|Day 01 Arrive in Macau, meet the local guide and transfer to the hotel. |
(D) Overnight in Macau.
|Day 02 Full day tour to visit Largo do Senado. Beautiful tiles in swirling waves |
cover the Largo do Senado (Senate Square), which provides the city's focal point and is the start of most people's exploration of Macau. From here one can see the colonial architecture displayed in buildings like the impressive Leal Senado, the Santa Casa da Misericordia, and finally Sao Domingos Church. A-Ma Temple : The name Macau was taken from A-Ma-Gao (Bay of A-Ma) where this temple is located. Legend has it that A-Ma was a poor girl traveling to China, but was turned away by wealthy junk owners. Finally, a fisherman took her to Macau, withstanding a storm that sunk all the other junks. Later, she reappeared to the fisherman as a goddess and so he built here this temple. Situated on the southern tip of Macau, the temple has a friendly, relaxing environment. Hac Sa Beach : Hac Sa meaning black sand, and the sand at this beach is indeed an intriguing deep grey color. Longer than the Cheoc Van Beach, this beach is also Macau's most loved beach and provides various recreational facilities for the beach combers. Sun Yat Sen Park : The park has been named after Sun Yat Sen, who was the founder of the Chinese Republic. It houses the aviary, greenhouse, Fung Shui forest, swimming pool, playground and sports fields which provide plenty of entertainment to the visitors. The park also houses a bronze sculpture named "Permanent Handshake", celebrating Sino-Portuguese friendship. (B/L/D) Overnight in Macau
Day 03 Full day tour to visit Macau Fishman's Wharf Macau Fisherman's Wharf was opened in 2005. Macau Fisherman's Wharf, The first ever themed entertainment attraction in the Macau tourism industry, Macau Fisherman' s Wharf is well designed and for the convenience located at Macau's harbor side close to the Macau Ferry, only a few minute walk from the Ferry Terminal and Heliport. The project is supported by renowned businessmen with total investment anticipated to reach about HKD2 billion. The project occupies an area of over 93,000m2, the complex including entertainment, retail, food, hotel, marina, convention and exhibition facilities in a large harbor side place. It is for business or pleasure, visitors will surely find it with entertaining and exciting experience with food enjoyment etc. It is definitely a new scenic spot to visit. Maritime Museum The exhibition building of the Maritime Museum was built at the place where the first batch of Portuguese landed. The Museum looks like a special vessel anchored at the bay where the fishermen lived. The white outer wall looks like a ship with three masts full wind. The glass on both sides make one think of the observation towers. The inside of the museum is filled with oceanic atmosphere. At the booking office, is placed a jar of colorful gold fish. On the wall there hangs a huge hand-made porcelain brick painting, carved with a compass and points of the compass. Sam Ba Sing Tsik which is the front wall of the sacred ruins of the St. Paul's Church. Since its establishment in 1602, the Church experienced big fire three times, the most serious one of which occurred in 1853 with only the front wall being left, i. e. the Sam Ba Sing Tsik of today. And then you may visit the Monte Fortress which is situated by the side of Sam Ba Sing Tsik. Inside the Fortress, there laid an old iron cannon which is said to have pushed back the attacks from Dutches in 1622.
(B/L/D) Overnight in Macau
|Day 04 After breakfast take flight for leaving.|| |