Macau invites Taiwanese tourism representatives to learn about latest offerings

Over 60 representatives of tourism groups from Taiwan held a networking meeting with their Macau counterparts today in the SAR to explore ways to revive the tourism sectors of the two regions.

According to a statement
from the Macau Government Tourism Office, the meeting was part of a five-day
inspection tour arranged by three local groups including the Travel Industry
Council of Macau.

Between 21 and 25
February, the Taiwanese delegation are being shown around the city’s latest
offerings, as well as those of Hengqin.

The office said that the trip would help them understand more about what Macau had to provide for potential tourists from the island.

Among the delegates were representatives of 58 travel agencies in Taiwan. They also met with representatives of hotels, travel agencies, and integrated resorts in Macau today to discuss business opportunities.

“Their visit facilitated tourism revival and exchange between Macao, Hengqin and Taiwan region,” the statement read.

Of the over 39.4 million visitors to Macau in 2019 – before the Covid-19 pandemic – about 1.06 million were from Taiwan, after mainland China and Hong Kong.

Last month,
representatives of Hong Kong’s travel sector, travel agents, bloggers, online
influencers and marketers also came to Macau for the same purpose.

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