SJM promoted its upcoming Grand Lisboa Palace venue at the “Macao Week in Hangzhou” roadshow.
China.- Sociedade de Jogos de Macau (SJM) was out promoting the return of tourism from China to Macau at last weekend’s Macao Week in Hangzhou roadshow.
The event aimed to promote Macau as a safe destination to visit post-pandemic. It was attended by an array of figures, including Macao Government Tourism Office director Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes.
SJM’s role in the event focused on promoting its upcoming Grand Lisboa Palace, giving visitors a chance to learn more about the development ahead of its anticipated launch this year.
SJM Chairman, Daisy Ho, said in a statement: “With the full support of the Central Government, the decisive anti-pandemic measures of the Macau SAR Government and the joint efforts of the entire community, Macau is now a safe tourist city.
“We are delighted to partner with the Macau Government in Hangzhou in promoting Macau tourism and rejuvenating our economy. The Lisboa brand, with a legacy of 50 years, is a pioneer in Macau’s tourism and leisure industry, closely connected with the development of the city.”
The government is soon to begin allowing the entry of non-residents with certain requirements.