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Macau Day Trip from Hong Kong
"After your driver picks you up from your hotel head to the ferry terminal to board a catamaran or jetfoil. Enjoy the 60-minute ride and admire the landscapes of both Hong Kong and Macau.Upon arrival in Macau a former Portuguese colony begin your full-day sightseeing tour with a scenic drive along the Guia Circuit where the Macau Grand Prix is held annually. Located along the Macau Peninsula the street circuit is considered one of the world’s most challenging circuits due to its elevation gain and tight corners.Stop at Kun Iam Temple – where Marco Polo studied Buddhism – and gaze at the statue of Kum Iam
From HKD1,053.00
 
Day Tour to Macau with Hotel Pickup in Hong Kong Island
"The pickup time is from 7:30am to 7:50am. Your tour guide will pick you up at your hotel lobby. You will board on 8:45am ferry to Macau. After the day tour you will be transferred back to your hotel.PLACES TO VISIT IN MACAU:TEMPLE OF A-MA (UNESCO HERITAGE): The temple was built 400 years ago in homage to a girl who saved A seamen's life.  RUINS OF ST. PAUL'S: Rema built in the early 17th century SECTION OF THE OLD CITY WALLS (UNESCO HERITAGE): A remnant of an early Portuguese tradition of constructing defensive walls around their port settlements built in 1569. MOUNT FORTRESS (UNESCO HERITAGE): It was built in conjunction with the Jesuits form 1617 to 1626. MACAU TOWER (Admission on own expenses) CASINO: Casinos in Macau offer a large variety of casi Causeway Bay Empire Hotel Wanchai Fenwick Pier Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong Gloucester Luk Kwok Hotel Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Harbour Grand Hong Kong Harbour Plaza North Point Holiday Inn Express Causeway Bay HK Metropark Hotel
From HKD990.00
 
Group Day Tour to Macau from Hong Kong with Hotel Pickup in Kowloon Area
"After getting picked up at your hotel in Kowloon head to the ferry terminal where you'll board a boat for the scenic 1-hour ride to Macau. Enjoy the sights and the placid ambience during the ride. Once in Macau a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site hit the historic center learning about the history of the area and about its past as a Portuguese colony. Some of the legendary landmarks you may encounter include the 400-year-old A-Ma Temple the ruins of 17th-century St. Paul's the old city walls
From HKD990.00

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Festivals

As well as decorations about horses Chinese New Year decorations consist of colourful fruit, flower, plant and red packet displays. We love to go to Macau for Chinese New Year. There is always lots...
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Our Lady Of Penha

Unlike Hong Kong, Macau retains a lot of its historical heritage. Despite the fact that it is getting taken over by huge numbers of casino developments, it is still possible to escape from these and...
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Miradors

One legacy of the Portuguese in Macau is that there are lots of little lookout points dotted around the hillsides. We noticed several on our trip up Penha Hill. Near the church there was a lookout...
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Balcones

I love the old Macau houses with balconies, especially the ones enclosed behind long metal bars. They are quite picturesque and well worth having a look at. There are lots around the Barra and Penha...
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Bird Walking

In both Macau and Hong Kong most people live in small, cramped apartments. Few people can have the luxury of having a big pet so caged birds or pet fish are popular. It is a common practice in both...
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Portuguese Architecture

With the Portuguese present in Macau from the 16th century until 1999, one would expect a huge diversity in architectural styles, similar to Hong Kong. In truth, Macau rapidly lost its prestige and...
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Jan 05, 2011
 
 
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Calçadas

In addition to azulejos, Macau’s Portuguese feel is enhanced by calçadas, or the typically Portuguese cobblestone streets. As in Lisbon, it is quite easy to find examples of black and white patterns...
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mikey_e
Jan 05, 2011

Azulejos

In addition to Mannerist and Baroque architecture and calçadas (cobblestone streets), azulejos are a typically Portuguese art form that has been very successfully exported to Macau. Azulejos are found...
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mikey_e
Jan 05, 2011

Square pieces of meat

I noticed that there were many stores selling these one foot by one foot pieces of meat. It looked like beef jerky, but about a centimeter thick. Depending on how big you want the pieces, the store...
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klj&a
May 08, 2010

Traditional Games and Toys

Saw this illustration as display inside the Macau Museum. Seeing those games, we can really trace some of our own sets of games from the Chinese. We have a modified games like that here in the...
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i-s-a
Nov 22, 2007

HongKong Dollar

Although it's likely to be a slight disadvantage... it's better just to spend in HKD so dun bother with changing Macau dollars because I was told you can't get it changed back to your home currency as...
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justagirlinasia
Jun 30, 2007

Cobbled Streets

Macau has very beautiful cobbled streets. The government has made great efforts in preserving this as seen in the main picture where men are repairing even a small patch of ruined tiles.My mom used to...
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i-s-a
Nov 22, 2006

King of the Road

If in the Philippines we have the "jeepneys" ... in Thailand, they have the "tuk-tuk" ... in Cambodia, the "bicycles" ... in Macau, the king is the "scooters"! They are everywhere so be careful when...
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i-s-a
Nov 22, 2006

Small Altars

Small altars outside the homes and shops are a common sight. You'll see flowers, sometimes fruits and incense being offered here. Macau is rich in culture where Christianity and Buddhism co-exist in...
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i-s-a
Nov 21, 2006

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The Parisian

The Parisian Hotel is the latest addition to the Macau hotel and casino scene. It is owned by the Las Vegas Sands Group. The hotel is new to Macau. It officially opened on the 13th of September 2016....
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Senate Square

There is always something going on in the lovely, but eternally busy, Largo Senado. On this visit it was beautifully decorated for the year of the horse and was stunningly illuminated at night. Well...
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Catch a show

Macau is the Las Vegas of South East Asia. It is becoming more and more popular to come here to catch a show in one of the many hotels. We just went to our first ever Macau show. We saw the excellent...
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Hotels

The Hotel Lisboa has been around for a long time and is a well known Macau landmark. It was built in the late 1960s and was owned by Stanley Ho. Even with all the competition, the Hotel Lisboa still...
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The Venetian Hotel

The Venetian Macau is owned by the Las Vegas Sands Group and has a sister hotel in Las Vegas - The Venetian, Las Vegas. The Venetian has the largest casino in the world. The Venetian first opened for...
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The Mandarin's House

Once again I got carried away on the photo front, but who can blame me it was so pretty. Opening Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (No admission after 5.30 p.m. closed on Wednesdays, except public...
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"M A C A U - more than just casinos"
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"Revisiting an old friend"
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"Macau.."
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"Macau Challenge"
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"MACAU"
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