Example Itinerary

Classic Macao

3 days / 2 nights
Price Per Person
Architecture, UNESCO

Macao, once a busy fishing village and Portuguese settlement, is now a glittering urbanized metropolis and the most densely populated region in the world. Spend three days soaking up the unique heritage of the Chinese city, imbued with Mediterranean pizzazz and influence. Peruse the sights of old Macao and Taipa for a glimpse into the fascinating history of the former colony, then indulge in gastronomic delights from your choice of Michelin star restaurant or fusion local favorite. When the sun sets, court the hand of lady luck at the gaming table.

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  • Colonial Villages: Wander through historical Taipa and Coloane villages and the picturesque hills of old Macao
  • Rustic and Fine Dining: Savor both the rustic delicacies of traditional Macanese cuisine and a wealth of Michelin-starred fine dining
  • Temple Origins: Visit one of the oldest temples in Macau, the storied namesake of the settlement.


Day 1

Macao Peninsula

Arrive at Macao international airport where you will greeted with VIP arrival service and be your private guide and vehicle. Stop first at your luxury hotel to relax and freshen up. When you are ready, begin exploring the city at its roots in old Taipa village. One of the best-preserved areas, it is here amongst pastel-colored Portuguese houses you can feel the old Macao spirit as you stroll down winding quiet backstreets. Just south is another pedestrian-friendly historic village, Coloane. It is also home to two of Macao's best beaches and offers seaside restaurants and the perfect backdrop for a post-prandial stroll. Spend the afternoon exploring Chinese temples, colonial churches, museums, art galleries, and souvenir shops in these atmospheric villages.

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Why We Love This Hotel

Location: An absolute waterfront position affords this property unbeatable views.

History: The hotel is just a short walk from the Ruins of St Paul’s and the colonial buildings of Senada Square.

Service: This Mandarin Oriental property offers special services for children, including in-room amenities for kids, baby-sitting and special children's menus.

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Mandarin Oriental Macao Preferred Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel

Location Located on the top floors of the astounding Galaxy Macau, the fully integrated resort and entertainment hot spot of the city, the Ritz-Carlton offers incredible views of the Cotai Strip, with easy access to the cultural pleasures of Asia’s number one luxury playground.

History The Ritz-Carlton opened in May 2015 and is one of Galaxy Macau’s most recent additions. The brand’s 89th property, and their first all-suite offering, the hotel has already gained a reputation as one of the preeminent high-end establishments on the Cotai Strip.

Service Personalized service and an extraordinary attention to detail are central to the Ritz-Carlton philosophy, and the Ritz-Carlton in Macau is no exception. From the moment of their arrival, guests will be greeted by name by all staff throughout the property, and treated to the focused and attentive hospitality that has made the brand famous across the world.

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Ritz-Carlton Macao Preferred Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel

Location Situated right in the middle of the Cotai Strip, the St. Regis Macao is at the very heart of super-glamorous Macao, the Las Vegas of the East and just minutes away from the irresistible night life of China’s most exciting town.

History Opened in December 2015, the tantalizing luxury of the St. Regis Macao, backed by the reputation of the highly-desirable brand, has already made a huge impact on the area, winning Travel + Leisure Magazine, China Travel Awards ‘Best Newly-Opened Hotel 2016’. Service A stay at The St. Regis Macao includes the St. Regis Butler

Service for all guests; designed to fulfill and anticipate every requirement, no matter how small or whimsical.

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St. Regis Macao Preferred Hotel

Day 2

Macao Peninsula

Today, check off Macao's famous UNESCO landmarks from your list. Head north to the Historic Center of Macao, a collection of other twenty sites deemed significant architectural legacies of the city's cultural heritage from St. Paul's Cathedral and Chapel of Our Lady of Penha to Senado Square and Monte Fort. While seeing the sites, also get a taste of this fusion heritage along the way. Try delicious staple snacks such as juicy pork chop buns, flaky egg tarts, and fragrant almond biscuits. For lunch, take the opportunity to try Macanese cuisine at one of the many traditional restaurants that serve quintessential dishes such as African chicken, minchi, and salted cod fritters. Also visit A-Ma temple, one of the oldest temples in Macao constructed in 1488. It is said Macau was thought to be derived from the name of this temple. As an option, splash out this evening starting with VIP seats at the award-winning House of Dancing Water show followed by a tour of the Cotai Strip's Vegas-style mega hotels and casinos.

Macao Peninsula
Macao Peninsula

Day 3


Spend the morning relaxing and enjoying more of Macao's cuisine or one last egg tart before your private transfer to the airport for your flight home.

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