Hangzhou hosts Macao culture, tourism promotional activities
Macao launches a culture and tourism promotional activity in Hangzhou from March 26 to 29. [Photo/hangzhou.com.cn]
Macao launched a culture and tourism promotional activity in Hangzhou from March 26 to 29, aiming to attract more visitors this year.
Hubin pedestrian street, which is widely known for its rich business environment, was spruced up by a replica of Macao's landmark building the Ruins of St. Paul. In addition, renowned hotels like Macao Galaxy, MGM, SJM, and the Londoner set up booths on the street, while renowned Macao snack food like almond cakes, egg rolls, sliced dried beef, salt flaky pastry, and crispy cookies were being sold.
Macao is currently following a preferential policy that tourists from the Chinese mainland that hold negative nucleic acid results within seven days of their arrival can enjoy tours that are free from the 14-day compulsory quarantine both entering Macao and going back to the mainland.
Direct flights between Macao and the cities of Hangzhou, Ningbo, Wenzhou, as well as Yiwu in Zhejiang province have resumed, with tickets available now on two-for-one sales. Tourists can also visit the official websites of Macao hotels, as well as travel websites like Fliggy and Ctrip to receive coupons or buy discount accommodation packages.
The Macao Week activity on Hubin pedestrian street from March 26 to 29 attracts crowds of visitors. [Photo/hangzhou.com.cn]