Macau Government Tourist Office held “Celebrate Macau!” in Jakarta on November 27, its first roadshow in Indonesia, bringing a “Mini Macau” to Indonesian citizens who came face to face with the world heritage sites of Macau and other iconic attractions. MGTO Marketing Division head Betty Fok joined representative of MGTO in Indonesia, Elly Hutabarat and David Harsamto, to unveil the event held at the Pluit Junction Shopping Center from November 27 to 29. In addition to displays of the UNESCO listed world heritage and tourism products, a series of performances and activities including Portuguese folk dances, short dance courses, street magic shows and games hosted by Indonesian artists and DJ bring a mixture of Macau's Eastern and Western cultures to the city. Viva Macau and six travel agents also set up booths at the roadshow, where MGTO gives out tourism information to the visitors. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the establishment of Macau SAR, citizens in Indonesia who celebrate their 10th birthday or 10th wedding anniversary on December 20, 2009 will have the opportunity to win round trip tickets to Macau and hotel accommodations. To further expand its market portfolio, MGTO appointed its representative in Indonesia this year to tap this potential market. Statistics showed arrivals from Indonesia to Macau in the first 10 months were close to 150,000 and Indonesia has become one of the top ten source markets of Macau. There are currently 10 flights between Macau and Jakarta every week.