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Outbound Activities | Macau Activities Tour

Macau Activities Tour - Where Portuguese heritage meets modern casino extravaganza. Spend the day walking the old city’s cobbled stone streets, visiting 400-year old Mediterranean churches, contemplating ancient temples, and admiring the great views from the Macau Tower. At night choose from exotic Chinese food or indulge yourself in the Vegas style buffet and Michelin star cuisine. Have fun in the glitzy casinos hopping from Sands, The Venetian, City of Dreams, MGM, Wynn, and of course the Grand Lisboa Casino. Getting to Macau has never been easier, with high-speed ferries running between Hong Kong and Macau. The Macau economy has entered into the highly open free market economic system, belonging to the microeconomic system which has developed into a pluralized economic infrastructure with processed products for exports, tourism and gambling lottery, real estate construction and banking insurance as the four major pillars. The recent popularity of poker also helped increase Macau's gaming tourism and is now a popular venue for poker tournaments such as the Asian Poker Tour.  With many world class casinos opening, tourist now calls Macau "the Las Vegas of the East"

 

Tags :  Macau Activity, Macau Tour, Macau Package,Macau Holiday, Macau Vacation

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  Some of the important activity Tours to Macau are enlisted below :

 

Macau TurbojetTurbojet Macau - Enjoy the 1-hour sea journey between Hong Kong (Sheung Wan) and Macau. The ferry ticket is applicable for all periods, not necessarily to be 1-day trip. You can also issue your tickets in advance with your card. 

Required to confirm the date and time of travel when issuing tickets.

 

 

 

 

Ruin of St.Paul MacauRuin of St.Paul Macau  - The Ruins of St. Paul's refer to the facade of what was originally the Church of Mater Dei built in 1602-1640, destroyed by fire in 1835, and the ruins of St. Paul's College, which stood adjacent to the Church. As a whole, the old Church of Mater Dei, St. Paul's College and Mount Fortress were all Jesuit constructions and formed what can be perceived as the Macau's "acropolis". Close by, the archaeological remains of the old College of St. Paul stand witness to what was the first western-style university in the Far East, with an elaborate academic programme. Nowadays, the facade of the Ruins of St. Paul's functions symbolically as an altar to the city.

 

Casino MacauMacau Casino -  Macau has long been a gambling haven for Hong Kongers and Chinese alike, however the spate of new Casinos is attracting gamblers from all over the world. Our Macau Casino Guide takes you through Macaus biggest and boldest casinos. From the historical Lisboa to the brand new Wynn , our Macau Casino Guide has the best places to give lady luck a run for her money. Since being handed back to China in 1999, Macau gambling has undergone a boom. The city is now the world's number one gambling operation, surpassing Las Vegas in 2007. Macau currently has more than 30 casinos, based both in the city centre and the Cotai Strip.

 

Macau TowerMacau Tower - When you visit, you’ll be able to go to the top to the the observation deck that has panoramic views. Watch out! Sections of the Observation Lounge are fitted with glass floor letting you see the ground beneath your feet - 223m away! Step on them if you're brave enough and feel like you're walking on air. In addition, there are restaurants, theaters, and shopping malls. Be sure not to miss the Skywalk X, a thrilling walking tour around the outer rim. It offers the best view of Macau and in recent years has been used for bungee jumping.

 

Macau Bungee JumpingAJ Hackett Macau Bungee Tower Macau - If you arrive in Macau with money in your pocket, a taste for extreme sports and no intention of hitting a casino, the AJ Hackett Macau Tower might just become your home away from home. Off the tower, you can bungy jump, sky jump, sports climb on the bolted routes, trampoline and long-iron walk.






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Macau Interesting Places & Things to Do


Airfields and Heliports

Macau Heliport

Airports

Macau International Airport


Beaches

Hac Sa Beach

Cheoc Van Beach


Botanical Gardens and Zoos

Seac Pai Van Park

Guia Hill Municipal Park


Casinos

Casino Venetian

Casino Grand Lisboa

Casino Wynn

Casino Lisboa

Casino Sands

Casino Star World

Casino Crown Macau

Casino Grand Waldo

Casino Ponte 16

Casino Babylon

Casino President

Casino Taipa Square

Casino Golden Dragon

Casino Casa Real

Casino Fortuna

Casino Emperor Palace

Casino Diamond

Casino Rio

Casino Taipa

Plaza


Colleges and Universities

University of Macau


Convention and Exhibition Centers

The Venetian Cotai Arena

Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre


Entertainment

Dragone Show

Sands Macau

 


Famous Buildings

Senado Square

Guia Fortress

Section of the Old City Walls

Mount Fortress

St. Augustine's Square

Mandarin's House Leal

Senado Building

Lau Kau Mansion

Golf Courses

Caesars Golf

Macau Golf and Country Club


Internet, Post and Phone Services

Main Post Office


Islands

Taipa Island

Coloane Island


Monuments and Landmarks

The Lighthouse

Monte Fort Corridor

Lotus Square

A-Ma Statue

Vasco da Gama Monument

Four Faces Buddha Shrine

Dr. Sun Yat Sen Memorial House

Gate of Understanding



Museums and Art Galleries

Macau Museum of Art

Grand Prix and Wine Museums

Museum of Taipa & Coloane History

Maritime Museum

Taipa House Museum

Communications Museum

St. Dominic's Museum


National Parks

Hác Sá Sports & Recreation Park


Places of Worship

Ruins of St Paul's Church

A-Ma Temple

Penha Church

St. Joseph the Worker Church

Kun Iam Ecumenical Centre

Our Lady of Fatima Chapel

Temple of Tin Han

Kun Iam Temple

St. Lazarus Church Cathedral

 


Ports/Ferries

Macau Ferry Terminal


Restaurants and Cafes

Margaret’s Café e Nata

Wong Chi KeiLord Stow’s Bakery

A Lorcha

Fernando Restaurant

Fat Siu Lau

Lord Stow’s Café

A Petisqueira

Eight


Shopping Centers and Areas

The Grand Canal Shoppes

New Yaohan Department Store


Shops

Koi KeiChoi Heong Yuen

Livararia Portuguesa


Spas

Six Senses Spa


Sports Venues

Macau Fisherman's Wharf

Macau Jockey Club

Macau Stadium

Macau Cultural Centre


Things to do

Cotai Strip Travel

CanidromeIao Kei

Si Toi

Chinese Reading Room


Tourist and Travel Info

Macau Government Tourist Office

MGTO - Largo do Senado

China Travel Service

MGTO - Guia Lighthouse


Train, Metro and Bus Stations

Macau Ferry Terminal & Heliport


 

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