Macau and HK explore ways to boost tourism

The Macau government says it is “exploring further cooperation opportunities” in regards to tourism with Hong Kong, according to a report from the government news bureau.

The issues were discussed during a meeting last Thursday held by the Working Group on Enhancing Hong Kong/Macao Economic Cooperation, held in Hong Kong at the Hong Kong SAR Government’s headquarters.

“Both sides have also agreed to strengthen a cooperation platform with Guangdong Province, in order to work closely to develop further a multi-destination travel model,” reports GCS.

The meeting included officials from the Macau Government Tourism Office; the Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute, the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau of Hong Kong; the Tourism Commission of Hong Kong; the Hong Kong Tourism Board; the Trade and Industry Department; InvestHK; and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council.

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