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행사: 2024/3

Bask in Macao’s spring glow

As spring awakens the land, new events emerge across the city

March means a kaleidoscope of world-standard events. Of particular note is the Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of Macao's Return to the Motherland - "2024 Macao International Parade" (Mar 24th). Before that, the city welcomes the inaugural edition of the Macau International Comedy Festival (Mar 11th-18th).

The city's multicultural heritage is reflected in a number of events. Highlights include the Series of Celebratory Events for the Birth of Tou Tei (Mar 9th-13th), the latest iteration of a long-standing Chinese folk festival; the Indian culture-inspired Holi Festival 2024@Macau (Mar 23rd); and the Catholic Procession of the Dead Lord (Mar 29th).

As runners from near and far gather for the 2024 Sands China Macao International 10K race (Mar 17th), pop music aficionados will also be out in force for performances ranging from Aaron Kwok AMAZING DREAM Live in Macau (Mar 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th and 31st) to CYNDI WANG 'SUGAR HIGH' World Tour Concert In Macau (Mar 30th).

March offers an overall packed schedule for arts and culture fans, with events across the city ranging from Western orchestral music concerts to Cantonese opera presentations. All the programmes have been carefully chosen to create memorable experiences for visitors and locals alike, and to catch the upbeat mood brought by spring's arrival in the city.


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April in Macao is full of musical delights, from Aaron Kwok AMAZING DREAM Live in Macau (Apr 1st, 6th and 7th) to 2024 CNBLUE Live 'CNBLUENTITY' In Macau (Apr 13th). For classical music lovers, Macao Orchestra brings to you two strong line-ups: "Violin Prodigy Christian Li" (Apr 13th), featuring the rising violin star, and "Tribute to Rachmaninoff" (Apr 27th), with Hungarian conductor Gábor Káli and French pianist Marie-Ange Nguci.

Mark your calendar for the 12th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) (Apr 26th-28th) for the latest tourism-sector trends locally and internationally, and potential holiday ideas. For those keen on taking a dive into Macao's intangible cultural heritage, a visit to the Pak Tai Temple in Taipa village during the Feast of Pak Tai (Apr 10th-13th) is highly recommended.

Visitors seeking original gifts and souvenirs should definitely explore the the city's iconic Tap Siac Craft Market (Apr 18th-21st and 25th-28th). For sports enthusiasts, the ITTF Singles World Cups (Apr 15th-21st) invite some of the best international table tennis players from across the globe to compete in Macao.

Whether it is in music, culture, or sports. April in Macao promises to offer something for every taste.


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