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Macau, also spelled Macao, is one of the two special administrative regions of the People's Republic of China, the other being Hong Kong. Macau lies on the western side of the Pearl River Delta across from Hong-Kong which is to the east, bordering Guangdong province to the north and facing the South China Sea to the east and south.

* We have 4 Macau tours every day as shown below,  please select the best one for yourself:
code: 555A: Service starts from and ends at Hong Kong hotel.
USD99 per adult/child (incl. round-trip ferry tickets, round-trip hotel to ferry transfers in Hong Kong)

code: 555B: Service starts from Hong Kong hotel, and ends at Macau hotel.
USD72 per adult/child (incl. one way ferry ticket)

code: 555C: Service starts from Macau hotel or Macau ferry, and ends at Macau hotel or Macau ferry.
USD49 per adult/child (excl. ferry ticket)

code: 555V: Service starts from Hong Kong hotel, and ends at Macau Ferry. 
(Round-trip ferry tickets are included)
555V includes a visit to Venetian Hotel in Cotai Strip from 5:00AM to 7:00PM. Then transfer to Macau ferry terminal by our coach.  Our service ends at Macau Ferry Terminal.  Ferry ticket back to Macau at 8:00PM is arranged by us.  Return coach transfer from ferry terminal to hotel will be at your own cost.

Macau Quick Facts

English Name: Macau

Railway Stations: No train station

Zip Code: 999078

Location: Southeast of China

Chinese Name: 澳门 (àomén)

Suburban Districts: Southeast of China

Airports: Macau International Flight Airport

Area Code: +853

Population: 0.56 milliion (2011)

Best Time to Visit: June to October

Top Attractions in Macau

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