“Experience Macau” Roadshow at Zhuhai Aims to extend visitors’ length of stay in Macau through event promotion

The Roadshow showcases Macau’s mega events

Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) is staging the “Experience Macau‧ Macau Grand Prix” Roadshow in Zhuhai from 1 to 9 October. By showcasing splendid events and festivals lined up in the coming months of 2015, the Tourist Office aims to attract more visitors for a longer stay to experience the glamour of Macau, a City of Culture and Events. MGTO Acting Director Cecilia Tse (also the Coordinator of Public Relations and Promotional Activities Subcommittee under Macau Grand Prix Committee); Coordinator of Macau Grand Prix (MGP) Committee, João Manuel Costa Antunes; Head of Destination Marketing Department of MGTO, Betty Fok; Head of Tourism Product and Events Department of MGTO, Doris Leong as well as other MGP Committee members were present in the Roadshow on 1 October to promote Macau’s colorful events. The nine-day Roadshow themed as “Experience Macau‧ Macau Grand Prix” currently goes on at Huafa Mall in Zhuhai. The Roadshow’s major design is themed after the Macau Grand Prix. The World Heritage Site “The Historic Centre of Macao” and the eight walking tour routes under the theme “Step Out, Experience Macau’s Communities” as well as other mega events in Macau are showcased in the Roadshow. A Formula 3 racing car and a motorcycle are on display as well. Roadshow visitors can also try the exciting fun of racing around the Guia Circuit on an installed simulator. Following the “Experience Macau Carnival” Roadshow held in Hong Kong in September, MGTO rolls out another roadshow in Zhuhai to showcase splendid events and festivals to attract visitors from both cities to Macau for a longer stay and a fascinating experience of Macau’s “Vibrant Moments”. As another highlight, the Tourist Office is currently holding the “Macau X LEGO® Exhibition” at the lobby of the Ritz Building on Senado Square and Macao Science Center until 28 December.

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