Macau CNY Tourist Arrivals Beat Pre-Pandemic Level

Macau Breaches 1-Million Mark for CNY Tourist Arrivals

Macau Breaches 1 Million Mark for CNY Tourist Arrivals

Macau welcomed more than a million visitors during the Chinese New Year, only six days into the week-long festivities, according to the Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO).

Based on the MGTO's official data, a total of 899,036 visitors entered Macau during the first five days of the holiday, recording a daily average of 179,807. Most of the visitors came from the mainland and Hong Kong, accounting for 94.5% of the total number of visitors. As of Feb. 15, the sixth day of the eight-day CNY celebrations, tourist arrivals have already breached the 1 million mark to beat pre-pandemic levels.

MGTO director Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes said visitor arrivals are expected to reach 33 million this year, nearly 84% of the 2019 level, indicating a steady recovery from the pandemic.

As the Chinese New Year celebrations are set to conclude this week, Macau continues to attract visitors seeking vibrant celebrations and cultural experiences.

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