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HOTELS PEROID 4 DAYS 3 NIGHT 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS EXTRA NIGHT Twin / Triple Twin / Triple Twin / Triple Golden Crown Sun - Thu Fri - Sat $220 / $257 $177 / $214 $58 / $78 Grandview Pousada Marina Regency Taipa Square Casa Real Sun - Thu Fri - Sat $249 / $295 $197 / $243 $70 / $100 Emperor Golden Dragon Grand Waldo President Grand Hyatt Sun - Thu Fri - Sat $476 / $567 $345 / $436 $140 / $210 Galaxy Resort Venetian -Royal Venetian - Bella Suite Sun - Thu Fri - Sat $545 / $635 $390 / $485 $195 / $265 PACKAGE ITINERARIES DAY 1 - Arrival to Macau. Meet and transfer to hotel. DAY 2 - Breakfast inside hotel. Macau City tour. Ama Temple, Macau Tower (ground floor), Kun Lam Statue, Ruins of St. Paul Church, Senado Square, Local cake & souvenir shop and Venetian Resort visit. Lunch provided during the tour. DAY 3 - Breakfast inside hotel, free time until transfer to Macau Airport. Notes: Single rate is TWIN x2. Rates not valid on April 4 - 9, April 28 - May 05, 2012. Midnight transfer surcharge (2000 - 00700hrs) - $10 / pax / way. Adhoc rate might be applied once allotment is fully consumed. Once finalized, re-booking and name change is not allowed. No refund.
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Also spelled Macao and officially the Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, is a city and special administrative region of the People's Republic of China in the western Pearl River Delta by the South China Sea. With a population of about 650,000 and an area of 32.9 km2 (12.7 sq mi), it is the most densely populated region in the world. Macau is a former colony of the Portuguese Empire, after Ming China leased the territory as a trading post in 1557. Portugal paid an annual rent and administered the territory under Chinese sovereignty until 1887, when it gained perpetual colonial rights in the Sino-Portuguese Treaty of Peking. The colony remained under Portuguese rule until 1999, when it was transferred to China. Macau is a special administrative region of China, which maintains separate governing and economic systems from those of mainland China under the principle of "one country, two systems". Originally a sparsely populated collection of coastal islands, the territory has become a major resort city and a top destination for gambling tourism, with a gambling industry seven times larger than that of Las Vegas. The city has one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, and its GDP per capita by purchasing power parity is one of the highest in the world; however, income inequality remains high. It has a very high Human Development Index, as calculated by the Macau government, and the fourth-highest life expectancy in the world. The territory is highly urbanised and most development is built on reclaimed land; two-thirds of the total land area is reclaimed from the sea