Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Private Day tour in Macau

We will pick you up from your Hotel ....Go on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Port Pubic Transport Interchange .... use the pubic bus cross the longest bridge-cum-tunnel sea crossing in the world. The length from Hong Kong Port to Zhuhai Port and Macao Port is approximately 42 kilometres, comprising the 12km Hong Kong Link Road and the 29.6km Main Bridge. The total length of HZMB is 55km when the approximately 13.4km Zhuhai Link Road is included. after the Macau Immigration we will go on a Private Car again for the Day tour in Macau

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      Stop At: Ruins of St. Paul's, Rua de Sao Paulo, Macau China

      The Grand Semba Torii (Portuguese: Ruínas de São Paulo) is a site on the front wall of the Church of the Mother of God in Macau (ie St. Paul's Church). Ground and stone steps) "is also one of Macau's iconic buildings. "Sanba" is a Chinese name for St. Paul's College and Church. It comes from the Chinese translation of St. Paul's Portuguese "São Paulo" [1] [2].

      St. Paul's Church, the predecessor of the University of San Francisco, is a subsidiary of St. Paul's College, founded by Catholic Jesuits. The college was established in 1594 and ended in 1762. It is the first Western-style university in the Far East and China. There are grammar, humanities, and ethics theology departments. The college has trained a large number of missionaries to teach in Japan, mainland China, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and other places. It is an important training base for Catholic missionaries to teach in the Far East. The remains of the martyrs who shed their blood. St. Paul's Church was once the most magnificent church of the Jesuits in Macau and the Far East. It was basically completed in 1603. Construction of the front wall of the church (now the Sanpai Torii) began in 1608. It was completed from 1637 to 1640. The front wall The sculptures and statues were finally completed in 1644. In 1835, a great fire destroyed St. Paul's College and the Church. Eventually, the front wall of the church, some foundations, and stone steps in front of the church remained. Because the local Chinese think that the front wall of the church resembles a traditional archway in China, it is called a "Dasanba archway" [2] [3].

      St. Paul's Church is the first baroque building in China. When the front wall of the church was built, it combined oriental decorative figures such as Chinese traditionally shaped stone lions, Chinese characters, and chrysanthemums symbolizing Japan with classical European elements. The crystallization of artistic fusion represents the achievement of Catholic art in the Far East, and also reflects the historical and eastern cultural integration and uniqueness of Macau [4].

      In 1992, the Grand Semba Torii was elected as one of the "Macao Eight Scenic Spots" and won the nickname "Sacred Ruins of Samba" [5]. On October 23, 1996, the Macao government built a Catholic art museum and cemetery in the place of the main altar of the original church, displaying some of the precious cultural relics of the Macao church, and the site has become a religious site again [6]. In 2005, the Sanshenba archway was included in the World Heritage List [7] as part of the historic district of Macau.

      Duration: 30 minutes

      Stop At: Largo do Senado (Senado Square), Central District of Macau Peninsula, Macau China

      The Senado Pavilion (Portuguese: Largo do Senado), commonly known as the "spout", is a square in Macau. It is located in the central area of the Macau Peninsula and covers an area of 3,700 square meters. It is one of the four major squares in Macau. In 2005, it was included in the World Cultural Heritage List as part of the historic district of Macau. The front of the Senate Pavilion is connected to the front of Banzhangtang in the north, facing Xinma Road in the south, wide in the north and narrow in the north. It is a long and narrow triangle. It is a lively commercial and cultural activity area.

      Duration: 20 minutes

      Stop At: A-MA Temple, Macao

      Mazu Pavilion (Portuguese: Templo de A-Má), commonly known as Ma Pavilion Temple (Cantonese Pinyin: ma5 gok3 miu6, "Ma" transposes to "Ma"), formerly known as Mother Temple, Haijue Temple, Tianfei Temple, is A temple dedicated to the god of the sea, located on the hillside of Ma Geshan on the southwestern side of the Macau peninsula. Founded around 1553 to 1557, it is one of Macau's landmark buildings and the oldest of the three ancient temples in Macau.

      The Mazu Pavilion has the characteristics of southern Fujian in its architecture. It is the oldest temple in Macau that can be tested in kind. It is also the longest-preserved Macao cultural heritage of the original building, which has witnessed hundreds of years of change in Macau. In 1992, Mazu Pavilion was elected as one of the "Macao Eight Scenic Spots" and was awarded "Ma Pavilion Purple Smoke". In 2005, Mazu Pavilion was included in the World Heritage List as part of the historic district of Macau

      Duration: 30 minutes

      Stop At: Wynn Casino Macau, Rua Cidade de Sintra, NAPE Wynn Macau, Macau China

      Wynn Macau, formerly known as Wynn Macau Resort, is a casino resort located on the Macau's new port of Xandeli Street. It was built and operated by Wynn Macau Limited. The hotel started construction on June 24, 2004, was unveiled on September 5, 2006, and opened to the public on September 6, and the fireworks display that night was rated as the largest one-off fireworks display in Macau history, attracting many residents Stop with tourists and enjoy. The entire development covers an area of 16 acres, and the first phase covers an area of 11 acres. It consists of a tower hotel and podium casinos and other supporting facilities, with a total investment of 5.6 billion yuan. This is the first Las Vegas in Macau. Resort Hotel Casino

      Duration: 20 minutes

      Stop At: Casino at Venetian Macao, Macau China

      The Venetian Macao is located on the Cotai Strip in Ouhai District, Cotai, Macau, covering an area of 2 million square feet. It opened as the largest single-story hotel in Asia and the largest casino in the world [1]. The hotel is a key large-scale construction project of Venetian (Macau) Co., Ltd. (hereinafter: Venetian Macao) on the Cotai Strip, integrating large-scale gaming entertainment, casinos, conventions, hotels, performances and shopping. Before the official launch, the first trial client was the Premier League team Manchester United. The first phase of the project was unveiled on August 28, 2007, and officially opened to the public at 7:18 pm. The first five days of the opening day had about 70,000 attendees and about 300,000 visitors in the first three days. [2]; On the sixth day of the first Lunar New Year after the hotel opened (February 12, 2008), which is 169 days after the hotel opened, it welcomed its 10 millionth visitor. [3] In 2008, The Venetian Macao Hotel was selected as one of the ten most charming hotels in China by the Hotel Starlight Awards.

      It is often commonly referred to as Venetian Macao Resort, Venetian, Wai Kee etc. The resort hotel is owned and operated by Venetian Macau, and its architectural features follow the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, USA. The hotel is based on the theme of Venice water village. The hotel area is full of Venetian arches, small canals and stone roads. Since the concept of The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel originated from The Venetian Las Vegas Resort Hotel in Las Vegas, it has been regarded as a copy of the latter.

      Duration: 30 minutes

      Stop At: Rua do Cunha, Macau China

      Guana Street (Portuguese: Rua do Cunha) is located in the center of Taipa, Macau; it is 15 meters long and 5 meters wide. [1] South and Shidu Xianzheng Street (Portuguese: Rua Direita Carlos Eugénio) and Gauria Suliva Street (Portuguese: Rua Correia da Silva) intersect in a T-shape, and North and Bunker Street (Portuguese: Rua do Regedor ), The fire station intersects in a T-shape, and is one of the emerging famous attractions in Macau.

      Guanye Street is also commemorating the 81st Governor of Macau.

      Guan Ye Street is the first pedestrian zone in Macau and was implemented on June 1, 1983. [2] Guanye Street was designated as a pedestrian zone, and the Australian and Portuguese governments decorated the narrow roads, which has since become a thriving tourist area. Since the stores such as letter shops, food shops, dessert shops are concentrated on this street, many tourists are here to taste the food and Bunker Street, and to visit the drinking water fountain full of French Renaissance in front of Governor Barposa—— "Her Goddess Fountain".

      Duration: 30 minutes

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      Traveler pickup is offered
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      7:30 AM
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      • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel
      • Not wheelchair accessible
      • Stroller accessible
      • Near public transportation
      • Infants must sit on laps
      • Infant seats available
      • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
      • 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 is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
      • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
      • Face masks required for guides in public areas
      • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
      • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
      • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
      • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
      • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
      • Guides required to regularly wash hands
      • Regular temperature checks for staff
      • Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
      • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
      • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
    • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.



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