May 2022
MGTO is organising a series of activities for visitors to enjoy during the Labour Day holiday
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Exciting activities welcome visitors to Macao during the Labour Day holidays

To welcome this year’s Labour Day holidays in Mainland China (30th April to 4th May), the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is arranging a series of exciting programmes and activities. It is also actively promoting an image of safe and quality travel to attract tourists to consume in Macao and experience the city’s diverse array of tourism features.

In addition to the “Light Up Macao Drone Gala 2022” - which takes place in early May, MGTO is organising guided tours around special locations within the city’s districts during the Labour Day holiday. Experience the “Cotai Historic Buildings Guided Tour Programme”, the “Subsidy Programme for Maritime Tourism - Tour of Rua da Praia do Manduco”, the “Pleasure in Central and South District”, the “Splendid Island - Community Tourism guided tour” and the “Discovering Macao - Community Tourism guided tour”. These tours focus on enriching the tourist’ experience in Macao and on promoting community tourism, coastal tourism and consumption. Other attractions include the augmented reality (AR) tour of the Macao Grand Prix Museum and the chance to enjoy a newly opened Grand Prix-themed café.

In addition, the MAK MAK Light Rapid Transit Pass is being relaunched. From now on, passengers arriving in Macao and using an Air Macau “NX” flight code can present their boarding passes and valid travel documents at the Passenger Information Counter in the arrivals hall or the Air Macau Ticket Counter in the departure hall at Macau International Airport to get a special Macao Light Rail ticket for unlimited travel on the Macao Light Rail over three days.

MAK MAK Light Rapid Transit Pass Video

Visitors arriving from Guangdong Province via the Zhuhai-Macao checkpoints or by sea must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 nucleic acid test that was taken up to 72 hours after the date of sampling. During the Labour Day holiday, MGTO is conducting patrols at various tourist spots and ports of entry across the city’s districts, as well as overseeing measures taken by hotels against the pandemic. MGTO’s tourism hotline (853) 2833 3000 maintains a 24-hour operator service.

Visitors can obtain the latest travel information via MGTO’s website at

Address:Alameda Dr. Carlos d’Assumpção, nºs 335-341, Edifício “Hot Line”, 12º andar, Macau
Tel:(853) 2831 5566
Fax:(853) 2851 0104
Tourism Hotline:(853) 2833 3000
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