Hong Kong, 3 March 2014 – Mandarin Oriental, Macau presents an inspiring Macau Cultural Discovery holiday, where guests will gain the most out of this culture-rich city during escorted tours to world-class cultural and historical spots, as well as other intriguing destinations all over Macau.
The Macau Cultural Discovery package is available until 29 December 2014, with rates starting from MOP4,988 from Sundays to Thursdays, and MOP5,688 on Fridays and Saturdays. The package includes:
- One night’s accommodation in a luxurious guestroom or suite
- Buffet breakfast for two at Vida Rica Restaurant
- Four-hour city tour featuring UNESCO World Heritage Sites led by an experienced tour guide available in five languages, including English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese and Korean
- Themed turndown amenities during the stay
- Complimentary use of the Internet throughout the hotel
Perfect for those wishing to experience the cultural diversity of this former Portuguese colony, the Macau Cultural Discovery highlights an in-depth journey to “The Historic Centre of Macao”, which encompasses UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the A-Ma Temple, Mandarin’s House, Dom Pedro V Theatre, St. Augustine’s Church, Ruins of St. Paul’s and more. Guests will also visit major landmarks and antiquated town with unique local delicacies on the outlying islands of Taipa and Coloane. With a professionally guided, well-rounded city tour, the package provides the best opportunity of uncovering the hidden beauty of Macau.
Package rates are subject to 10% service charge and 5% government tourism tax. A 14-day advance reservation is required and the offer is subject to availability. City tour starts at 9:30am and 3pm daily. Blackout dates and terms and conditions apply. Reservations can be made through Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s online reservations service at www.mandarinoriental.com or by contacting the reservations office at Mandarin Oriental, Macau at +853 8805 8822 or email@example.com. Reservations can also be made via the toll-free reservations hotlines from Hong Kong at 800 932 212 and from China at 4001 200 212.