703,000 visit Macau between 1st and 4th day of CNY

2024-02-14 13:52     Comment:0


     Macau recorded a total of 703,098 visitor arrivals between the first (Saturday) and fourth day (yesterday) of the Chinese New Year, according to Public Security Police (PSP) immigration statistics announced today. 

    The figure exceeds Macau's population, which stood at 681,300 at the end of the third quarter of last year, according to the latest available demographics. 

  According to today's PSP data released through the Macau Government Information Bureau (GCS), Macau recorded 121,334 visitor arrivals on Saturday, 163,382 on Monday, 217,448 on Tuesday and 200,934 yesterday. 

   Today is Macau's last CNY public administration and bank holiday.  

    Temporary day-time crowd control measures have been imposed by the Public Security Police during the CNY holiday around the city's most tourist sports, the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ruins of St Paul's ("Dai Sum Ba" in Cantonese) and the peninsula's main thoroughfare, Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro (San Ma Lou). 

    Chinese New Year (CNY) holidaymakers visit Macau's main square, Largo do Senado ("Pun Soi Chi" in Cantonese), on Monday, the third day of the CNY - Photo: Carl Leong 

Click refresh authentication code