One Day Macau Tour
Duration: 6 Hours
Overview: After the hotel pick up, visit the Statue of Kum Iam, the goddess of Mercy and then the Macau Tower. Explore the shops at the ground and the lower ground level or enter the observation deck at 61/F for a panoramic view of Macau and the Pearl River Delta at your own expense. Then visit the 400 year old A-Ma Temple, the most famous temple in Macau. After lunch, visit Macau landmark, Ruins of St. Paul and enjoy a walking tour from there down to Ladies Street and Senado Square. Try your luck at the world famous casino before returning back to the hotel.
City Tour & Macau Tower
Duration: 6 Hours
Overview: Experience the magic of Chinese and Portuguese cultures. Visit the Na Cha Temple and section of the Old City Walls built in 1569. Visit the Museum of Macau followed by Mount Fortress, once a principal military facility. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before proceeding to a Casino and The Temple of A-Ma. Your last stop will be at the Macau Tower, standing at 223m tall, to gaze over Macau's landmarks and historical sites. The tour will end at Macau Ferry Terminal.
Macau World Heritage Tour
Duration: 6 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Visit all of Macau's World Heritage Sites, including the A-Ma Temple, Lou Kau Mansion, St. Jose Seminary, St. Lawrence's Church, Lilau Square, Dom Pedro V Theatre, Leal Senado, St. Domingo Church, Na Tcha Temple, Fortaleza Do Monte and Museum of Santa Casa. Visit Macau's most famous landmark "Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral" and have a Portuguese style lunch before you are dropped off at Senado Square, surrounded by pastel-colored neo-classical buildings, creating a Mediterranean atmosphere where you can shop or relax.
Macau Night Tour
Duration: 3 Hours
Overview: See the newly developed attractions and heritages in Macau on this seat-in-coach tour. Visit the famous theme attraction, Macau Fisherman Wharf & Babylon Casino, which combines entertainment, accommodation, fine dining, retail, convention and exhibition facilities in one single location. See the Kum Lam Statue and Macau Tower and proceed to The Old Bakery, where you can buy different souvenirs and snacks. Next stop is the landmark of Macau - Ruins of St. Paul's, (1602) but damaged by fire in 1835.The fine art carvings and statues of the church miraculously can still be seen on the surviving facade. Then, go shopping at Duty Free Shop, followed by a visit of the Venetian Resort for shopping and visiting the casino. The tour will finish at Venetian Resort.
House of Dancing Water
Duration: At your own pace
Overview: One of the greatest attractions in Macau today is the House of Dancing Water show. This breathtaking show is staged in the purpose-built Dancing Water Theater which features approximately 2,000 seats and is designed by world renowned Sandi Pei of Pei Partnership.
A must-see experience, the House of Dancing Water has a stage pool that holds a record-breaking 3.7 million gallons of water, equivalent to 5 Olympic-sized swimming pools. This state-of-the-art theater provides the setting for an epic love story and spectacular journey through time, showcasing dazzling costumes, special effects and record breaking acts never seen before in a theater.