Sands China occupancy reaches 90% over Labour Day break

Sands China president Wilfred Wong.
Sands China president Wilfred Wong.

Sands China’s president, Wilfred Wong, has revealed that the occupancy rate and tourist spending was up during the Labour Day break.

Macau.- Casino operator Sands China Ltd has reported an occupancy rate of 90 per cent for the Labour Day break.

Sands China president, Wilfred Wong said that although there were fewer tourists than on previous holidays, people spent more and stayed longer.

Some 165,500 tourists came to Macau during the Labour Day break, with a peak of 44,000 arrivals on the first day.

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) reported Macau an average occupancy rate of 83.2 per cent for hotels and guest houses.

Wong also referred to the Londoner Court opening. He said it was undergoing the government licensing process and that he hopes to launch the venue before Golden Week starting October 1

The Londoner Court is part of the Londoner Macao complex whose first phase was opened in February.

Wong stated: “If the patrons are coming in a large number, we could launch it faster; if it is not, we could launch it at a slower pace.”

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