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Macao Holiday Tour Packages

3 Nights

₹64,999   ₹59,999

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3 Nights stay at Macao, Daily Breakfast, Macao Full Day City Tour With Indian Lunch - The Tour Covers visits to Ruins of St. Paul, Monte Fort, A Ma Temple, Kum Lam Statue, Macao Tower, Ferry Tickets, Airfare, Airport, Transfers, All Taxes .

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5 Nights

₹65,999   ₹60,999

Inclusion:
2 Nights stay at Macao, 3 Nights stay at Hong Kong, Daily Breakfast, Macao Full Day City Tour With Indian Lunch - The Tour Covers visits to Ruins of St. Paul, Monte Fort, A Ma Temple, Kum Lam Statue, Macao Tower, Ferry Tickets, Hong Kong City Tour with Victoria Peak, Airfare , Airport Transfers, All Taxes.

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6 Nights

₹85,999   ₹80,999

Inclusion:
2 Nights stay at Macao, 2 Nights stay at Hong Kong, 2 Nights stay at Cruise, Daily Breakfast & All Meals on Cruise, Macao Full Day City Tour With Indian Lunch - The tour covers visits to Ruins of St. Paul, Monte Fort, A Ma Temple, Kum Iam Statue, Macao Tower, Ferry Tickets, Hong Kong City Tour with Victoria Peak, Airfare, Airport Transfers, All Taxes.

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Add-on: Pay ₹19,999 & Get 3 Nights stay in Singapore with Breakfast, City Tour, Transfers, Visa & All Taxes.

Macau Travel Guide

The gambling heaven of the east, boasting the largest casino around the globe, Macau is enroute to take over Vegas as the world’s gambling hub. Macau is a Special Administrative Region of People’s Republic of China and its casinos draw the largest share of tourists in the territory.

Cheoc Van

Also known as the Bamboo Bay Beach, is a resplendent beach in Coloane region, defined by its dazzling golden sand. The beach is a great place to bask in the sun or take a dip into the curved swimming pool just by the beach.

Venetian Macau

It is a luxury hotel and casino resort, crowned the largest casino in the world. San Lucas canal flows through the building with shopping centres on its each side. The Venetian Macau is a fine example of lavish modern-day architecture. When you look at it from across the waterbody, its sight leaves you speechless, especially at night, when it’s lit up and the reflection shimmers in the water.

Casino Lisboa

An old casino overshadowed by the new-age architecture in Macau, Casino Lisboa was once the most famous casino. Still today, it retains a unique charm, which attracts visitors from around the world. The halls of this casino exhibit many original antiques belonging to the private collection of gambling tycoon Stanley Ho, making it totally worth the visit.

The Historic Centre of Macau

A World Heritage Site, this area of Macau is what remains of its heritage. The best way to explore the legacy Chinese and Portuguese legacy of Macau is by taking the Macau Heritage Walk that covers different parts of the territory ranging from temples and churches to mansions and plazas. With most of the attractions in the lively heart of the city, you can witness a day of Macanese life. The areas covered in the walk include:

  • Senado Square - A large plaza, housing neoclassical buildings in paste colour.
  • St. Dominic's Church - This 16th century church is a fine example of refined architecture. It also houses the Treasure of the Sacred Heart museum.
  • Lou Kau Mansion - An old two-storey mansion centered on a courtyard dating back to the 18th century.
  • Largo da Se (Cathedral Square) - This church with stained-glass windows once served as the head church of a district that stretched from China and Korea to Japan.
  • Ruins of St. Paul's - Destroyed in a fire in 1835, this building is the most visited attraction in Macau. Around the ruins, there are archaeological pits and a crypt containing bones of Japanese and Vietnamese martyrs.
  • Macau Museum - Housed in a fortress, this museum gives an insight into history and culture of Macau.
  • Section of the Old City Walls - Ruins of a defensive wall built in the 16th century using soil, clay, crushed rocks, sand, oyster shells and rice straw.
  • Casa Garden - This parkette is home to an old residence of a wealthy merchant, the Old Protestant Cemetery and an art gallery.
  • Camoes Garden - Right next to the Casa Garden, this park offers incredible views of the Inner Harbour.
  • Tercena Neighbourhood - It is home to some of the significant shopping venues in Macau.
  • Mercado de Sao Domingos - It is a street market and home to the Kuan Tai Temple.

Coloane Village

A peaceful, laid-back village, this is the main village in Coloane. Bestowed by immense natural beauty that surrounds the village, it is a favoured destination for those seeking a respite from the city rush. You will awed even by taking a simple stroll down its narrow lanes that are lined with pastel-coloured walls. Enjoy the picturesque views of Hengqin Island of China that lies across a channel from the Avenida de Cinco de Outubro esplanade. Other inviting places are the Chapel of St Francis, the collonaded Biblioteca (public library), the Tam Kung Temple, the village pier and the amazing Sam Seng Temple.

Macau Tower

Standing tall at 338.8 metre, this large structure is one of the most famous landmarks of Macau. Its length is specifically chosen as 3 and 8 are considered to be lucky numbers in Cantonese. The tower has a revolving restaurant on top offering panoramic views of the region and a convention centre as well as a shopping area at the base. To top that, highly valued AJ Hackett company operates several adventure activities such as bungee jumping off the side of the tower (233-m above ground), walking around the tower’s rim and sport climbing at the base of the tower.

Cuisine of Macau is largely influenced by Chinese and Portuguese cuisine. And the famous dishes from Macanese cuisine include:
  • Pato de cabidela is a mouthwatering chicken stew served with rice.
  • Bacalhau is a salted cod which is generally served with potatoes and vegetables.
  • Almond cookies are Chinese-style cookies tastefully prepared with almonds.
  • Galinha à africana is barbequed chicken that is dipped in spicy piri-piri sauce.
  • Galinha à portuguesa is chicken cooked in the curry of coconuts.
  • Pork chop bun is burger with a filing of freshly fried pork and pepper.
  • Minchi is dish prepared with minced meat and fried potato cubes.
  • Pastéis de nata is a scrumptious egg tart that is crispy and flaky on the outside and mellow and sweet on the inside.

With a number of casinos challenging the best of Las Vegas, gambling is the largest industry in Macau. People from around the globe flock to Macau to try a hand at gambling, especially during weekends, the region is crowded with gamblers from Hong Kong and Mainland China. Most of the casinos lie next to the waterfront in Macau peninsula. North of the Lisboa is a famous strip lined with small to medium sized casinos, hotels, restaurants and bars. Nape area, located south of Avenida de Amizade, has also seen many casinos mushrooming around it with the most notable ones being Wynn Macao and Sands Macau. Another area, Cotai Strip is home to the majestic Venetian Macao and impressive City of Dreams. Taipa also houses numerous casinos, amongst which Crown Macau has quite the reputation. To enter the casinos, you must have proof of your age, which is required to be at least 21 years.

Shopping in Macau is nothing compared to Hong Kong but duty free items, cheaper options and plenty of haggling opportunities make it a shopper’s paradise. The most popular items to purchase here are electronic gadgets, clothes, Chinese antiques and artwork, porcelain and knitwear. Some of the best places to shop in Macau are:
  • Bazaar at Taipa Village is great place to pick up souvenirs and handicraft items. It opens on Sundays 11 am to 8 pm.
  • Rua de N.Sra do Amparo is lined with shops selling figurines, pottery, Chinese paintings and other knickknacks. This place is also admired for its nice pastry shops and dim sum stores, most notable is Koi Kei.
  • Mercado de Sao Domingos is a street market, one of the busiest in Macau, housing numerous small shops. Here, you will find stylish clothes and woollens, all at unbelievable prices.
  • Antique Street close to the Ruins of St. Paul's is the place to shop for glittering jewelry pieces made with gold, pearl and crystal, and available at credit standing stores as well as souvenir shops. For more jeweled items, visit the credit standing jewelry stores located by the New Road Area, Av. de Horta e Costa and the vicinity of Hotel Lisboa.
  • Red Market Area, at the intersection of Av do Almirante Lacerda and Av de Horta e Costa, is great place to buy traditional Chinese clothes as well as artefacts.
  • New Yaohan on Av Doutor Mário Soares n˚90 is a great place to indulge in a shopping extravaganza. Here you will find trendy clothes, perfumes with enchanting fragrances, fashion accessories and electronic appliances. It also has a nice bakery on the 6th floor, offering sweet delights.
  • Three Lamps District accommodates a large number of stores that offer jewelry pieces, branded clothes, shoes and electronic items, especially cameras.

Indian nationals do not require a visa to stay in Macau for up to 30 days. The passport must be valid for up to six months with more than two blank pages. You must have a valid return ticket or an onward journey ticket and proof of sufficient funds to support your stay in Macau.

For a longer stay, you will have to apply for a visa at the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi or consulate. You can also get a visa upon arrival in Macau. Visa on arrival for an adult costs 100 MOP, 50 MOP for children under 12 years of age and 50 MOP per person for large groups of 10 or more people. This visa is valid for up to 30 days after issue date for multiple entries.

Note that Visa for Macau is separate from visa for Mainland China.

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