What's included, what's not
Pick up at the Sheraton Grand (Main Lobby) & Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal
English/Chinese bilingual tour guide. English as major, depends on actual ratio of guest in the tour
Bottled water - Complimentary 1 bottle of water per guest
Complimentary Macau-designed souvenir per guest
Travel Visa to Macau (if applicable)
Personal travel insurance
Ferry tickets or any other transportation fees
All personal expenses and other items not stated in the itinerary
Know Before You Book
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
The tour will be operated in seat-in-coach basis and a minimum number of guest is required
For total number of 6 guests or below, the tour will be operated in driving-guide basis with a cozy MPVs
Waiting time over 15 minutes after actual departure time will count as “NO show”, tour fare will not be refunded
Tour guide reserves the right to alter the itinerary due to weather and other unforeseeable conditions
Children must be accompanied by an adult
A moderate amount of walking is involved
If unforeseeable circumstances force cancellation of a specific performance/activity, the tour will remain visit similar hotels or sightseeing points, tour fare will not be refunded
If typhoon signal has reached Level 8 at 22:00 p.m the night before the tour (Macau Time), or before the start of tour (e.g. announcement at 7:00 a.m), full tour fare will be refunded (credit card transaction surcharge may apply). Tour will remain proceed under typhoon signal Level 1 or 3
Most travelers can participate
This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
Returns to original departure point
Departure time: 9:30 AM
What you can expect
This is a typical itinerary for this product
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Pass By: Largo do Senado (Senado Square), Central District of Macau Peninsula, Macau China
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Pass By: Monte Forte (Fortaleza do Monte), Off Estrada do Repouso, Macau China
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