Macau Excursion

Activity 71 Mody Road, TST East, Kowloon, Hong Kong Published on: 06-06-2016

08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
First-time visit
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Highlight of the city
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Sightseeing
16.81 USD

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The name "Macau" , is derived from the name of a Chinese goddess, popular with seafarers and fishermen, known as A-Ma or Ling Ma. Macau is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Replic of China since 20 December, 1999 and will maintain its social and economical characteristics in accordance to the principle of “One country, two systems.”

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Why Macau Excursion is special ?

  • St.Paul's Ruins
  • Statue Of Kum Iam
  • Senado Square
  • Macau Tower
  • Kum Iam Temple
  • A-Ma Temple
  • Casino


What to explore at Macau Excursion?

ST. PAUL'S RUINS

All that remains of the greatest of Macau's churches is its magificent stone facade and grand staircase. The church was built in 1602, made of taipa and wood, was brillianty decorated and furnished. 

STATUE OF KUM IAM 

The statue is dedicated to Kum lam, the goddess of Mercy. It is 20 meters tall and made of bronze.  The construction cost was MOP 30 million.

SENADO SQUARE

A walking tour from St.Paul's way down to thecity centre, enclosed by the historical buildings of the St.Dominic's Church, Holy House of Mercy and the General post Office.  The square is a pedestrian zone. IT is inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005.

MACAU TOWER

The Macau Tower was designed by the New Zealand architect, Gordon Moller. It is 338 meters high and ranked the 11th highest in the world. (An option package at your own expense will offer you a panoramic view of the Peral River Delta on the observation deck, Level 61)

KUM IAM TEMPLE

This Buddhist temple dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy was founded in the 13th century and the present buildings date from 1627. It is one of the biggest and wealthiest of Macau’s temples with a hugh entrance gate and roofs clustered with porcelain figures.

A-MA TEMPLE

The temple is one the three oldest temples and most famous temples in Macau.  Built in 1488, the temple is dedicated to the Goddess of seafarers and fishermen Matsu.  The temple is one of the heritage sites of Macau being inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005.

CASINO

Macau has become known worldwide as East Las Vagas. In 2008, total revenues for the gaming and gambing sector were MOP 109 billion.  A short visit in oine of the famous casinos and try your luck.

Clothing factory outlets for shopping if time permits.

Gentlemen wearing shorts will be declined entry to casino


Addtional information

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 5 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability 
  • Not wheelchair accessible 
  • A small amount of walking is involved
  •  Please note that during the Christmas and New Year period there may be delays at immigration and re-routing of traffic around the major tourist areas 
  • Infants below the age of 1 are free of charge Residents of certain countries are required to obtain a visa prior to entry into Macau

Inclusion

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)
  • Lunch
  • Local guide
  • Transport by air-conditioned coach
  • Round-trip ferry
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges

Exclusion

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Macau Tower observation deck entry fee
  • Macau Visa if required

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42.74 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
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