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Popularly known as the Las Vegas of the East, the beauty of Macau lies in its exquisite statues, vivid casinos, and lively urban ambiance. If you are looking for a gateway to this beautiful city, here’s your chance to grab a hassle-free vacation by availing our Macau Tour packages starting at just Rs.64999.

As you prepare to Set out on this enriching journey to Macau, consider the convenience and appeal of our Macau Tour package. Aimed at giving every traveler an indelible experience in this city, we at Thrillophilia offer several Macau packages that can be customized as per the needs and requirements of travelers. So, browse through our diverse packages and avail your most preferred one. 

Our Macau tour packages cover everything you need for your trip, whether it's a short four-night stay or a longer eight-day adventure. Explore iconic sites like the Ruins of St. Paul's, Senado Square, and the A-Ma Temple, or dive into the exciting casino scene. Our Macau packages offer a perfect mix of cultural experiences and leisure activities, guaranteeing you a fantastic time in this lively 

Our Macau tour packages make everything easy for you with comfy places to stay, easy transportation, and expert guides for a comprehensive trip. So you can relax and enjoy your Macau tourism.

To assist you with your Macau tour, we have curated some tips regarding visa requirements, the best time to visit, popular destinations, and more. This will make planning your Macau vacation a breeze.

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Visa Requirement for Macau Trip:

For booking Macau tour packages as an Indian passport holder, you won’t need a visa for short stays. It is essential to ensure that your stay does not exceed 30 days to avoid any complications. However, for short stays without a visa, you need to provide a passport with a minimum validity of 6 months beyond the date of departure. Also, you might be asked to provide proof of your return within the permissible date by the immigration authorities. Ensure that you check with the Macau Immigration Department or the nearest consulate for recent information on visa requirements and entry regulations to Macau. The convenience of these visa options ensures a smooth start to your Macau trip, allowing you to immerse in the beauty and culture of Macau without any travel-related hassle.

Best Time to Visit Macau:

You can visit Macau all year round and witness the unique experiences each season offers. We at Thrillophilia promise an indelible experience to all the visitors throughout the year with our hand-curated Macau Tour Packages

1. Peak season: The peak season in Macau spans from November to February, offering cool and comfortable weather conditions. This period is perfect for immersing yourself in the lively ambiance of this vibrant destination. Tour the city and witness its attractions with ease, along with the professional guides and a lively crowd around. 

2. Shoulder season: The months of March and November offer a wonderful balance of fewer crowds, moderate temperatures, as well as exciting deals on accommodation. It’s the ideal time to visit this place and enjoy yourself in peace, without the usual hustle and bustle of the peak season. The pleasant weather during this time allows the visitors for a relaxed trip, making outdoor explorations a blissful activity.

3. Waning Season: The main highlight of the waning season, which lasts from April to September, is the discounted rates on accommodations and flight fares. If you prefer quiet time alone, the calm atmosphere during this season is perfect for calming your nerves. You can also begin upon some thrilling water sports during this time, like jet skiing, parasailing, surfing, and more.

How to Reach Macau:

By Air: The most convenient way to travel to Macau is by taking a connecting flight from Indian cities, like Delhi and Bengaluru. Since there are no direct flights from India to Macau, you can opt for connecting flights with layovers in cities like Hong Kong, Bangkok, or other major transit hubs. Upon reaching these major airports, take the subway to Kowloon and walk to the China Ferry Terminal to reach Macau.

Major Airlines: IndiGo, Thai AirAsia, Thai Airways, SpiceJet, Singapore Airlines, Asiana Airlines, and Vistara

Places to visit on the Macau Tour:

Here are some of the best places to visit on the Macau tour

1. Senado Square: As you move through the heart of Macau, the charming Portuguese style pavement and vibrant buildings of the Senado Square await in anticipation of your visit. It is one of the four major squares in Macau. Its white and black striped roads coupled with the fountain pool at the center offer a delightful fusion of past chronicles and contemporary allure. Additionally, if you take a Macau City Tour in June, you can come to this place and be a part of the Lotus Festival, witnessing a wide array of lotus flowers in this Square.

2. Monte Fort: Also known as the Fortaleza do Monte or the Mount Fort, this 400 year old fort located next to the St Paul's Ruins should be a must visit on your Macau trip. Hailed as the best-preserved European construction of its age in East Asia, it is a part of the Historic Center of Macau and stands as a silent witness to the city’s strategic past.Additionally, you should also visit the Macau Museum, one of the most prominent museums in the city.

3. St. Lawrence’s Church: Also known as Feng Shun Tang, this architectural gem was made in memory of a Portuguese saint named St Lawrence. Located in the Southwest of Macau Peninsula is one of the three main oldest churches in Macau. The elaborately designed doors coupled with its austere yellow walls and delicate columns of this church make it a captivating watch. Inspired by the Baroque design, it has two entry points open for visitors.

4. St. Dominic's Church: Located near the Leal Senado Building, this 1587 Baroque-styled church is a part of the Historic Center of Macau. Constructed by three Spanish Dominican priests for worshiping the Lady of the Rosary, the architecture embodies the conflux of Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese styles of architecture blended with Catholic culture. During your Macau tour package, you can easily visit this peaceful spot.

5. Macau Tower: The Macau Tower is like the face of Macau and is famous all over the world. It's really tall, standing at 33 meters high. There are lots of things to do there, like going up to see the city from observation decks, visiting cafes, watching movies, and even trying bungee jumping! It's the second-highest bungee jumping spot in the world. You can visit from 10 am to 9 pm, or on weekends from 9 am to 9 pm. The entry fee is 130 MOP. It's just a 20-minute drive from the airport. So, if you're in Macau, don't miss the fun at the Macau Tower with Macau tour packages!

6. A Ma Temple: A Ma Temple is old temple goes way back to 1488 and is for the Chinese goddess Matsu. She's the one local farmers and fishermen worship. They say the name "Macau" comes from this temple, which makes it really important. The temple's style and design are beautiful and stunning. Some even say it is been here longer than the city itself! With the Macau Holiday package, you can visit from 10 am to 6 pm, and it is free to enter. It's just a 20-minute drive from the airport. While you're there, you can pray, admire the amazing architecture, and enjoy the greenery around the temple.

7. Taipa Village: Just a short walk from the bustling casino area of Macau lies this heritage village during your Macau trip. It is one of the best-preserved parts of the city, offering a glimpse into Macau's rich culture and traditions. The village is filled with old museums, cozy cafes, shops, and buildings that give it a charming, old-fashioned feel. Its rich history adds character to the whole place. You can reach it with just a 10 to 15-minute drive from the airport. While you are there, try some traditional meals, take a leisurely walk among the historic buildings, and do some souvenir shopping. It is a great way to experience authentic Macau!

8. Macau Wine Museum: Opened in 1995, this museum is a top attraction in Macau for tourists. It is a special kind of museum all about wine, where you can learn some basics about your favorite drink and even buy wine souvenirs. Even if you are not a big wine fan, it is still worth a visit because it offers a unique experience in Macau for you and your family. You can visit from 10 am to 8 pm, and the entry fee is 15 MOP. It is just a 20-minute drive from Macau airport. While you are there, check out the wine collections on display, take a walk around the museum, and shop for souvenirs. It is a fun way to spend some time in Macau!

9. Holy House of Mercy: This UNESCO World Heritage site is part of the ancient Senado Square in Macau. Your visit to Macau would not be complete without seeing the Holy House of Mercy. What makes this place special is that all the helpers are elderly people who work here to be independent. The veranda is very peaceful, perfect for taking lots of photos. You can visit from 10 am to 1 pm and from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. The entry fee is 5 MOP. It is just a 15-minute drive from Macau airport. While you are there, explore the complex see the interesting displays, and enjoy the calm atmosphere.

Things to Do on the Macau Trip:

Here are some of the best things to do on Macau Trip

1. Experience The House of Dancing Water: If you are in Macau, it would be a crime to miss this extravagant water extravaganza. Named as, "The House of Dancing Water," this water show integrates an enthralling storyline with magnificent acrobatics and dazzling effects bedazzling you to immerse yourself in the panoramic views in this 270-degree theater.

2. Explore Macau Fisherman's Wharf: If you are looking forward to indulging in a distinctive blend of entertainment and ethnic exploration, you must visit the Fisherman Wharf, a small themed city in European style. From a zone dedicated to Chinese traditional buildings and shops to the “East Meets West” zone featuring various rides and the Legend Wharf Zone with various Italian, Gothic and Portuguese-style sopes, this place has something for everyone.

3. Visit the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion: Indulge the nature lover in you and visit the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion, a zoo and nature park which is home to several animals like gorillas, flamingos and monkeys. However, this giant fan-shaped nature park is popular for its four-star attractions- four adorable pandas named Kai Kai, Xin Xin, Jian Jian and Kang Kang. The former two are a pair of male and female panda parents to the latter, two male twins.

4. Take a trip to A-Ma Temple: This 500-year-old temple is considered to be the most famous historical site in Macau to visit with your Macau tour package. Dedicated to Mazu, the protector of seafarers, this temple puts on a brilliant display of elegant architecture, tranquil courtyards and a sense of spirituality transporting you to a bygone era.

5. Enjoy the scenic view at Hac Sa Beach: If you are looking forward to escaping the urban hustle, Hac Sa Beach should be your go-to place. The largest beach in Macau, it takes pride in being the meeting ground of the golden sands and the azure waters of the South China Sea. Ideal for swimming, this beach attracts visitors for its uniquely coloured black sand. Known to get the striking color from the minerals washed ashore in the seabed, this beach looks forward to welcoming you with a leisurely day by its coast.

Also Visit: Beaches in Macau

Must-Try Local Delicacies During Your Macau Tour

1. Chop Bun: Pork Chop Bun is a super popular snack in Macau. It is like their favorite! It's like Portuguese Bifana but with a twist. The bun is crispy outside and super juicy inside. People say it is like Macau's version of hamburgers because it is similar to other burgers. Inside, you'll find a soft bread roll stuffed with yummy pan-fried pork chops. Usually, they do not add tomato or sauce, but sometimes they throw in some sauteed onions, lettuce, and mayo for extra flavor. They make the bun soft and moist by using butter. 

2. Portuguese egg tart: Egg tarts are like the top dessert from Portugal that came to Macau and everyone loves them! Macau's egg tarts are famous worldwide for being super yummy. They have got this creamy custard inside and a crispy crust. Unlike Asian egg tarts, these ones have a nice brown top layer. They are the tastiest when they are still hot and fresh. If you ever go to Macau, you will get yourself a box of these Portuguese egg tarts. 

3. Dim Sum: When you are in Macau, you should try Dim Sum—it's a must! You can find it in almost every Cantonese restaurant, and even street vendors sell it because it is their signature dish. Dim Sums are originally served with tea, and places like Grand Lisboa Resort still serve them that way. You can pick from a whopping 50 types of Dim Sums with Macau tour packages! Among them, the most popular is the roasted pork buns and the ones shaped like goldfish. So, if you are in Macau, do not miss out on trying these delicious treats!

4. Almond Cookies: Almond cookies from Macau are extremely popular with tourists. You can find them in many cookie shops throughout Macau during your Macau trip to the region. People love them because they taste great and they are not too expensive. Almond cookies come in different flavors like whole almond, egg yolk, pork floss, green bean mini cookies, black sesame, and even salted flavor. They are soft, sweet, and smell nice. If you are looking for a place to try them, you can go to Koi Kei Bakery, Pastelaria Chui Heong, or Choi Heong Yuen. They have some of the best almond cookies around!

5. Chrysanthemum Tea: Chrysanthemum flowers are super popular in East Asia, especially in China. People drink chrysanthemum tea a lot, especially in Macau's humid weather because it helps cool you down. The tea looks golden brown and is good for you. It can soothe an itchy throat and cough and help you relax. Chinese chrysanthemum tea does not have caffeine, so it would not make you feel jittery. Plus, it's good for your liver and can help lower your cholesterol. With Macau tour packages, you can try them at places like Mandarin Oriental, Kafka, Single Origin, Sei Kee Cafe, Pacific Coffee, or Chou Kei.

6. Shrimp Roe Noodles: Shrimp Roe noodles, known as "ha ji mian," is a classic Cantonese dish. It is made with a special ingredient: dried shrimp roe, which adds a crunchy texture to the noodles. Instead of the usual soft egg noodles, Cantonese-style egg noodles are used. Because the shrimp roe is already salty, not much seasoning is needed. You can top the noodles with lard, shallot oil, or soy sauce. People eat this dish by itself or with a side of veggies or wonton soup. If you want to try it, you can go to places like Wong Chi Kei, Lou Kei, or Rua da Felicidade.

7. African Chicken: Macau's African Chicken is a mix of a range of flavors and cooking styles, inspired by Piri Piri chicken. Portuguese soldiers brought it to Macau, but its origins are not clear. Ingredients like peanuts from Africa, coconut from India, spices from China, and pimenta from Portugal are all present. The chicken is cooked in a tasty sauce with tomatoes, garlic, sweet paprika, wine, and coconut. It is a tasty Portuguese dish with a twist in Macau. If you want to try it, you can go to places like Henri's Galley, Restaurant Litoral, or Riquexo.

Top Souvenirs to Seek Out During Your Macau Tour

1. Baked Goodies: In Macau, delightful desserts fill bakeries are available for people with sweet tooths. From cookies to pastries, each treat is a tourist favorite for its unique and tasty flavors. Almond cookies stand out, known for their soft, crumbly texture and distinct preparation. They, along with cashew cookies and peanut brittles, make perfect souvenirs. Packaged in charming molds and cute tins, they are a reminder of Macau's culinary delights. During your Macau trip, get them at Koi Kei Bakery, Pastelaria Fong Kei, or shops near Senado Square and Rua de S. Paulo.

2. T-Shirts from Loving Macau: 'Loving Macau' is an online store promoting Macau's friendly culture and rich traditions. They collect local artisans to make high-quality souvenirs for tourists. Famous for their cool yet simple tees and hoodies, they have phrases like 'Made in Macau' or 'I am Macanese'. These come in different colors and sizes. Apart from clothing, they offer custom bags, caps, and keychains. Since 'Loving Macau' does not have physical stores, you can only buy their products online from their website. So, if you want a perfect souvenir from Macau, check out 'Loving Macau' online!

3. Traditional Portuguese Wine: Touring Macau, you will feel Portugal's influence not just in their culture, but also in their wine scene. Many pubs and restaurants, big or small, have Portuguese port wines in stock. They even have a wine museum where you can taste vintage wines. A bottle of classic port wine makes a classy souvenir. You can also grab duty-free bottles at the airport with Macau tour packages. Get them at supermarkets, bars, and restaurants. So, if you want to bring back a taste of Macau's Portuguese flair, go for a bottle of their fine port wine!

4. Macanese Postcards and Keychains: In Macau, cute souvenirs like keychains, magnets, pins, and stickers are really popular. Many shops in the busy markets now sell these made-to-order accessories. You can find keychains with pictures of landmarks or tasty egg tarts, or ones that say 'I love Macau'. They are a fun way to celebrate Macau's culture. Also, you can buy designer postcards with pictures of monuments and heritage sites. Look for them at Senado Square's local market, Cunha Bazaar, or Macau Creations shop at the Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre. You can even buy them online on the 'Loving Macau' website.

5. Chinese Antiques: You might not find real old treasures, but you can buy copies of Chinese antiques to decorate your home in a traditional way. These copies are becoming popular with tourists because they have lots of details and carvings. Whether it's porcelain, old coins, colorful paintings, calligraphy, or carved wood, they all make nice souvenirs from your Macau trip. You can find them near the old ruins of St. Paul's or at flea markets in Rua de Sao Paulo, Rua de Tercena, and Bombeiros Square. If you want something special to bring back from Macau, think about getting one of these pretty copies.

6. Peanut Candy: Another tasty treat from Macau is peanut candies. They come in fancy packages of different sizes and both adults and kids love their crunchy and chewy taste. These candies are made with crunchy peanuts and covered in black sesame, shredded coconut, or sea salt. You can buy them at Koi Kei Bakery, which has 27 shops all over Macau. So, if you want to try something yummy and traditional from Macau, grab some peanut candies!

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Macau Tour FAQs

Why is Macau so famous?

This place enchants its visitors with its quirky blend of Portuguese and Chinese cultures, the historic sites of the Ruins of St. Paul's, St Lawrence and St Dominic Church and vibrant casinos on the Cotai Strip, rightfully holding its standing as one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world.

How much will a Macau trip cost?

The estimated Macau tour costs around INR 50,000 to INR 1,00,000, per person. The approximate cost of the trip depends on several factors like mode of transportation, lodging as well and planned activities. If you are availing of luxury services, you might sustain higher expenses.

How to plan a trip to Macau?

Experience the wonders of Macau effortlessly with Thrillophilia. With our thoughtfully curated packages, promising a stress-free adventure from start to finish. We handle all the details – from cozy accommodations to exciting activities, ensuring a seamless experience. Just pick your preferred package, and leave the planning to us. Delight in the captivating beauty of Macau without the worries. Thrillophilia guarantees a hassle-free getaway, where every element is expertly arranged for your enjoyment. Immerse yourself in Macau's allure, and let us shape an unforgettable journey filled with joy and exploration.

When is the best time to travel to Macau?

However, Macau can be visited throughout the year. The best time to visit Macau is during the fall (September to November) and spring (March to May) seasons. The weather is mild, not too hot or cold, and there's less rain. It is perfect for exploring the city and enjoying outdoor activities.

How many days are enough for a Macau tour?

The duration of your visit also depends on the destinations you will visit and the activities you will do. Ideally, a duration of 2 to 3 days is generally adequate to explore prominent attractions, experience the cultural richness and soak in the entertainment, providing you ample scope for adventure and relaxation.

Is Macau a family-friendly destination?

Yes! Macau is fantastic for families. With the Macau tour package from India, you can visit theme parks, museums, and cultural sites. Plus, there are loads of restaurants with menus perfect for kids. Families can have a blast together and make unforgettable memories in Macau.

What are the main annual festivals or events held?

The main annual festivals in Macau include the Chinese New Year celebrations, the Macau International Dragon Boat Festival, and the Macau Grand Prix. These events include colorful parades, amazing races, and cultural acts. The events attract tourists from around the world. They are great times to feel Macau's vibrant atmosphere.

Is Macau expensive to visit from India?

Macau is not that costly for visitors from India. However, the cost of travel, accommodation, and dining can add up quickly. There are budget-friendly options available, such as staying in guesthouses and eating at local eateries. Planning and researching in advance can help manage expenses and make the trip more inexpensive.

Is Macau Worth Visiting?

Yes, it’s worth every penny. Its wide range of attractions spanning from historic landmarks to contemporary entertainment, makes it a beautiful destination. Macau's charm and energy make it a destination that leaves a lasting impression. Don't miss the chance to explore this dynamic fusion of tradition and modernity!

Is Macau Tourist-Friendly?

Yes. Macau is renowned for its hospitality and is acknowledged to be a tourist-friendly destination. English is commonly spoken, and the city has everything you need for a comfy stay, and getting around is simple with an easy-to-use transportation system. Whether you're into casinos or history, Macau has something for everyone. Locals are friendly and always ready to help, making your visit stress-free and enjoyable!

Does Macau have good nightlife?

Absolutely! Macau has fantastic nightlife! When the sun sets, the city lights up with exciting things to do. There are amazing casinos, dazzling shows, and lively bars. The Cotai Strip and Macau Peninsula are popular spots with bright lights and lots of fun. You can enjoy delicious food, watch live performances, and have a great time at night. Macau's nightlife is a must-try, making your visit even more exciting and memorable!

What currency is used in Macau?

Macau Pataca (MOP) is the official currency of Macau, but you can also use Hong Kong Dollars (HKD). Numerous establishments, particularly in tourist areas, also accept major credit cards. We recommend carrying a combination of local currency for added convenience.

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