Archive for the ‘Macau’ Category
BY DR. ELINOR GARELY, ETN STAFF WRITER | JUN 08, 2009 Exactly! Where is it? It is so interesting… otherwise smart and educated people are at a loss to determine the location of Macau. Geographically this complex city is located in southern China’s Guangdong province and can be reached via Hong Kong by helicopter and [...]
Macau, the fastest-growing destination in 2008(Forimmediaterelease.net) NEW YORK, NY (AUGUST 28, 2008) – More than 1.5 million international visitors have come to Macau in the first six months of this year, a 46.5 % jump over the same period last year. This does not include the 8.8 million Mainland residents who visited in the same [...]
By Satish Gupta l eTN Asia Macau is set to flex its muscles beyond its gambling prowess and is set to propagate its cuisine via a food chain.Ă‚Â According to the Macau government, the US Chinese food chain P.F. Chang's will introduce Macanese food in the menus of its 155 restaurants from September 2007 onwards. The [...]
By Satish Gupta l eTN Asia Macau is set to flex its muscles beyond its gambling prowess and is set to propagate its cuisine via a food chain. According to the Macau government, the US Chinese food chain P.F. Chang's will introduce Macanese food in the menus of its 155 restaurants from September 2007 onwards. [...]
"It is absolutely unprecedented ", said Earl Wieman, Skal International Asia President when he started to describe the development of Macau's tourism infrastructure.
By Satish Gupta l eTN Asia After receiving its record-breaking 20 millionth visitor in December last year, Macau has set its sights on bigger achievements. The head of the Macau government, Edmund Ho, has termed 2007 as "the year of the progressive integration in the territory of the tourism. leisure, conventions and exhibitions industries."
Hong Kong-listed Shun Tak Holdings Ltd. has formed a new budget airline with Air Macau and China National Aviation Co. (CNAC), joining a competitive market as Asiaâ€™s low-cost carrier sector takes off.
Viva Macau is planning to commence flights to Hawaii and Russia, becoming the first Asian budget carrier to express interest in flying to the two destinations. As per the information available, the carrier is also planning flights to Northeast Asia, including Japan and South Korea, as well as Australia, the Middle East, and Europe.
To celebrate â€śWorld Tourism Dayâ€ť today (September 27), Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) organized an exciting tray race and World Tourism Day banquet.
The Westin Resort Macau is the ideal retreat for golfers, as guests have exclusive access to Championship golf course on the resort’s roof.