More than ever, Macau offers something old, something new, something different. Macau is a fascinating destination rich in history and culture, a combination of centuries old Portuguese and Chinese customs, traditions and celebrations. For more than 450 years travelers have been coming to Macau, seeking adventure and sanctuary, knowledge and excitement, pleasure and trade. And they found far more than they expected at what was once the most important commercial and cultural crossroad between Europe and Asia.

Magical Macau

Land Only Private Tour

Duration : 4 DAYSPrice : FROM $560Country : HONG KONG / MACAU
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Macau By Bight
Church of Our Lady of Carmo, MacauStatue of Goddes Kum Iam, MacauMacau Fisherman's wharf, MacauSenado Square, MacauHoly House of Mercy, MacauA-Ma Temple, Macau

More than ever, Macau offers something old, something new, something different. Macau is a fascinating destination rich in history and culture, a combination of centuries old Portuguese and Chinese customs, traditions and celebrations. For more than 450 years travelers have been coming to Macau, seeking adventure and sanctuary, knowledge and excitement, pleasure and trade. And they found far more than they expected at what was once the most important commercial and cultural crossroad between Europe and Asia.

Included in the price

  • Your choice of three night accommodation with private facilities including service charges
  • Daily buffet breakfast at hotel
  • Economy class fery ticket to/from Macau from Hong Kong
  • Arrival and departure hotel shuttle transfer to/from Hotel
  • Half day seat-in-coach tour with lunch
  • C-Zone Ticket to the House of Dancing Water performance. (upgrade to A/B zone available at additional charge) Note: Closed on Tue/Wed

Day 1: Arrival at Macau

Travel by Turbo jet from Hong Kong to Macau, upon arrival, transfer by shuttle bus to the hotel of your choice. Rest of the day at leisure.

Day 2: Macau

Spend half a day touring the highlights of Macau, drive by the Statue of Goddess Kum Iam and Macau Tower. Visit the sites that has inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2005, stop at the A-Ma Temple, Ruins of St Paul's, then a walking tour to Senado Square enclosed by the historical buildings of the St. Dominic's Church, Holy House of Mercy and the General Post Office. This evening, enjoy the Macau's must-see spectacular water-based performance "House of the Dancing Water". (B/L)

Day 3: Macau

Day at leisure to marvel at this amazing destination that preserves a multicultural heritage alongside state-of-the-art facilities, and discover that Macau offers something old...something new... and something different. (B)

Day 4: Depart Macau

Transfer to the ferry terminal for your Turbo jet to Hong Kong (B)

Macau

Macau

Macau tourism has skyrocketed over recent years thanks to a new image as the so-called Las Vegas of the East – Macau has a special advantage as casinos are not legal in mainland China or nearby Hong Kong. Home to the world's largest casino and raking in more money from gambling than anywhere else across the globe, Macau is an exciting holiday for high-rollers or anyone who wants to try their luck at a game of chance. A Portuguese colony until the late 1990s, Macau is a vibrant blend of Mediterranean and Chinese cultures, with hanzi-emblazoned signs glittering outside opulent colonial buildings. Macau's two very different sides offer a sensory feast in the jingling, flashing gaming precincts and the European-influenced, historic villages.
LaCity Travel - Traveler Tips for Macau

ACCOMMODATION: There is no shortage of accommodation choices in Macau with multi-million dollar international 5 star luxury to Portuguese style inns and guesthouses. Many are masterpieces of design and architecture and contain fine restaurants, nightclubs, theatres and sophisticated health spas that provide guests with the ultimate holiday experience.   

CLIMATE / WEATHER: With a tropical climate, visitors can expect a moderate to hot climate with temperatures ranging from 16-25C and humidity between 75%-90%. The autumn months of (Oct-Dec) is the favored time to visit Macau when the days are sunny and warm and humidity levels are low. Winter time (Jan-Mar) is usually sunny and cold and from April-Sep the humidity keeps rising as temperatures are hot and humid with occasional tropical storms.

MONEY: The pataca (written as MOP) is pegged to the Hong Kong dollar and freely circulates in Macau. Foreign currency and travelers cheques can be changed in hotels, banks and authorized exchange outlets which are located throughout the city. Most major credit cards are accepted in hotels, shops and restaurants and hotels.  

ELECTRICITY: 220V throughout Macau with major hotels providing adaptors if required. 

SHOPPING:  Like Hong Kong, Macau is a free port and imported goods are generally taxed at a lower rate, so prices are cheaper. Garment manufacturing is popular with great bargains in factory seconds and overruns on designer like labels. Chinese antiques and reproductions, carved chests, traditional handicrafts, ceramic and silk embroidery are also popular buys. If time allows, another ‘shopping mecca’ is just across the border in Zhuhai which can be accessed from the Barrier Gate with your China visa issued on the spot in only a few minutes. Always busy, but you will certainly find bargains in designer clothes, toys, electronic gadgets, sporting goods, leather and fashion accessories.

ENTERTAINMENT: If it is adrenalin rush entertainment you are looking for then Macau has this covered with a visit to the Macau Tower and Sky Jump. Eating out in Macau is a treat! From quaint tea houses to Portuguese style cafes and restaurants to the more upmarket venues scattered around the city, the cuisine of Macau certainly keeps visitors busy with variety. Outlying islands provide a more tranquil escape whilst the buzz of Fisherman’s Wharf is non-stop entertainment at its best. With live music, glitzy bars, five star hotels, casinos, local pubs and discos, the pace of Macau’s nightlife is seriously exhilarating.

TRAVEL INSURANCE: All passengers must have comprehensive travel insurance. You can complete this with LaCity Travel if you wish. Check your Travel Insurance Policy for an Emergency number and details of services to be provided, Carry these details with you.   

Regency Hotel

$560

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Hotel Sintra

$570

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Grand Emperor Hotel

$620

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Grand Lisboa Macau

$1045

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Pousada de Soa Tiago

$1110

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Terms and Conditions 
1. Price are in AUD, subject to the availabilities and per person twin-share price.
2. Valid to travel till 31 March 2018.
3. Prices are not applicable during Macau Grand prix, Friday and Saturday nights and Public Holidays.