Macau: Open Top Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Day Pass
- Duration: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
Start your day in Macau with an exploration of the history and heritage of Portuguese and Chinese cultures. Admire the UNESCO historic sites of Macao near the A-Ma Temple, hike up the famous Ruins of the St. Paul and get a feeling for the Portuguese colonial heritage. With an open-top bus, you can enjoy an amazing view from the Macau Peninsula to the Taipa. Just sit back and be amazed by the grandness of The Venetian Macao, the largest casino in the world. The bus loops every 70 minutes to ensure that you have enough time to explore. Bus Route: Macau Ferry Terminal Macau Fisherman’s Wharf (Harbourview Hotel) Macau Science Centre Kun Lam Statue (The Chinese Goddess of the ocean) Hotel Lisboa (major casino in the old town) New Yaohan Macau Tower A-Ma Temple (next to the UNESCO historic sites) Galaxy Macau Broadway Macau The Venetian Macao (largest casino in the world) Macau Ferry Termina...
Marvel Macau's best nighttime views with the lit up sky and resorts. Marvel at the spectacular neon lights at the Chinese styled Pawnshops Street near the old town. Appreciate the fantastic views of the laminated Sai Van Bridge and Eiffel Tower Macau. Have a comprehensive nighttime view of the Las Vegas of East in just 50 minutes, from the old town to new town. If you are lucky enough, you can also catch the Performance Lake water show at Wynn Macau. Your trip will end at the Venetian Macao, which is the largest hotel in the world, or at Broadway Macau, where you can continue your journey by exploring the casinos and hotels on the Cotai Strip.
First visit the Ruins of St. Paul's, which was a religious complex and the site of the largest church in Asia at the time of its construction. It was referred to as "The Vatican of the Far East" when it was built nearly 400 years ago by Catholic priests and was designed by Italian Jesuit, Carlo Spinola. Continue towards Macau’s UNESCO-listed Historic Center; Senado Square. This square is notable for its distinct Eastern and Western influences, with its famous wave-mosaic-tiled pavement and the Portuguese-style colonial facades of the surrounding residences, old streets, and religious buildings. Afterwards, visit the Mount Fortress, the first residence of the Macau Governor. Take a look at the Fortaleza which has 32 muzzle-loading cannons over 86,000 square feet. Visit the Guia Fortress, situated on the highest hill of the Macau Peninsula. Enjoy a unique panoramic view of the peninsula...
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