The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) launched the Experience Macao, Unlimited Caravan Roadshow Series as part of its efforts to bring travellers to Macau from the Greater Bay Area to propel tourism and economic recovery.
Starting from Zhuhai on August 28, the Caravan Roadshow Series will run over nine weekends from August to December across nine Guangdong cities – Zhuhai, Zhongshan, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Zhaoqing, Huizhou, Jiangmen, Foshan and Dongguan.
As a commitment to tourism exchange and cooperation with different Mainland provinces and municipalities to widen the range of tourist markets, MGTO invited six integrated tourism enterprises to run promotional booths, including the Economic Development Bureau of Executive Committee of Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin, the tourism offices of Zhongshan and Zhuhai, as well as OTAs.
The first roadshow of the series brought to Zhuhai a kaleidoscope of travel experiences and festive vibes that Macau has to offer, showcasing events and festivals, gastronomy, sports, wedding and travel photography to leisure travel as well as outdoor interactive zones.
Running concurrently with the Caravan Roadshow Series is the 10-day event, 7th Macao International Lotus Calligraphy Art and Ink Painting Exhibition Touring in the Greater Bay Area – Zhuhai, in celebration of the Macao Lotus Flower Festival, held at the Hengqin Branch of China Red Sandalwood Museum.
Under the brand-new theme My Treat for You, See You in Macao, MGTO continues to partner with airline, e-commerce platforms and OTAs to release special offers on air tickets, hotels and more to Mainland visitors throughout the year, with hotel discount coupons distributed to visitors on Trip.com, Meituan, Fliggy, Qunar, Ly.com and Zhixing App.
Targeting different themes and market segments while in sync with the year-round calendar of festive holidays and events, various partner platforms also provide a diversity of Macau travel offers, from buy-one-get-one-free air tickets to special offers on shopping, dining and attractions.