Mak Mak has been officially crowned mascot of Macao Tourism
This year’s awards will also include two new categories: Community Based Tourism (CBT) and Women Empowerment Initiative (WEI)
Forbes Travel Guide officially named Macao as a world leader in the luxury hotel category with as many as 12, beating the French capital, its nearest rival, by two
MACAO is set to celebrate 2018 with a year-long promotion that feasts on its recent UNESCO Creative Cities
MACAO is awash with colours this month as the former Portuguese enclave celebrates the festive season
MACAO is set to roll out the red carpet for a host of celebrities and upcoming stars at the 2nd International Film Festival and Awards (IFFAM)
UNESCO announced Macao had been recognised among an elite number of cities for its gastronomy.
Supported by the MGTO, the event is a major drawcard during the Asian centre’s annual Mid-Autumn Festival
The 40th edition of PATA Travel Mart 2017 (PTM 2017), hosted by the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), has attracted 1,131 delegates from 66 global destinations
Australia is set the light the fuse on a highly-charged international challenge involving nine other countries
Creating yet another splash in Macao this year is the annual International Dragon Boat Festival
Tourism industry organisations and individuals making outstanding contributions towards the successful promotion of the travel industry throughout the Asia Pacific
Macao to further increase holiday appeal Macao will have much to crow about in 2017 as it celebrates the Year of the Rooster with the opening of additional modern integrated resorts to meet the stead...
PATA Travel Mart 2017 (PTM 2017) will be held in Macao SAR
Visitors to Macao, in particular the Asian city’s neon-lit Cotai Strip, can indulge in some additional pampering thanks to the opening of two new resorts
Some of Macao’s finest young musicians are playing the role of ambassadors on a two-week tour of Australia
Supported and sponsored by the Macao Government Tourism Office for the last 21 years, this year's awards recognise the achievements of 26 separate organisations and individuals.
The trade expo, to be held from September 2-4, 2016, will have such major countries as mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan heavily represented along with Macao and a number of long haul markets.
“Wake up with Macao” . . . that’s the message which will warmly welcome daily commuters to Sydney’s CBD next week.
Macao will mark the 400th anniversary of the death of world literary giant William Shakespeare when the former Portuguese enclave hosts its 27th Macao Arts Festival.