All the thrills and glamour of Macao’s most famous sporting event are on show in the museum which is gleaming after a lengthy renovation.
Operator TurboJet has faced difficulties for several years with the opening of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge and unrest in Hong Kong.
Down to 49,685 at the end of the first quarter, hotel industry says this decrease was due to the “severely adverse” impact of the pandemic.
Occupancy is increasing steadily, helped by staycationers, although so far this year more than half of available beds lie empty.
After the Covid-19 doldrums of 2020, the city is once again welcoming more arrivals, but still has a long way to go to match 2019’s numbers.
MGTO boss says new attractions, and the city’s revamped Grand Prix museum, will draw more arrivals to the city.
More visitors and fewer empty hotel beds so far this year point to a more profitable summer as industry recovers from one of its most difficult years.
After a months-long fight against a resurgent coronavirus, HK leader says ‘zero local infections’ goal is close at hand.
Air bridge to Europe now closed to Macao residents, as island marshalls all its medical services to combat the pandemic.
As cases on the island soar, Macao’s health officials take extra precautions to safeguard the city’s residents.
Worsening Covid-19 situation on the island prompts increased safety measures in Macao.
More than 500 businesses and retailers get a free pitch; visitors can enjoy all the fun of the fair for three whole days.
Owner welcomes mass footfall and increased spend in hotels, casinos and malls and looks forward to a busy summer as tourism industry revives.
One-off insurance payment and gradual return of visitors boost the group’s performance, however Raffles on Cotai may not open until 2022.
The city’s tourism industry is looking at a MOP 379 million windfall as the government reduces or nixes taxes.
High occupancy and healthy rates in hotels outperform Chinese New Year as heavy MGTO promotion encourages mainlanders to visit in their thousands.
Queues outside restaurants and inns nearing capacity – Macao takes its first step back towards pre-Covid-19 days.
New online application system makes entry easier, but there is still plenty of red tape to negotiate.
Macao prepares for 1 to 5 May; mainland visitors have recently increased with the pandemic situation stabilising on both sides.
Occupancy, rates and overall numbers are all moving in the right direction after a difficult year for the hospitality industry blighted by Covid-19.
While Hong Kong is keen on the inter-SAR bubble, Macao remains wary of opening the floodgates while Covid-19 is still a major threat.
Carrier’s move reflects expectations of a bumper Golden Week as hordes of mainland tourists who have been cooped up by Covid-19 head for Macao.
After a hiatus of over a year, the ferry will now make one round-trip per day; Covid-19 precautions remain in force.
Mainlanders flocking to Macao thanks to zero quarantine and a good health and safety record, says Kenny Cheung; and more may decide to come at the last minute.
Once again, there are more potential passengers than seats aboard the promotional helicopter tour, so the organisers will draw lots to pick the winners.