Escape the everyday with a well-deserved DreamBreak in Macau. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, this new travel option offers you a fresh way to experience your DreamTrips™ Membership, starting with a 2-night stay at modern, riverside hotel. The rest is up to you! This DreamBreak does not include an In-destination Support team member
so you can create your own adventures, your way, with your choice of self-guided activities.
Modern Macau balances Eastern and Western influences, making it one of the world’s most interesting and diverse destinations. Its combination of Portuguese and Chinese cultures is apparent in the region’s various festivals, holidays and other events celebrated throughout the year. Nicknamed the "Las Vegas of Asia," the city is known for its abundance of shopping malls, casinos, opulent hotels and fine-dining options.
During your leisure time, you can discover the delights of Macau at your own pace. Why not start with a tour via open-top sightseeing bus using your included 1-day pass? You can just hop on the bus to see the city’s many highlights, then hop off at the locales that catch your interest, such as Macau Fisherman’s Wharf, Macau Science Center, Macau Tower, A-Ma Temple and The Venetian® Macao casino resort. Or, you can just sit back and enjoy the panoramic views in comfort. (Admission fees for sites and attractions are not included.)
Want more fun? Pack your swimsuit and head to Skytop Wave Pool at the Grand Resort Deck of Galaxy™ Macau. Designed for all ages, it features a fun river ride, wave pool, white-sand beach and more! During your time in Macau, be sure to take advantage of complimentary food and beverage vouchers — treat yourself to a delectable Portuguese egg tart!
And remember, no matter what you choose to do, there’s always time for a delicious meal with family and friends — breakfasts are also included throughout your entire stay.What we love:
• The closest sightseeing bus stop to your hotel is at your hotel, Broadway Macau, so your opportunity for excitement is always nearby. Click here
for times, routes and more information on your sightseeing bus ticket.
• You can indulge your sweet tooth when you try Macau’s most famous dish, the Portuguese egg tart, a flaky pastry shell filled with a rich egg custard akin to creme brulee.
• Try your luck at one of the city’s extravagant casinos. Unlike cities in China, gambling is allowed in the autonomous region of Macau — it’s known locally and abroad as the “Las Vegas of Asia.”