More than 39,000 tourist entries and exists reported on the final Ching Ming holiday

More than 297,000 entries and exits had been reported in Macau’s borders yesterday (Tuesday), the last day of the Ching Ming holiday period in Mainland China, the Public Security Police Force (CPSP) announced.

More than 39,000 entries and exists involved tourists, with 14,000 involving inbound visits.

The Ching Ming festival, which this year also fell on the same period as Easter Holidays, ran from April 2 to 5.

After a downturn in visitation between January and February as Covid-19 cases increased in Mainland China and travel restrictions were tightened, visitor numbers improved in March as most travel restrictions were eased, reaching a daily average between 40,000 and 50,000, the highest since the pandemic outbreak started.