As a mega-scale integrated enterprise with deep roots in Macau, Wynn Macau has strived to push for various exchanges and cooperations between Macau and mainland China.

To further deepen the cooperation between Qingdao and Macau in the areas of culture, tourism and trade, and to support Macau’s diversified economic development, the company will hold the “The 2nd Macau-Qingdao Beer & Cultural Festival and the 1st Macau-Qingdao Week” at the lawn adjacent to Wynn Palace South Entrance between December 7 and December 31 opening from 6pm to 12am.

Ms. Linda Chen said: “Qingdao and Macau have enjoyed a close and enduring relationship. They enjoy the same synergies in terms of urban resources and tourism. This time we use ‘beer’ as the medium, joining hands for the first time with Qingdao to host ‘Macau-Qingdao Week’ to promote the development of twin-city cultural tourism and commercial exchanges.”

“At the same time, we engage enterprises in both places to explore product opportunities and business partnerships in Qingdao and Portuguese-speaking countries, promoting Macau as the service platform for economic and trade cooperation between mainland China and Portuguese-speaking countries.”

“With our own advantages, Wynn will fully support the SAR government’s ‘Tourism+’ policy with a view to turning the ‘Macau-Qingdao Beer & Cultural Festival’ and the ‘Macau-Qingdao Week’ into landmark tourism events for better steering Macau’s economy towards diversification.”

The MGTO Deputy Director Ricky Hoi present at the ceremony and speaking at the media mentioned that “The Macau-Qingdao Beer & Culture Festival hosted by Wynn Macau and to be held at the Cotai property is a great initiative to promote the tourism of Macau in the Mainland and foreign countries. Also, the increase of overseas visitors is very important for the development of Macau’s tourism industry in the upcoming years and MGTO expects the full support of the gaming concessionaires starting next year.”

Hoi also said: “However, Macau is still maintaining its “5+3” isolation policy for foreign countries, which is not very attractive to overseas visitors, but MGTO is preparing promotional activities targeting foreign visitors, especially from Hong Kong and Southeast Asia region to be launched after the pandemic restrictions are eased.”