a space roof. The height of the space roof from the ground is 22.76 metres and it is covered with 5,710 m2 of coloured titanium blue insulating glass.

The Sabancı Convention and Exhibition Centre has five halls that are ideal for many national and international congresses, seminars, exhibitions and conferences, with air conditioning and technical equipment covering all units inside. The largest of these is Toros Hall, followed by Meltem, Düden and two parallel meeting halls on the lower floor.

Toros Hall: It has a seating capacity of 2,400 people with telescopic tribunes for conference purposes and 2,050 m2 for exhibition purposes. The hall is equipped with a sound, light and video system and mobile simultaneous interpretation booths to serve all kinds of organisations. Various graphic and animation shows can be presented on the giant screen in the hall during the organisation. In addition, there is a Widi Wall video system used for the first time in Turkey.

Meltem Hall: The 417 m2 hall, which can be used for conferences and meetings, has a capacity of 440 people and mobile simultaneous booths. The hall has the latest technical equipment for meetings and conferences.

Düden Hall: It is a 307 m2 hall that can be used for conferences and meetings, has a capacity of 340 people and four fixed simultaneous interpretation booths.

There are 2 halls of 87 m2 with a capacity of 50 persons each in the Exhibition Centre. These halls can be organised as meeting rooms, art galleries, press rooms and cafeterias according to the needs, and audio and video can be transferred between the halls during events.

There is a lift, telephone and toilet for the physically disabled in the glass pyramid. Foyer, VIP room, doctor's room, buffet, cloakroom, service kitchen and technical departments are the other sections within the building.

There are ten semi-open exhibition areas of 265 m2 each in the open exhibition area, known as the King's Way, which covers an area of 20,000 m2. In addition, the 500-car capacity car park of the Sabancı Convention and Exhibition Centre can also be used as an open exhibition area.