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Getting around Macao…

Getting around Macao has never been easier. Almost all attractions or places of interest being no more than 15 minutes from a visitor or delegate’s arrival point or hotel.

On arrival into Macao, there are FREE shuttle buses that connect travellers from both Ferry Terminals on the Macao Peninsular and Taipa, the Macao International Airport and the Boarder Gate to almost all of the hotels and resorts across Macao.

Macao’s compact size makes it easy to move around.

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Exploring Macao on foot…

For many, there is no better way or exploring this city than by foot which is why the Macao Government Tourism Office has created a series of self-guided walking tours so travellers can really experience the off the beaten track areas and true heart of Macao.

There’s also a FREE version of the “Step Out” Experience Macao Communities, Self-Guided Walking Tours App, which can be downloaded and available for all mobile devices.

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There are eight (8) routes to choose from and they cover not only the major historic sites but narrow lanes which lead to a few eye-catching surprises. These routes will direct visitors to a number of fascinating churches, parks, fortresses, museums and galleries as well as the many cafes, bakeries and eateries selling the local cuisine and famous snacks and deserts marking the historic corner of the former Portuguese enclave.

The “Step Out” Experience Macao Communities, Self-Guided Walking Tours App, definitely offers invaluable assistance during your stay.

Download your “Step Out, Experience Macao’s Communities” Self-guided Walking Tour brochure today – click here.

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Explore the many churches of historic significance
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Stepout in the food streets of Taipa Village
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Stepout in the narrow laneways of Macao’s historis centre
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Stepout and see the colour of this beautiful city
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Macao peninsular sky view

 

Other ways to explore Macao…

  • As a traveller, you will find it convenient and inexpensive to take the public buses which are both modern and air-conditioned.
  • Taxis are also regarded an affordable and convenient option in this relatively small city.
  • If you want to try something a little different, hire a Pedi cab – or tricycle rickshaw – it’s a unique, romantic and airy form of transport which visitors can hire if wanting to explore the captivating waterfront of the Nam Van and Sai Van Lakes as well as the older historic streets of downtown Macao.
  • Macao is full of history that can easily be used when creating an incentive or rewards program for delegates, their partners and other visitors.
  • You can join the locals in Tai Chi at the various gardens throughout this city.
  • Sit back and enjoy the neon lit skies whilst cruising Macao’s inner harbour. cruisemacau.com
  • Or see Macao as never before, from the top of the Hop on – Hop off, Open Top bus.
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Pedi cab ride around this historic city
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Explore this city like never before on the hop-on-hop-off open top bus

To view all 8 “Step Out” Experience Macao Communities, Self-Guided Walking Tours, Pedi-Cab Tours and the Open Top Bus Tour: http://en.macaotourism.gov.mo/plan/our_suggested_tours.php

Experience Macao – Your Own Style so small but so much to do….

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MACAO visit www.macaotourism.gov.mo or for answers to any questions you or a traveller may have please contact or local representatives;

Macao Government Tourism Office – Australia

To order Guide Books, Maps and Itineraries OR for more information contact our office on +61 (2) 9264 1488 or email: macao@worldtradetravel.com

Macao Government Tourism Office – New Zealand
To order Guide Books, Maps and Itineraries go to www.travelexpress.co.nz

OR for more information contact our office on +64 (0) 21 750944 or email: macao@regencytourism.com

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