The special exhibition in “Celebrations of the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Macao Special Administrative Region” presented by Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), is open to the public in the exhibition hall of Ritz Building at Senado Square from today (25 July) until 20 September. Welcoming residents and visitors to a retrospective journey in seven chapters, the exhibition is a comprehensive and multifaceted display of Macao’s growing diversity of tourism resources and products under the successful implementation of the policy of “One Country, Two Systems” as well as the city’s fruitful development into a world centre of tourism and leisure.
The exhibition showcases the development of Macao’s tourism industry over the last two decades from 1999 until 2019 with seven chapters, including review of national policy and positioning, tourism statistics, tourism industry and city development, comprehensive tourism experience, tourism service system, tourism promotion as well as international and regional cooperation. Through multimedia ranging from writings, images, videos to statistical tables and more, the exhibition presents a comprehensive overview of significant events and milestones of Macao’s tourism industry, development planning, tourism facilities and products, destination promotions and external collaborative projects, among other aspects. Residents and visitors can gain deeper insights into the contribution of the tourism industry towards Macao’s economic growth.
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Macao SAR, MGTO unveiled the “Pavilion in Celebrations of the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Macao Special Administrative Region” at the 7th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (“MITE”) in late April. The exhibition is now relocated to Ritz Building and spiced up with interactive elements to attract more residents and visitors for a visual journey of the tourism development in Macao and its major role in advancing economic progress.
The exhibition grants free admission for locals and visitors at the exhibition hall on the ground floor of Ritz Building at Senado Square from today until 20 September. The opening hours are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.