Motor World Macau, The First Public Fair In Macau

Motor World Macau, the first public fair in Macau devoted to high performance vehicles, will take place 16 – 18 November 2007 at the exhibition centre of The Venetian Macao Resort. This new event is being organised by Messe Frankfurt to showcase luxurious super cars, sports utility vehicles, professional racing cars and motorcycles to auto-enthusiasts from all over the Greater China region. Coinciding with the 54th Macau Grand Prix, this show will become a major entertainment event, bringing together car lovers, makers and dealers.

Motor World Macau exhibits will cover all aspects of the auto industry, including high performance vehicles, publications and car magazines, motor sports events and services, racing clubs and teams, motor products as well as motor education & training. Being one of the major events in the Macau's exhibition calendar, this show will attract affluent motor-sports fans and car lovers, especially from South China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. This will be an excellent business and networking platform for automobile manufacturers to launch their latest and upcoming models.

Macau's entertainment industry has blossomed in recent years. Coupled with strong and rapid economic growth, Macau is a self-styled Las Vegas of the East, with revenue from gambling surpassing Las Vegas in 2006 and is now drawing in commerce and tourism like never before. This unique city represents a lifestyle of luxury, glitz and leisure and it is becoming an attractive destination for the rich and fashionable. With its close proximity to southern parts of China and Hong Kong and easy transportation, Macau is extremely popular among tourists and leisure travellers.

The Macau Grand Prix is one of the most well known events in the racing world. It is a celebration of speed, an exhilarating programme that attracts auto fans from around the world. With Motor World Macau held at the same time, the numerous displays of luxury and super cars as well as the specialised fringe programmes will surely help draw in more auto enthusiasts. These two major motor events complement each other perfectly, adding great excitement in the month of November.

Special events to entertain visitors will be held during this three-day show including 'Motor-Sport TV Game Competition', a TV game zone where visitors can play car-racing games; and 'Mini Macau Grand Prix – Radio Control Car Experience', for those enthusiasts who want to experience the thrills of the Grand Prix Circuit. There will also be a 'Wine Café', a networking venue specially catered for our exhibitors, where they can talk business over a glass of wine.

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