Filmed in cooperation with a mainland media company, the video builds on Macao’s role as a world centre of tourism and leisure.
Staycations will be available every day including public holidays until end December.
MGTO and three resort operators commended for bold initiatives which will help get the city’s tourism industry back on track.
Limit set at 2,000 per day; Macao authorities have yet to announce whether they will offer similar ease of travel.
More guests spell good news for city’s economy, but hotel occupancy rate is still only just over 60 per cent.
Surge in arrivals on Wednesday came after NAT validity upped to one week and concerted e-marketing drive.
Tourism officials blitz Chinese social media while also dangling promotional hotel and air ticket coupons.
Passengers can change their booking to a date before the end of June next year, however there are four holiday blackout periods.