Macau, China
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clock-o10 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English


On a day trip from Hong Kong, discover the top sights of Macau, a small peninsula part of mainland China and known for the casinos and extravagant shopping malls that have earned it the nickname ‘the Las Vegas of Asia.’ Located a 1-hour ferry ride across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong, Macau retains influences of its time as a Portuguese territory; explore its history as you visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites of A-Ma Temple, the Ruins of St Paul’s and Mount Fortress. Hotel pickup is included in Kowloon.
  • Macau day trip from Hong Kong
  • Learn about the city’s time as a Portuguese territory until 1999
  • Visit World Heritage–listed A-Ma Tower and the Ruins of St Paul’s
  • Try your luck at one of the casinos
  • Kowloon pickup, coach transfers, round-trip ferry ticket, lunch and a guide are included
Your day trip to Macau starts with hotel pickup in Kowloon for the drive to the ferry terminal, where you’ll board the ferry to Macau, an approximate 1-hour ride. When you arrive, visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites of the Historic Centre of Macau, including A-Ma Temple, built 400 years ago in dedication to a girl who saved the life of a seaman.
Other landmarks here include the Ruins of St Paul’s, where you’ll climb up the steps to check out the ornate façade of a Catholic church from the early 1700s; the Old City Walls, Portuguese remnants that date back to 1569; and Mount Fortress, built between 1617 and 1626. You’ll also stop at Macau Tower, which was inspired by Auckland’s Sky Tower; if you wish, you may ride the elevator up to the top for panoramic views (own expense).
Finally, visit Sands Casino, one of many in Macau, which offers a variety of games and entertainment. Your day trip ends with transfer to the ferry port for the ride back to Hong Kong and drop-off in Kowloon.



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• Caritas Bianchi Lodge
• Cortis Hotel
• Dorsett Mong Kok Hotel
• Eaton Hotel
• Empire Hotel Kowloon
• Gateway Hong Kong Hotel
• Goodrich Hotel
• Guangdong Hotel Hong Kong
• Harbour Bay Hotel
• Harbour Grand Kowloon
• Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees
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• Hotel Icon
• Hotel Novotel Hong Kong Nathan Road Kowloon
• Hotel Panorama by Rhombus
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• InterContinental Hong Kong
• Intercontinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong
• King de Nathan Hotel
• Kowloon Hotel
• Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel
• Largos Hotel
• Marco Polo Gateway Hotel
• Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel
• Marco Polo Prince Hotel
• Metropark Hotel Kowloon
• Metropark Hotel Mong Kok
• Nathan Hotel
• Park Hotel
• Prince Hong Kong Hotel
• Prudential Hotel
• Regal Kowloon Hotel
• Regal Oriental Hotel
• Rosedale Hotel Kowloon Mongkok
• Royal Plaza Hotel
• Shamrock Hotel
• Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers
• Silka Seaview Hotel
• Silka West Kowloon Hotel
• Stanford Hillview Hotel
• Stanford Hotel
• The City View
• The Imperial Hotel
• The Kimberley Hotel
• The Langham Hong Kong Hotel
• The Luxe Manor
• The Mira Hong Kong
• The Peninsula Hong Kong
• The Ritz-Carlton
• The Royal Garden
• The Royal Pacific Hotel and Towers
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• West Hotel
• Wing Sing Hotel
• YMCA of Hong Kong


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Sep 2018

This was a fun day with Henrietta, a fun and informative guide. The hotel pick-ups were efficient and the ferry ride fun, if a bit bumpy on the way over due to the weather. On Macau, the majority of the day focused on the history and there was free time to explore the city center. We enjoyed a nice buffet lunch on the 60th floor of the Macau Tower and watched Tower walkers and bungee jumpers while we ate and enjoyed the views. Prior to the return ferry, there was a 45 minute stop at the Sands casino, but there was also an option for a nice walk along the water for those of us not interested in gambling. The ferry ride back was again a bit bumpy due to the weather, but was still fun with a nice view of Hong Kong Harbor with all the lights.

Back in Hing Kong, my hotel was not a drop-up hotel and I asked to be dropped at an MTR station. The shuttle guide suggested a different, more efficient MTR station and walked me to the entrance, making sure I knew where and how to transfer. Excellent service!

, Sep 2017

Very good tour - highly recommend - our tour guide was remarkable. The fast boat was so much fun - would do it again. Loved visiting Hong Kong too.

, Aug 2017

Amazing tour. Henrietta was brilliant and funny. Very organised and fit heaps in to the day. Lunch was amazing in a casino restaurant. Worth every cent

, May 2017

It was hard to understand the tour guide. He treated us like children, repeatedly reminding us of instructions, we wasted a lot time listen to him repeatedly. The tour was so rushed, he didn't allow us enough sight seeing and photo opportunities.

, Jan 2017

great place to visit but tour guide was so confusing kept leaving us not knowing what or where we were going next

, Sep 2016

This was a great tour. We saw so many interesting places and everyting was very fast paced so that we could cover a lot in such a short time. This trip is well worth taking if you are going to Macau for the first time

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