The Indonesian island state is beginning to return to normal after COVID-19, but recovery will be slow.
Domestic tourism is expected to help the entire country rebound, and some believe serious cash is on its way to travelers.
With tourism numbers down by 69%, the idea of taxing the tourists who do want to visit Macau now seems absurd.
Less than 1,000 people visited Macau during the first three days of the Easter Week holiday period.
Months after finalizing their survey of local residents, the MGTO is now happy to name their price for tourists, and its up to the governement to decide.
Macau saw its highest tourist tally ever in 2019 despite a decrease in hotel rooms. With construction on many resorts soon to complete, this number could go much higher.
The traffic on the seventh and last day reflected a 3.1% drop compared to the last day of the holiday period in 2018.
Macau’s Statistics and Census Service released a report yesterday that breaks down tourist spending for the second quarter and the period wasn’t a highlight for merchants.
Macau's tourism to the city is on the rise with a 20.6% year-on-year increase over the first six months of 2019
Macau surveyed its residents about tourism taxes, and the results are in.