The tourism departments of Macau, Hong Kong and Guangdong province in China have come together to woo Indian travellers.
“India is a huge market for us. Lots of tourists go to Hong Kong and Macau from here. Now they can also go to Guangdong. Every destination has its own strength. We are complimenting each other,” said Mei Qijie, Deputy Chairman of the Tourism Administration of Guangdong province (GDPTA).
Mei was speaking in Delhi on Wednesday where the GDPTA was holding promotional activities in partnership with the Macau Government Tourist Office, and the Hong Kong Tourism Board.
Patrick Kwok, General Manager of Business Development at the Hong Kong Tourism Board, said all the three destinations would offer a wide range of hotels ranging from budget to luxury, and efforts are being made to provide vegetarian and Jain food.