China to resume Macau package tours, e-visas

Sunday, 25 Sep, 2022 0

Macau Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng announced package tours from mainland China will restart to the SAR in November.

Additionally, e-visas will restart from late October or early November.

Both measures will help revive the tourism-reliant economy.

The package tours will be available from Guangdong, Fujian, Jiangsu Zhejiang and Shanghai.

It is hoped it will increase inbound daily visitor numbers to 40,000 from the current 20,000, Ho said.

Asked if there would be changes to Macau’s “7+3” quarantine requirement for inbound travellers from locations outside of mainland China, Mr Ho said the arrangement remains in place.

However, the quarantine requirement will remain in place for travellers from outside mainland China, even though Hong Kong has scrapped it.

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