On the south coast of China, just 40 miles from Hong Kong lies
Macau, an Island nation with a unique Portuguese/Chinese heritage
giving it a very different, more Southern European atmosphere to
its neighbour. One of the region's fastest growing and most
exciting destinations, it makes a perfect addition to a Far East
During your stay you have a 5 hour city tour taking in the highlights of the UNESCO World Heritage listed "Historic Centre of Macau", featured on the tour are the Ruins of Saint Paul's, which are the remains of Macau's greatest church, the Chinese styled Na Tcha Temple, Mount Fortress; Macau's principal military defense structure and the famous A-Ma Temple. You will also have a chance to visit the breathtaking Macau Tower which is home to the world's highest bungy jump and a great place to spot Macau's famous landmarks.
The city is renowned for its vibrant nightlife with bars, nightclubs, casinos and the spectacular House of Dancing Water; the world's largest water based show, performed in a purpose built theatre using the largest commercial pool in the world.
Macau's food is legendary; you'll find everything from Michelin starred restaurants to local cafes selling the local Macanese fare combining influences from China and Portugal as well as South America, Africa and India.
Visitors have the option to relax in Macau's southern countryside of picturesque hills and beaches or "shop 'til they drop" at one of Macau's bustling markets or designer malls.
Add extra nights from £62 per person.
House of Dancing Water Tour £85.
Prices are based on 2 sharing a double or twin room and include breakfast. Flights not included. Discount flights available from most UK airports - call for details.