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.