The fournight agents famil focused on 2018 Macao

first_imgThe four-night agents famil focused on 2018 Macao Year of Gastronomy and the Asian centre’s UNESCO World Heritage sites.Waxing lyrical about their Macao experience, Susan Atike, sales manager of Air Tickets, praised the “fabulous food and amazing wine”, while Kirsten Denham, of Helloworld, described Macao as “good fun with many interesting facets to it”.Jacky Hui, of SDC Travel, said the Macao hotels were ‘awesome’, and the food and service were top quality.“I’d strongly recommend Macao to our customers as one of most attractive destinations,” he said on his return.In Macao (L-R) – Jacky Hui (SDC Travel), Carol Sit (Tara International Travel), Lily Ly (VN Holidays), Wendy Lin (Honeyworld Travel), Michael Zhang (Webjet), Susan Atike (Air Tickets), Kim Robertson (Inter Asia), Kate Lawton (House of Travel NZ), Kirsten Denham (Helloworld), Rahul Sharma (Exotic Holidays NZ), Sam Chen (Helen Wong’s Tours) and Craig Hunt (MGTO) agentsfamilMacao Nine Aussie agents, together with two agents from New Zealand, were treated to a recent Macao famil that included attending the 6th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo, held at the Venetian and locally referred to as MITE.Organised by Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), and co-ordinated by Macau Travel Agency Association, the exhibition attracted 40,120 visitors and 305 industry buyers, culminating in almost 40 signed agreements. The expo highlighted the strengths of Macao as a Sino-Portuguese platform and a major hub along the Maritime Silk Road, as well as its role in facilitating co-operation across the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area.last_img


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