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Singapore Merlion

Singapore/South Korea travel corridor to start on Nov. 15

Singapore and South Korea have agreed to establish a quarantine-free travel corridor for fully vaccinated travellers from November 15.
Philippines, vaccinations, tourism

Philippines aiming to inoculate tourism industry by year end

The Philippines government has plans to inoculate all tourism industry workers against Covid-19 before the end of the year.
“Worst may be over” for Resorts World Genting: RHB

Genting Highlands to reopen as Malaysia hits 80% vaccination

Malaysia's Resorts World Genting and two other tourism destinations will be given the green light to reopen as the country expands its domestic travel...
Macau week Chengdu

MGTO pushes on with Mainland marketing with $17m in discounts

The Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will continue its marketing efforts in China next week with a five-day roadshow in Chengdu.

Chinese travel demand to outstrip tourism infrastructure by end-decade: Bernstein

Chinese outbound tourists will hit 200 million by 2030, which will outstrip the tourist infrastructure in terms of hotel rooms and flights, Bernstein says.
St. Paul Ruins, Macau

MGTO expects 25,000 visitors per day during Golden Week

Macau Government and Tourism Office director Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes is expecting visitor arrivals to exceed 25,000 per day during the October Golden Week holidays.
A Golden Week like no other – Few visitors and little gambling

Visitor arrivals in Macau surge nearly 50 percent in July m-o-m

The visitor arrivals in Macau have surged some 49.36 percent month-on-month in July as the city welcomed some 789,407 visitors.
Macau Studio City water park

Macau visitor spending rises in 2Q21 due to increase in arrivals

Macau reported a 15.9 percent quarter-on-quarter increase in total visitor spending in the second quarter of 2021, driven by an increase in visitor arrivals.

Macau authorities say it’s not a good time to open up to foreigners

Authorities in Macau on Tuesday said that it was not a good time to open up to foreigners, as Hong Kong further tightens its restrictions for entry.
Hong kong, macau, travel bubble

HK/Macau travel bubble positive, but don’t expect a gold rush

The travel bubble that is being discussed between Hong Kong and Macau would be a positive step in opening up the market, but wouldn’t necessarily lead to a surge in gross gambling revenue for the territory.