The Macau government announced that the quarantine period for those entering from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and other foreign regions will be shortened to 10 days of medical observation followed by 7 days of self-health monitoring effective June 15.
Travellers will be required to take five nucleic acid Covid-19 tests within the seven days of monitoring following their ten days of isolation at a medical observation hotel.
Andy Wu Keng-kuong, President, Macau Travel Industry Council, said that the industry welcomes relaxed regulations. They are optimistic that the epidemic will continue to stabilise, attracting tourists from Hong Kong and Taiwan who have accounted for a significant proportion of Macau’s tourism.
Comments are closed.
Reopening updates
Japan to open to tourists after COVID, with masks, insurance…
New Zealand reopens to travellers after two years
Portugal welcomes back Indian travellers
Cambodia cuts quarantine period for unvaccinated travellers
Valet / Bell Station
Travel Executive
Vacation Travel Manager REMOTE
Remote Corporate Travel Agent Flexible Hours Full/Part time
Princess Cruises marks year-round sailings from Los Angeles
London’s Heathrow Airport imposes capacity cap of 100,000…
What’s new at Hamad International Airport? Qatar Airways’…
Emirates unveils codeshare partnership with Air Canada
Welcome, Login to your account.
Sign in with Google
Recover your password.
A password will be e-mailed to you.
Welcome back, Log in to your account.
Recover your password.
Be part of our community of seasoned travel and hospitality industry professionals from all over the world.


Shop Sephari