Mr. Zheng Weidong, Deputy Director of Macao Government Tourism Office; Mr. Zhou Zheng and Ms. Wang Jin, Deputy Directors of China Tourism Office in Singapore; Ms. Kong Yuan, Deputy Director of Singapore Chinese Cultural Center; Mr. Charles Tan, Secretary General of NATAS Executive Committee; Mr. Paul Huang, President of Tourism Service Innovation Association; Ms. Li Yanni, President of Customer Service Department of Macau Pass Group Holdings Co., Ltd.; Mr. Huang Zhiqiang, Vice President of Industry Operations of Macau Pass Travel Agency Co., Ltd.; representatives of Macau and Singapore travel agencies attended the event.
Ms. Li Yanni said that Macau Pass is honored to cooperate with Macau Leisure Tourism Innovation Association to launch the card. This Macau tourism-themed electronic consumer card can be used by tourists for shopping, dining, taking buses, light rail, etc. in almost all consumptions in Macau. It also provides Macau tourism information for tourists, so that tourists can experience the fun of traveling around Macau with one card. mPay is the largest e-wallet in the Macau payment market and a member partner of Alipay+, allowing Macau merchants to connect to 15 digital payment tools in the Asia-Pacific region in one stop, covering more than 1 billion consumers. Singapore has always been an important international market for Macau, and Macau Pass will continue to optimize the payment experience for tourists. Macau Pass hopes that the card can bring Singapore tourists the best travel memories in Macau.
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About Macau Pass SA
Macau Pass SA is a non-bank local financial institution with the scope of financial settlement and a credit institution qualified to issue cards in Macau. In 2007, Macau Pass launched Macau’s first contactless smart card “Macau Pass Card”, which is currently the largest contactless smart card and electronic payment system in Macau. Macau Pass introduced mobile payment to Macau in 2015 and launched the mPay application in 2018. It has become the most used payment application in Macau and is actively integrating more non-payment scenarios to serve local merchants, residents and tourists.For more information about Macau Pass, please visit https://www.macaupass.com