Book a Macau day tour from Hong Kong. Explore all the major attraction sites in Macau.
Ruins of St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church (World Heritage)
Ruins of St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church is a must-go attraction in Macau. The church has caught fire three times and was rebuilt after each fire. The church could be considered as a living historical testimony; it has become a World Heritage since 2005.
Na Tcha Temple (World heritage)
This Chinese traditional style temple called Na Tcha Temple which was built for worshipping Na Tcha (a mythical character). This temple has become a World Heritage in 2005.
Sections of the old city wall
This surviving segment of City Wall was built in 1569. It is a remnant of an early Portuguese tradition of constructing defensive walls around their port settlements. It has become a World Heritage in 2005.
Museum of Macao
The Museum of Macau exhibits Macau's history, people and culture, emphasizing on the multi-culture of the place.(N.B. Museum of Macau is closed on Monday. It will be replaced by visiting Maritime Museum on Monday tours.)
Mount Fortress (World Heritage)
The fortress was Macau's principal military defense structure which was built in conjunction with the Jesuits form 1617 to 1626. The fortress covers an area of 10,000 square metres and in the shape of a trapezoid. It has become a World Heritage Site in 2005.
Temple of A-Ma (World Heritage)
The temple was built 400 years ago in homage to a girl who saved seamen's life. Macau was later named by the Portugese settlers in mid-16th Century. This temple has become a World Heritage in 2005.
Macau Tower (Admission on own expenses)
Soar to a breathtaking 223M above ground, Macau Tower offers you a different vision of the entire city. Gaze out over to Cotai Strip, look for Macau's landmarks and historical sites all in one spot. It offers the best view of Macau and has been awarded "Best Theme Attraction in Asia Pacific" for 2005 & 2006 by TTG Asia – Macau Tower. For those with fear of heights, there are also souvenirs shops, Mocha clubs (machine based casino gaming) and coffee shops located at the ground floor.
Casinos in Macau offer a large variety of casino games that give versatile entertainment to visitors. Try your luck!