Just a one hour ride away by catamaran, experience the culture of Macau with this full day sightseeing tour.
As a Portuguese colony, Macau was administered by Portugal from the mid-16th Century. Portuguese traders settled there and Macau became an important trading port.
As the last remaining European colony in China, Macau was reunited with China in 1999. Under Chinese rule Macau was made a Special Administrative Region.
Macau used to be the oldest European settlement in the Orient but is better known these days as the "Las Vegas of the East".
During your day in Macau, you will be able to see for yourself how the influence of the Portuguese is still very evident today and also a chance to try out some popular local treats.
Tour Availability: Tour available daily except for selected dates.
Meeting Time: From 07.30am - Please be at meeting point at least 15min before departure time.
Pick up times and drop off times are approximate and subject to change. Client will need to contact resort office at least 24hrs prior to departure to reconfirm.
Drop off Time: From 18.30pm
Duration: 11hrs approx
Meeting Point: You will be picked up from your hotel or a close centrally located meeting point.
Inclusions: Return Transportation from downtown hotels, English Speaking Guide, Buffet Style Lunch
Exclusions: Macau Visa, Macau Tower Observation deck (Optional) and any other services not mentioned above.
Additional Information: Tour not suitable for passengers with mobility problems/wheelchair users.
Please note: This tour requires a minimum of2 passengers to operate. If minimum numbers are not reached you will be contacted to rearrange for a different date and if not possible the tour might be cancelled in resort.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Please note clients are required to bring their passport on the tour. Macau Visa might be required and is not included in the price of the tour. Macau Entry Visa is 100HK$ Approximate. This is with the exception of passport holders from Bangladesh, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka who are required to obtain a visa prior to their visit to Macau.