A year on from reopening, Macao’s signature museum will be celebrating by handing out free gifts and running competitions.
World’s top tourism players expected to take part in ‘hybrid online and offline format’ which aims to boost Macao’s tourism and leisure image.
Numbers are better than in March, but still pale in comparison to pre-novel coronavirus April 2019 when more than 3 million sampled Macao’s attractions.
More than 1 million online and onsite spectators propel gala to front rank of city’s tourist attractions.
Hotel stays, Nossa Senhora Village of Ká Hó, and – of course – buffets, top of the pops on this year’s MGTO Stay, Dine and See Macao scheme.
Tourism chief says Macao Week events may be staged in Wuhan and Changsha; Golden Week’s 137,000 arrivals ‘better than expected’.
Hotel occupancy of up to 68% and room rates as much as MOP 3,676 go some way to make up for lower than predicted numbers.
Daily numbers dive to less than 25,000; tourism chief vows to continue promotions in GBA, lining up two-for-one deals when Macao reopens borders.