By Macao Government Tourism Office on January 6, 2020


Kuala Lumpur, January 2020 – New year, new holiday! The year 2020 marks the iconic end of another decade, so why not treat yourself to a wonderful holiday at the vibrant city of Macao? Filled to the brim with all sorts of excitements, food, culture, and history, Macao is an enchanting holiday destination that will definitely offer something favourable for everyone!

“It’s All Here, Macao”

“It’s All Here, Macao”

Good news! To kick start the new year, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will be organising the “It’s All Here, Macao” roadshow which brings together AirAsia and travel agencies, Airlink Travel & Tour, Esplanade Holiday, and YL Travel & Tours, to offer exclusive deals to visitors. Happening from 10 to 14 January at LGCC, IOI City Mall, Putrajaya, this roadshow will be offering many amazing promos and deals that you will not want to miss! For example, the first 88 visitors who purchase a 2-night stay Macao travel package, on the spot, will receive Macao attraction tickets and shopping vouchers! For those who purchase a 1-night stay, you will take home shopping vouchers! That’s not all, there will also be travel accessories up for grabs, while stocks last. So, make sure you head down to the roadshow to cop these amazing deals and promos! Terms and conditions apply.


Other than that, from now until 17 January, travel lovers can enjoy promotional all-in AirAsia BIG Members fares from as low as RM199 for flights from Kuala Lumpur to Macao! Simply book on for travel periods from now until 31 August 2020. Terms and conditions apply.

The “It’s All Here, Macao” roadshow will also see a line-up of exciting events and activities for the whole family! Food lovers can rejoice as there will be delectable Macao snacks, such as Portuguese Tarts and Almond Cookies, which will be distributed to visitors for free. For those who have a knack for games, be sure to join in the fun by participating in the Dragon Boat Motion Game where you can compete amongst multiple players to see who can paddle the fastest to the finishing line.

For the artful visitors, don’t miss the brush painted cloth fan giveaway; and feel free to express your artistic flare in the Light Clay 12 Zodiacs workshop. Throughout the fun-filled day, the God of Prosperity (mascot) will also be making rounds to bless visitors with good fortune and auspiciousness for the New Year. With so many exciting activities awaiting you, this is definitely one roadshow that you don’t want to miss!

Newly launched Macao Light Rapid Transit which began its operation just last December

Newly launched Macao Light Rapid Transit which began its operation just last December.

Another excitement for Macao this 2020 is the newly launched Macao Light Rapid Transit (MLRT) which began its operation just last December, beginning with the opening of the Taipa Line! The Taipa Line consists of 11 stations which connects the three major sea, land, and airports in Macao, the city centre of Taipa, Taipa old village, and also tourist areas, making it so much easier for visitors to access various accommodation choices and attraction points around the city. This addition will definitely ensure visitors enjoy an even more fulfilling holiday experience in Macao!


This year, Macao will once again be bursting with various exciting cultural events and activities, such as the 19th Macao City Fringe Festival from 10 to 19 January, the Parade for the Celebration of Chinese New Year on 27 January and 1 February, the 31st Macao Arts Festival from 2 to 31 May, the 20th Macao Lotus Flower Festival from 5 to 14 June, the Macao International Dragon Boat Races on 20, 21, and 25 June, and many more.

20th Macao Lotus Flower Festival from 5 to 14 June

20th Macao Lotus Flower Festival from 5 to 14 June.

So, what are you waiting for? The cultural vibrancy and electrifying charm of this unique city is something you’ll never experience elsewhere! Give your 2020 an exciting start and visit Macao now for a holiday experience that you’ll never forget!

For more event details, visit Macao Tourism Malaysia’s Facebook page at



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