This month, which will be the start of the campaign period, the theme is “Spring into Arts”
In February, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) launched its “My Treat for You, See You in Macao” campaign. The organisation partnered with e-commerce platforms and online travel agencies to provide special offers to Mainland visitors.
Recently, MGTO rolled out the “Experience Macao, Unlimited” campaign, which partners with different entities to feature a series of promotional events centred on various monthly activities.
From April onwards, the organisation will use social networks and other media to promote Macau to both residents and visitors. This month, which will be the start of the campaign period, the theme is “Spring into Arts.” it will focus on upcoming artistic and cultural events, which includes the 32nd Macao Arts Festival taking place at the end of the month.
May will focus on various events that will liven up the tourists’ experience. “May There Be Fun” will feature highlights from activities such as this year’s Macao International Dragon Boat Races and Light Up Macao Drone Gala.
“Tasty June” will focus on gastronomic activities. “Summer Heat Is On,” which will happen in July and August, as well as “Autumn Delights” in September will feature events fit for the hot and cold seasons. National Day will be celebrated in October. The “November Formula,” will be all about the Macau Grand Prix.
Finally, in December, visits to Macau will be more memorable as artists light up the city under the theme, “Dazzling Winter.”
The Macau Daily Times also reported on the executive council’s plans to regulate tourism tax by redefinition of what encompasses tourism tax, which involves reviewing the current goods and services provided by hotels and restaurants.
This follows the introduction of reductions and exemptions from a range of taxes, as well as extensions of tax exemption coverage in 2021. This move was projected to benefit more than 370 tourism-related establishments and cost approximately MOP379 million (USD47 million).
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