A professional local guide leads you to explore Macau
The blending of the eastern and western culture
Monuments such as urban squares, streetscapes, churches
An Optional delicious local Portuguese lunch (HKD100pax)
Venetian Resort which is modelled on its sister casino resort
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Macau
Live commentary in English
Admission fees to Macau Tower observation deck
Lunch (Optional HKD100/pax)
Know Before You Book
Children 2 and younger are complimentary.
An additional fee for admission to the Macau Tower observation deck is payable on the day of the activity.
Hotel pick-up is available from most centrally located Macau hotels. Please arrange pick-up from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
What you can expect
A professional local guide leads you to explore the most famous world heritage sites in Macau, the blending of the eastern and western culture. The tour starts at St Paul’s Ruins, Na Tcha Temple, St Dominic’s Church, Cathedral, Av. Da Praia Grande, Leal Senado Building, Senado Square and General Post Office Building which is a collection of locations that witness the unique assimilation and co-existence of Chinese and Portuguese cultures in Macau, a former Portuguese colony. They represent the architectural legacies of the city's cultural heritage, including monuments such as urban squares, streetscapes, churches and temples. The afternoon section starts at A-Ma Temple which is one of the oldest in Macau and thought to be the settlement's namesake. Macau Tower, the most recognisable landmark in the skyline, offers the best view of Macau and in recent years has been used for a variety of adventurous activities. An Optional delicious local Portuguese lunch in Macau local restaurants (100 hong kong dollars per pax). Finally, the journey ends up at Venetian Resort which is modelled on its sister casino resort. The Venetian Las Vegas with the largest casino in the world, the largest single structure hotel building in Asia, and also the seventh-largest building in the world by floor area.