familMacaoMacao Tourism

first_imgfamilMacaoMacao Tourism Co-hosted by Virgin Australia, Consolidated Travel and the Macao Government Tourism Office, a group of Adelaide travel agents recently took part in a four-day famil in Macao which focused on the Asian centre’s mouth-watering cuisine as much as its UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites and neon-lit contemporary attractions.The educational visit also included a couple of evening shows (Cabaret Francaise and the Monkey King), with the group staying in the plush five-star Okura Hotel at the Galaxy.Food also played its part during the famil and, given that Macao is celebrating 2018 as the Year of Gastronomy in recognition of its designation as a UNESCO Creative City for its Portuguese-inspired Macanese cuisine, which dates back five centuries, the agents dined out on the delicious local fare, said to be one the world’s earliest forms of fusion food.IMAGE: At the steps to the iconic Ruins of St Paul’s church. L-R: Maryanne Perera-Treacy (MGTO Australia), Mai Nguyen (Goodway Travel), Michelle Kerr (GMT Travel), Frank Piantadosi (All Style Travel), Sherrie Butcher (Peregrine Travel), David Wright (Travel Prospects), Kristen Bertram (Consolidated Travel) and Joao Sales (MGTO).last_img read more