Two Australian award-winning chefs from different kitchen paths were invited to Macao
The 47th Skal Asia Area Congress opens with a bang in Macau
group of Adelaide travel agents took part in a four-day familiarisation of Macao
Mak Mak has been officially crowned mascot of Macao Tourism
New Chinese language website is WeChat enabled and contains content for retail travel agents to increase sales
Macanese cuisine will fill the air around the streets and squares of Sydney from April 18-22, enticing locals to sample a Taste of Macao
Macao Government Tourism Office and China’s Fujian Tourism would choose Melbourne’s Sea Life to launch “The Maritime Silk Road” promotion
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
Macau Tower hosted the seventh annual Crazy Jump Day on 4 December, powered by the world’s best low-cost airline AirAsia and organised by the world’s top adventure tourism company AJ Hackett
The St. Regis Macao is situated in the heart of Macao's Cotai Strip
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)
The Macao Government Tourism Office is making unreserved efforts to coordinate and handle various tasks in the wake of Typhoon Hato, which took the lives of six, injured more than 150 and left the ci...
Macao has linked with Xiamen Airlines to launch a new “One Fare – Two Cities” product aimed at further boosting numbers of Australians travelling to the former Portuguese enclave.
Offers include expanded Wi-Fi, open check-in facility for Airport route air to sea passengers and cash coupon giveaways
Special limited-time set menus at Dynasty 8, Grand Orbit and The Lounge, plus Relax and Renew Spa experience
To celebrate summer, Cotai Water Jet is introducing a number of exciting new campaigns from now to make it easier for customers to travel between Hong Kong and Macao.
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.
Contemporary change has been swift in Macao and it will continue that way in 2016 with a new theme parka and several hotel openings in the pipeline.