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Macao with Kids

TERMS AND CONDITIONS


FROM $3,300 PER PERSON
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DURATION

3 days | 2 nights

COUNTRY

Macao

INTERESTS

With Kids

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore the unique history of the region at Macao Fort Marvel at ‘The House of Dancing Water’, the City of Dreams blockbuster water show
  • Race go karts at the Macao Go Kart Track
  • Discover the unique and exquisite cuisine of modern Macao

DETAILED DECRIPTION

This three-day itinerary to Macao, the thriving entertainment hub of the East, is the ideal family-friendly getaway, which promises to win the hearts of parents and children alike. Open young minds to the unusual heritage of the region at the Macao Fort Museum, sample delicious street food walking through old Macao, and be amazed by a spectacular performance of ‘The House of Dancing Water’ at the City of Dreams. In the evenings, you can relax in the pampered luxury of your chosen five-star hotel. Packed with gourmet dining, wholesome fun, and finished with a DreamWorks-themed breakfast, this is one holiday your family will never forget.

DAY-TO-DAY

DAY 1: Day 1

Following your arrival, we will send a private car to transport you and your family through glittering Macao, and onto your hotel for a sumptuous early evening meal prepared by the hotel’s gourmet chefs. After dinner you will be delivered to the City of Dreams resort, where you will behold the US$250-million production of the acclaimed ‘The House of Dancing Water’ – a jaw-dropping show of song, dance and acrobatics set against the backdrop of a 3.7 million-gallon water stage - certain to leave you and your kids astonished.

DAY 2: Day 2

After breakfast, your car will take you to Macao Fort (Fortaleza do Monte). The historical military center of Macao, here you’ll discover the unique local heritage of this former Portuguese colony, and its singular combination of Chinese and Iberian culture. From the fort, meander through old Macao (the entire town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site) while grazing on incredible street food such as sweet Portuguese egg tarts or moreish pork chop buns – guaranteed to put a smile on young faces. Following lunch, you can choose between an adrenaline-packed afternoon of racing at the Macao Go Kart Track, or drop young ones off at the Kube for supervised fun, while you head to the observation deck of the Macao Tower to enjoy awe-inspiring panoramas of the Pearl River Delta. For dinner, Antonios is highly recommended. They are considered masters of the vibrant local cuisine - a delectable combination of Chinese, Portuguese and African culinary traditions which can only be found in Macao . To add a touch of glamor to your evening meal, not only will the eponymous Michelin star chef tantalize your taste buds with heavenly morsels, he may sing for you too!

DAY 3: Day 3

Before check out, young travelers will love the Shrekfast, served every morning at the Conrad Macao, where they can meet Shrek, Kung-Fu Panda and all their favorite DreamWorks’ characters for the ultimate breakfast banquet.

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