You will be picked up at your hotel in Hong Kong in the morning and take a boat to go to Macau. Upon we arrive there, we will firstly visit the [Na Tcha Temple]. This Chinese traditional style temple was built for worshipping Na Tcha (a mythical character). This temple became a World Heritage in 2005.
We then go to the old [City Wall]. This surviving segment of City Wall was built in 1569. It is a remnant of an early Portuguese tradition of constructing defensive walls around their port settlements. This Old City Walls became a World Heritage in 2005.
We will get to know more about Macau’s history and culture from visiting the [Museum of Macau] that exhibits Macau's history, people and culture, emphasizing the bi-culture of the place.
Then next visit will be the [Mount Fortress]. The fortress was Macau's principal military defense structure which was built conjunction with the Jesuits form 1617 to 1626. The fortress covers an area of 10,000 square meters and in the shape of a trapezoid. It became a World Heritage in 2005.
The [Temple of A-ma] was built 400 years ago in homage to a girl who saved seamen's life. Macau was later named by the Portuguese settlers in mid-16th Century. This temple also became a World Heritage in 2005.
Eventually, let’s try our luck to go to a casino! Casinos in Macau offer a large variety of casino games that give versatile entertainment to visitors. There’s no reason to hesitate, it’s just a try!
After all the visits, we will take a ferry back to Hong Kong.
* Price is in US dollar. It may vary a little bit according to US dollar exchange rate fluctuation, car fuel price change and government tax adjustment, etc.
* The price is only for your reference and it is subject to seasons, high or low.Please send us your inquiry if you are interested.
A. Personal English-speaking Guide
B. Experienced Driver + comfortable Private car/van/bus for the driving part
C. Admission fee for the attractions enclosed in the square brackets in the itinerary.
D. Meal specified in the itinerary.
A. Gratuities, Tips to local people, the guide and driver
(Although not compulsory, if you think your guide and driver have done a good job at the end of the tour, we suggest you tip them at you own decision to show your appreciations.)
B. Other Personal Expenses.
How to Dress (only for reference):
Comfortable walking shoes
Long, loose and comfortable pants
Shorts for summer months (June – September)
Warm clothes (Fleece, Jacket, hat and gloves etc.) for Nov-April
Umbrella or waterproof jacket in a cloudy day or rainy day
Cover for backpack or plastic bags to keep clothes dry in case of rain
What to Bring (only for reference):
Wet wipes / Moist towelettes
Sun hat, Sun block, Sunglasses
Camera, film and memory chip, battery