3Day / 2Nights and Leisure fun in Macau

Day 01 :-

After arriving in Hong Kong international Airport, take a direct ferry to Macau and check into the hotel. Freshen up and set out to explore the city.macau

Begin with A-Ma temple, which is dedicated to the worship of Matsu, the goddess of seafarers and fishermen. Head over to the Rusins of St. Paul’s, where only the church’s front facede and grand stone stairs remain, and Senado Square. Next, stop at Macau Fisherman’s Wharf to smaple Macau’s world –class cuisine or good Indian Food.

Catch The house of Dancing Water, a breathtaking water-based show at the City of Dreams, and the Performance Lake featuring a cornucopia of water, light and fire elements in the open area in front of Wtnn Macau. Families can dine and shop at The Venetian Macao, while adults can try their luck at the casinos.

Day 02:-

Start the day on a high note with a visit to the 228m Macau Tower, the worlds 10th highest free standing tower. Here, adrenaline junkies can climb 100m up the mast’s vertical ladder to the summit, free fall from a 223m platform – deemed the worlds highest bungee jump – or take a thrilling walk around the main outer rim of the tower sans hand rails ( safety is guaranteed via an overhead rail system ). And whilst the adventure seekers are having fun, the women can go for a relaxing spa session.

In the afternoon, visits to the Macau Museum, Wine Museum and Grand Prix Museum are highly recommended. Come evening, visit MGM Macau, which boasts European – inspired facades, a dramatic skylight dome, myriad terraces invoking an old-world Portugal feel, and a light and some show each evening.

Day 03:-

Depart for Hong Kong.

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A Bounty of Macanese Delights

Ice World 2012


The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel will be hosting Ice World 2012 from May 19 until September 16 at the cotai Expo Hall F. Open from 12.00 to 20.00 daily, the 1,670m2 winter wonderland is kept at -8 degree C. Highlights include a Fairy Tale Forest with a pumpkin carriage against a backdrop of a frozen waterfall and lake, famed international landmarks, an ice labyrinth and a double slide.


Suitable for families of all ages, Ice World provides a cool respite from summer heat, while offering an opportunity to view unique sculptures created by Harbin’s finest ice carvers.

Contact Tel: (853) 2882-8888
Website: http://www.venetianmacao.com

Conrad Macao, Cotao Central


Overlooking the Cotai Strip, the luxurious 39-storey hotel opened in April with 636 rooms and suites. Facilities include outdoor heated pools and Jacuzzi with cabanas and daybeds, expansive meeting spaces, a spa and several restaurants. The Conrad Club has 24-hour concierge and butler service.


The resort will suit discerning guests seeking style and luxury, with convenient access to retail, entertainment and dining options on the Cotai Strip.

Contact Tel: (853) 8113-6000
Website http://www.conradmacao.com

Indian Spice


The restaurant offers a plethora of North Indian dishes and a new tapas menu featuring an eclectic mix of Indian snacks and papri chaat and bhel puri. Open from 12.00 to 23.00, the 74 pax restaurant also offers outdoor seating amid a landscaped garden with views of water fountains.

Its sister branch, Indian Spice Express, is located at the Grand Canal Shoppes Food Court of the Venetian.


Indian spice provides a gourmet experience and personalized service in intimate surroundings, while Indian Spice Express is ideal for those seeking a break from shopping.

Contact Tel:(853) 2872-2784
Website: http://www.indianspicemacau.com

See Macau Pass


This Sightseeing smart card allows users to select three out of five options: a free trip from Hong Kong by TurboJET, entry to Macau Tower Observation Deck, one day tour on the Open Top Bus Macau, Macau Harbour cruise and a Galaxy Macau meal voucher. Additional benefits include discounts at AJ Hackett Macau Tower and tickets to watch House of Dancing Water. Priced at HK $279 for adults (13 years and over) and HK $ 229 for children, the pass iss valid for one month once activated and comes with on pocket guide.


Offering value, convenience and choice, this pass allows users to visit Macau’s attractions with saving of up to 40 per cent.

Contact Tel: (852)2851-4422
Website: http://www.seemacaupass.com

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