Group Tour

1) Participants' information is required during registration. Accident Insurance is provided by Travel Agent.
2) Please show Tour Card when getting on the bus. Please take care of your Tour Card as it is the only access to the tour.
3) Please follow the arrangement of the guide. Participants are not allowed to leave team without permission.

♦ November 18, Night (from 18:30 to 21:00)
Enjoy dinner at 360°revolving restaurant and enjoy night panorama sightseeing of Macao at Macao Tower.

♦ November 20, Whole Day (from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm)
Regency Art Hotel → Ruins of St. Paul → A-Ma Temple → Maritime Museum of Macao → Lunch → The Venetian Macao → Regency Art Hotel

Note: This is a tentative itinerary. Some items are subject to change based on the arrangement of the guide.

Macao Tower (澳门塔)

Reasons to visit: Great Place to see panorama of Macao
Opening Hours: 11:00a.m.-9:00p.m. Sat. ~Sun.: 9:00a.m.-10:00p.m.
Recommended time to visit: 2 hours
Main Sights: 360° revolving restaurant; Panoramic views on 61th floor, Sky Jump, Macao Tower Climb, Sky Walk etc

Macao Tower, located in the New Reclamation Area of Macao West Bay, has a total height of 338 meters (standing 338 meters at its highest point, 56 floors in total) from the ground to its highest point. It is the global tenth independent sightseeing tower, and it is one of the members of the World Federation of Great Towers. It is higher than the famous Sky Tower in Auckland, Eiffel Tower in Paris and AMP Tower in Sydney; and it is the highest sightseeing steel tower in Southeast Asia.

Macao Tower offers an observation deck with panoramic views, restaurants, theaters, shopping malls and the thrilling "Skywalk X," a thrilling walking tour around the outer rim at a height of 233 meters above ground. Also, the tower has exhibition and conference facilities, theme restaurants, upscale shopping center and theater, open-air plaza and waterfront promenade. The 60th floor has a large revolving restaurant which can help you overlook the scenery around the whole Macao. The 59th floor is a 180°air bar. Standing on the sightseeing gallery on 61th floor, you can enjoy Macao and Zhuhai's panoramic view; in sunny days, you can also see Lantau Island in Hong Kong.

The 360°revolving restaurant on the 60th floor can not only help guests around the world enjoy the pleasing panorama of Macao in 90 minutes, but also enjoy various delicious food like authentic Portuguese and Indian flavors delicious seafood and Western cuisine and desserts. Also, there is a Chinese food restaurant vigorously promoted by Macao tourism diet magazine which mixes the traditional aulic cooking and innovative ingredients.

Ruins of St. Paul (大三巴牌坊)

Reasons to visit: Landmark and Symbol of Macao
Opening Hours: All Day
Recommended time to visit: 2 to 3 hours
Main Sights: The Ruins of St. Paul's, the Section of Old City Wall, Na Tcha Temple, Catholic Church

Built in the 1602 by Jesuit priests, the church was originally St. Paul's College and the Cathedral of St. Paul also known as "Mater Dei" and was destroyed by fire in 1835, now only the massive stone facade survived. It has gone through the fire for 3 times and witnessed the history of Macao. Today the Ruins of St. Paul is the official symbol of Macao and offer great photo ops. It was one of the most famous landmarks of Macao and was listed as part of the Historic Centre of Macao and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

While visiting the Ruins of the St. Paul's, in addition to enjoy the spectacular towering wall, one should also ponder the significance of the exquisite wall. The stone and the crypts of the Jesuits are the main parts of the Ruins of the St. Paul's. Between 1620 and 1627, the Japanese Christians in exile from their home and local craftsmen under the direction of Italian Jesuit Carlo Spinola intricately carved the stones. Dragon is the symbol of sacred in Chinese culture while in western culture, it symbolizes evilness, which explains the Jesuit images with Oriental themes like a woman stepping on a seven-headed hydra, described in Chinese characters as 'Holy Mother tramples the heads of the dragon'.

Now, the Ruins of St. Paul has become one of the symbols of Macao. Many tourists like to take a wedding picture as a souvenir.

A-Ma Temple (妈阁庙)

Reasons to visit: The Oldest Temple in Macao
Opening Hours: 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Recommended time to visit: Around 1 hour
Main Sights: Hongren Hall, Avalokitesvara Hall

A-Ma Temple or Mazu Temple is one of the oldest religious temples in Macao. The temple is located in the southeast of Macao Peninsula. It has a history of over 500-year, which can be dated back to 1488, even before the city of Macao came into being. In ancient times, people believed that Mazu was the “Goddess of the Sea” and the “Protector of Fishermen”, so they built this solemn temple to show their devout. This construction been made of 4 main parts: the Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guanyin, and Zhengjiao Chanlin (a Buddhist pavilion). The variety of pavilions dedicated to the worship of different deities in a single complex make A-Ma Temple an exemplary representation of Chinese culture inspired by Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, and multiple folk beliefs. The temple has been listed in the World Heritage records in 2005, together with the Historic Centre of Macao.

But sometimes this area is not only for the Temple Visit but you can go near/beside the temple. A-Ma Temple is close to Macao Maritime Museum, you can pay a visit to the museum if time allows. There are so many surrounding shops selling the local snacks of Macao. In front of the temple there are also some drink sellers and some Ice Cream Seller. It wouldn’t be bad idea to buy a drink or ice cream when you get there. In addition, this area there are many gift shops, visitors can come to walk around and buy some back as a gift for your friends or families.

Maritime Museum of Macao (澳门海事博物馆)

Reasons to visit: A best place to learn maritime culture.
Opening Hours: 10:00 am – 5:30 pm(closed on Tuesday)
Recommended time to visit: Around 1 hour
Main Sights: Maritime Customs Exhibition Hall, Maritime History Exhibition Hall and Maritime Technology Exhibition Hall

Maritime Museum, also known as Museu Marítimo de Macau in Portuguese, is located #1 Largo do Pagode da Barra, Macau, just opposite to A-Ma Temple. Being completed at the year of 1987, Maritime Museum is believed to be the very place where the Portuguese first landed. The shape of this museum is just like a sailing ship. The museum consists of the main building, the Fishermen World Hall, the Maritime Trade Hall, the Navigation Technology and Transport Hall, the Aquarium.

Macau Maritime Museum focuses on introducing the primary maritime activities in this area, and the Macau’s history connected to the sea. That mainly includes fishing methods and traditional fishing boats, science and fishing technology and transport means in southern China, Portuguese and Chinese maritime history, etc. The history that presents here mainly introduces how Macau developed into a metropolis from a fishing port.

The Venetian Macao (澳门威尼斯人)

Reasons to visit: Largest single block style hotel in Asia and the second largest building in the world
Opening Hours: All Day
Recommended time to visit: Around 2 hours
Main Sights: tourist area including Cotai Arena, Grand Canal Shoppes etc and the casino area including Golden Fish, Imperial House and Phoenix etc

Located on the Cotai Strip next to Plaza Casino, The Venetian Macao is a 3,000 suite (1,500 suites in the initial phase) mega resort replicating the famous architectural canals and icons of Venice, Italy makes its home. The design of The Venetian Macao is inspired by the travels of Marco Polo, the Italian explorer who educated the western world concerning the cultural sophistication and treasures of China during his travels. Inspired by this great culture, Marco Polo returned to the West and shared his vision of the Chinese Emperor’s Court.

The Venetian Macao includes all of the features found in The Venetian Las Vegas, including an upscale and unique gaming experience, a themed retail venue which is connected to the Plaza Casinos shopping, multiple restaurants, a showroom and an arena together with one of the largest conventions, meeting and exhibition centers in Asia. It also includes the ultimate outdoor recreation facilities, water features, and landscaping amenities – creating a lush tropical oasis featuring waterfalls, wave pools, gardens and lanais, all linked together by a lazy river. There is an onsite golf course on the roof.