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Macau

Ruins of St. Paul
Ruins of St. Paul
Macau Cityscape
Macau Cityscape
Kun Iam Temple
Kun Iam Temple
City Square
City Square
Venetian Resort
Venetian Resort
Ruins of St. Paul
Ruins of St. Paul
Venetian Resort
Venetian Resort
Crowne and Venetian Casinos
Crowne and Venetian Casinos
A Ma Temple
A Ma Temple
3 Days 2 Nights Macau Package
Head on to the perfect entertainment and gaming destination in Southeast Asia, Macau. This former Portuguese colony is dubbed as the Las Vegas of the East. It has everything from the luxury casinos, breathtaking statues, and designer stores. Sample the distinct flavors of the many Macanese dishes and explore the amazing city lights at night. Macau depicts the unique blend of Chinese and Portuguese culture through its century-old Cathedrals, old temples, and ancestral grave sites.
Overview
Apart from its well-known status as a leading gaming destination in Asia, Macau also offers many amazing surprises. Your trip to Macau includes accommodation, daily breakfast, roundtrip hotel to airport transfers and guided city tours. Visit heritage sites A-ma Temple, Kun Iam Temple, and Ruins of St. Paul Church. Afterwards, proceed to the Macau Tower for outdoor picture taking, pass by and see the City of Dreams, city's leading commercial hub; City Square, and the Venetian Resort, the world's biggest casino.
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Location: Manila to Macao,Macau

Travel: (Manila to Macao) Two (2) hours and ten (10) minutes via air travel

Must Try

  • Gaming and entertainment activities at the Venetian Macau and City of Dreams.
  • Historical tour to Ruins of St. Paul's, A-Ma Temple and Kun Lam Temple
  • Shopping at City of Dreams and native store
  • Leisurely stroll at City Square
  • See the Macau Tower

Must See

  • A-ma Temple - Hosts a variety of pavilions built in honor of the different deities. The Temple exemplifies the rich diversity of the Chinese cultures influenced by other prominent religions like Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism.
  • Kun Iam Statue - A beautiful bronze statue dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy in Chinese Buddhism. At the foot of the statue is the Kun Iam Ecumenical Centre, a lotus-shaped dome where tourists can learn about Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism literature.
  • Ruins of St. Paul's - Facade of Church of Mater Dei built in the early 16th century and was destroyed by fire in 1835 and ruins of St. Paul's College, both of which are Jesuit constructions.
  • Macau Tower - One of the world's tallest towers and is a top entertainment, leisure and shopping destination in Macau. The tower has high-speed elevators that will take tourists to the observation deck that offers a stunning panoramic view of Macau and its surrounding areas. With its modern halls and well-appointed facilities, the Macau Tower has been known to host conferences, events and exhibits for companies and organizations.
  • City of Dreams - The entertainment capital of Macau boasting luxurious hotels, world-class restaurants, leading international fashion brands and spectacular shows.
  • City Square - Constructed by the colonial rulers of Macau back in the early 19th century, the Senado Square showcases the amazing fusion of Chinese and Portuguese through the classical buildings contemporary architectural styles and the delicately designed pavements. It is a favorite venue for festivals and public activities and is a popular destination in Macau.
  • Venetian Resort - This luxury hotel and casino resort is the ultimate entertainment destination in Asia and recognized as the world's largest casino.

Local Eats

  • Bacalhau (codfish) - One of the Macau's most popular Portuguese dishes. Fish is sliced, soaked in water and may be cooked in many ways - baked, boiled, grilled or stewed.
  • Galinha Portuguesa - Oven-baked chicken with egg, curry, saffron onions and potatoes.
  • Linguado Macau - Fried Macau sole (flatfish) served with other sea food and topped with salad greens and cheese.

Day 01

Arrive at Macau airport where you’ll meet with a driver who will transfer you to the hotel for your 2 pm check-in time and then an overnight stay.

Day 02

Have some breakfast and then prepare for the city tour. Begin the adventure with a visit to the A-Ma Temple (or Kun Lam Temple), one of the oldest of Taoist Temples within the country. Move on to the Ruins of St. Paul Church, once the biggest Catholic church in all of Asia before a typhoon caused it to burn down. Check out Macau Tower as well and appreciate the beauty of the modern architecture. You’ll also get to visit famous native stores, the Senado Square, and luxury casino. Return to the hotel after the tour and rest easy.

Day 03

Have some breakfast before enjoying some free time to yourselves. By 12 noon, get ready to check-out and proceed to your ride which will take you over to the airport for a flight back home.

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Itinerary is subject to change without prior notice due to availability and weather conditions.

  • Rate is person based on double occupancy and subject to change without prior notice
  • Applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons
  • Rate does not include airfares and is valid until December 15, 2019 only
  • Other terms and conditions apply
Hotel Sintra
Duration: 3 Days /2 Nights Package Inclusions:
  • Two (2) nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast
  • Roundtrip airport transfers (SIC)
  • Macau City Tour with lunch: St. Paul Ruins, Senado Sq. and a local cake shop and transfer to Venetian Resort, Macau Tower Observation Deck (entry ticket not included)

SIC - seat in coach

from
USD439
per person
Studio City Macau
Duration: 3 Days /2 Nights Package Inclusions:
  • Two (2) nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast
  • Roundtrip airport transfers (SIC)
  • Macau City Tour with lunch: St. Paul Ruins, Senado Sq. and a local cake shop and transfer to Venetian Resort, Macau Tower Observation Deck (entry ticket not included)

SIC - seat in coach

from
USD499
per person