We booked this tour through Infinity Holidays before leaving Australia. Pickup from our hotel and guide were good. He arranged ferry tickets and customs declarations for us. Ferry trip was good and we were met by another guide in Macau.
We picked the only day in 3 years that Hong Kong had a black rain storm so not the best day for a tour. Bus was good and we visited the ruins of St Pauls Church and the Old City Walls. Rain made it unpleasant and there were many large Chinese tour groups in Macau that day. Had to visit a gift shop of their choice and some of us made purchases. Was very disappointed to find the exact same Macau plate in another shop for 1/3 of what I paid.
Visited a temple and a bakery shop they sell the custard/egg tarts and other food items which you can take back to Australia. Souvenir shop near the bakery is the cheap one so wait to get their before buying. Lunch was not the best, limited variety and was half gone when we got there and was not restocked. Most desserts was empty plates as lunch must have been nearly over when we arrived.
We were then taken to the city centre and shown to a factory that was supposed to have good brand clothes a discount prices. It was not worth the visit and we left after 5 minutes. Shops were up market and there are 34 Casinos in Macau. We visited one for a look and have coffee to escape the rain but as we are not gamblers did not visit the actual casino floor.
Disappointed we were not take to the Macau tower or Leal Senado Square or shown how to get there. These were on the brochure we had and would have been nice to visit.
I would not visit Macau again, the weather didn't help, but it was nice to see another country and see the Casinos. Long day about 11 hours including travelling time.
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