Taking its cue from four of the world’s foremost cultural cities, the expo casts a thought-provoking light on many varied aspects of existence.
From a grand buffet to Taiwanese hotpot to Portuguese delicacies, all tastes are catered for at SJM’s newest hotel, which is due to open soon.
This year’s edition is set to run for the next four months, showcasing diverse concepts by dozens of creative minds from all over the world.
Expo will run in conjunction with a similar show in upstate New York, and visitors will be able to experience both thanks to Virtual Reality technology.
Influencers from Macao and the mainland set the tone of the three-day event which spurred interest in the city’s main industry.
Relaxed NAT rules encourage mainland visitors; tourism officials hope the summer holidays will see the return of 30,000 daily arrivals.
Covid-19 stymies one of the year’s key cross-border trade events, however organisers are confident that it will go ahead on 3-5 September.
Light Festival due to go ahead in December, and plans are in hand to open a travel bubble with Hong Kong after arrivals from Guangdong slacken.
Two of the most famous brews in China come together at a 24-day celebration which also highlights a pair of historic port cities.
Hong Kongers would have to travel under certain restrictions but health officials are still weighing options.
In the wake of Covid-19, guests are up 552 per cent compared to 2020, but 34 per cent less than the glory days of the year before.
While falling well short of 2019’s 40 million arrivals, this year is looking better than last, as residents make do with local package tours.
Some shopping options will also be on offer at the Cotai complex, whose accommodation is currently being used as a quarantine hotel.
Potential Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) can benefit from free training by experts and promote Macao’s multi-dimensional tourism image.
The three-day mart will give the city an opportunity to demonstrate both its traditional attractions and future plans.
Beijing Capital Airlines given the all-clear a fortnight after Covid-19 scare aboard one of its flights from Lisbon.
Officials are still thrashing out the details of who and how many can travel, but can only give the green light once Hong Kong reports no new local cases for 28 days.
European Union suggests lifting travel restrictions, but the final decision still rests with individual countries.
Visitors are welcome to join the scheme too, but get no subsidy and have to pay the full price.
E-marketing played a major role in pulling in the crowds to admire the Macao’s multifarious attractions.
Tourism body trims its sails in the current tricky economic climate, but still maintains a European outpost in UK.
Second phase of MOP 120 million ‘Stay, Dine and See Macao’ scheme aims to pull in 100,000 participants with many new options.
Show will take place in October; customers can swap tickets for the autumn or claim full refund.
Covid-19 in Guangdong to blame; other services in the region are also likely to be affected.
Two round-trips per week would allow Macao residents the chance to return to their native city.