Take a stroll down memory lane
The churches and temples in Macau are solid testimonies of the city's special missionary role in the Far East while also reflecting the dissemination of Chinese folk beliefs to the western world.
In this tour, we will also visit attractions commemorating national heroes of both Portugal and China.
We will walk more in this tour than other tours offered by me. Longest walking time about 3 hours. A properly insured and registered 7-seater will take us to attractions which are far apart.
**The tour is designed for 4 people for the best comfort of each guest.
If you are travelling in a larger group, send me a message and I will be come up with a quote.
**Since this is a private tour, we can always adjust our pace and itinerary accordingly. Tour doesn't have to start at 10am but depends on your arrival time.
10:00am - pick up from Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal or hotel in Macau
10:15am - Lin Fung Temple, Kun Iam Temple, Lou Lim Ieoc Garden, Dr. Sun Yat Sen Memorial House and Vasco da Gama Park
01:15pm - lunch at Portuguese restaurant or Chinese dim sum restaurant
02:30pm - St. Lawrence's Church, St. Joseph's Church, Mandarin's House, A-Ma Temple and Penha Church
04:00pm - Ruins of St. Paul's, section of old city wall and Na Tcha Temple, Leal Senado Building & nearby attractions
06:00pm - drop off at ferry terminal or any location preferred by guest
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
End Point Options: Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection
Duration: 8 hours
Walking and by a 7-seater.
A properly insured and registered tourist 7-seater will be used.
Please refer to attached photo
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 Hong Kong dollars - It costs about HK$300 for lunch per person. In case guests decided to stay longer and have dinner on their own, extra cash of HK$700 should be good.
If you wish to try your luck at the casino, please decide how much you should bring.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks