Wednesday, June 29, 2022


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Trans-Tasman travel bubble is advancing


A working group of business and government leaders from Australia and New Zealand are fortifying plans to create a trans-Tasman travel bubble, which w

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Macau Q1 tourism spending falls


Macau tourist spending fell by 70.4 percent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2020, due mainly to a sharp decline in visitors in the quarter. 

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Macau GGR set for new records: Bloomberg


Gross gambling revenue in Macau is likely to rise 14 percent in 2018 before moving on to set record highs in 2019, Bloomberg reported, citing a survey

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Sands China sees more MICE interest; bridge to help


Sands China President Wilfred Wong says he expects the opening of the bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai to trigger a significant interest in

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GKL Q1 revenue drops 8.3 percent


Grand Korea Leisure reported an 8.3 percent decline in revenue for Q1, while its net profit tumbled by 34.6 percent. The operator of the Seven Luck fo

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Star Entertainment will reap more from tourism growth


Australian casino operator Star Entertainment Group is set to outperform its major rival, Crown Resorts, with Asian tourists increasingly opting to tr

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Macau wants to be the party capital of Asia


Macau has been working hard to rebrand itself into a “party capital” amidst declining gaming revenue, and pressure for the city to diversify its e

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MGTO considers adding leisure cruise routes


The Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is considering the development of leisure cruise routes between the Macau Peninsula and Coloane to boost to

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Puducherry Chief Minister to explore offshore casinos


Newly appointed Puducherry Chief Minister, V Narayanasamy said there is a possibility that offshore casinos will be allowed in the region, emulating G

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Shanghai Disneyland threatens Macau non-gaming


Non-gaming spending in Macau will continue to be threatened by Shanghai Disneyland, said Morgan Stanley in a note on Monday. “Average spending per c

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Shanghai Disneyland not a threat to Macau tourism market


The opening of Shanghai Disneyland will have a minimum impact on Macau’s tourism market, says the president of Macau Travel Industry Council. The in

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Chinese visitation and spending up in Australia


Chinese visitor spending for the year ended March 16, 2016  went up 25 percent year-on-year, to A$8.9 billion (US$6.5 billion), according to Touri

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Resorts World Sentosa to adopt Alipay terminals


Chinese visitors can now use Alipay at over 110 locations within Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa, the operator said in a statement on Monday. Reso

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Non-gaming revenue could reach MOP112 billion by 2025


Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) estimates non-gaming revenue could reach MOP 112 billion by 2025, in a newly presented tourism plan, local medi

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Donaco offers hand in development of Lao Cai airport


Australia-listed Donaco International Ltd has expressed interest in joining the development of the Lao Cai airport, in the northern mountainous provin

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Maharashtra concentrates on MICE tourism, new casinos


Maharashtra will be focusing on MICE tourism, with plans to set up a promotion Board specifically for MICE tourism in the state, local media reports.

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Chinese tourists down 30-40 percent over long weekend


Only 30 percent of Macau’s hotel rooms have been booked by tourists from Mainland China over the three day long weekend from April 30 to May 2, loca

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Macau TPI falls, hotel rates to blame


Macau’s Tourist Price Index for the first quarter of 2016 decreased 6.7 percent year on year, mainly due to lower hotel rates, says Macau’s Statis

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Macau fourth quarter GDP down 14.4 percent


Macau’s fourth quarter GDP fell 14.4 percent in 2015, caused by the continuous decline of inbound tourism and gaming services due to China’s anti-

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