The number of visitors arriving in Macau reached 789,407 in July, up 49.4% versus June and almost 1,000% higher than July 2020. However it remains well below the 3.5 million who arrived in the same month in 2019.
According to information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC), the number of overnight visitors in July was 412,735 and same-day visitors 376,672, with an average length of stay between them of 1.8 days.
Of the 789,407 total visitor arrivals in July, 684,435 were from mainland China with 293,927 travelling under the Individual Visit Scheme. Visitors from the nine Pearl River Delta cities in the Greater Bay Area totalled 426,991, of whom 49.8% came from Zhuhai.
Land arrivals again dominated the tally at 684,435, with just 82,583 arriving by air and 22,389 by sea.
For the first seven months of 2021 combined, Macau visitor arrivals are up 41.1% to 4,717,236, with average length of stay at 1.6 days.