Macau Targets Malaysians with Bus Tour

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 7 September 2009

The Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) last week launched an innovative 'Experience Macau Bus Tour' marketing campaign in Malaysia.

The colorful Experience Macau Bus has embarked on a tour around major cities and towns throughout Malaysia for a period of one month. It will promote tourism to the vibrant SAR, showcasing all the attributes which help to make Macau such a unique and interesting place to visit.

"As a result of a centuries-old crossroads between the East and West, Macau today is an intoxicating blend of both. Macau lets you experience its multicultural environment and world heritage sites that make Macau so unique", said Tunku Dato' Seri Iskandar Tunku Abdullah, the MGTO Representative in Malaysia. "Even though Macau is compact, there's so much to do, and so much to see, that a holiday in Macau will be one that you'll never forget."

In conjunction with the Experience Macau Bus Tour around Malaysia, there will be activities, special promotions and giveaways.

Those who purchase a Macau holiday package, will be able to join the Double Celebration Draw and stand a chance to win daily prizes. They will also have the chance to win the Grand Draw, which includes a luxurious holiday package for two to Macau, with accommodation at the Four Seasons Hotel Macau, the MGM Grand Macau or the Venetian Macau Resort-Hotel plus show tickets to "Zaia", the dazzling Cirque du Soleil performance.

At present, AirAsia provides 21 times weekly direct services between Kuala Lumpur and Macau, and also 3 times weekly services direct from Penang and Kuching to Macau and 4 times weekly services direct from Kota Kinabalu to Macau.

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