As the on-the-ground destination expert, we aim to showcase the different exciting faces of Macau, and one of these is Macau's rich cultural and historical heritage
Macau, China (PRWEB) March 4, 2008
MACAU.COM (http://www.macau.com), the leading online destination marketing and travel company in Macau has launched Macau.com Walk, a guided walking tour that offers visitors insights into the World Heritage Sites of Macau.
The Macau.com Walk is led by a multi-lingual local guide and takes visitors through Macau's cobbled streets to experience its rich blend of European and Chinese heritage. The Macau.com walking tour starts at the historic Senado Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the heart of Macau. Visitors can discover the story behind landmarks like the fabled Ruins of St. Paul's and The Cathedral, and ask the guide any burning questions they may have.
"As the on-the-ground destination expert, we aim to showcase the different exciting faces of Macau, and one of these is Macau's rich cultural and historical heritage," says Christina Siaw, Macau.com's CEO. "The Macau.com Walk is designed to enhance visitors' stay in Macau, and offer them insights into the centuries-old historic attractions of Macau."
The Macau.com Walk operates every Saturday and Sunday at 2.45pm for an affordable fee of MOP20.00 per person, and is complimentary for Macau.com customers who book Macau hotel rooms online.
Macau.com also offers special deals and promotions to travelers via its free email newsletter, The Insider, every fortnight. To get free regular email updates on special offers in and around Macau, please go to http://www.macau.com.
Macau.com is the premier web portal and online travel agency for hotel accommodation, packaged tour products for Macau and the Pearl Delta Region. With a secure and technologically advanced online booking engine, Macau.com's services are targeted at Macau-bound travelers coming from Mainland China, Hong Kong and high growth-tourist areas including Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Australia and North Asian markets such as Japan and Korea. The company is owned by MKW Capital Management, a private equity firm with investments in Macau based businesses including international airline VIVA Macau.