With their head office based in Beijing, China; Crown DMC are a highly experienced Destination Management Company who are leaders in event management. With additional offices in both Shanghai and Hong Kong they are able to offer a highly skilled service to all event planners wishing to organise; employee reward programmes, conferences, meetings, product launches and special interest tours in Macau, and the whole China mainland.
|The first floor at No.96 Zhaojiabang Road |
|Tel:||+ 86 10 85725080|
Mr Tony Zhao - Managing Director / Ms Rosie Yu-Vice - Managing Director
|Specialise In||Conference Logistics, Conferences, Corporate Functions, Corporate Group Travel, Corporate Meetings, Corporate Travel, Events, Gala Dinners, Hotel Bookings, Incentives, Local Excursions, Meetings, Product Launches, Special Interest Groups, Teambuilding Events, Themed Dinners|
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|Airports||Macau International Airport|
|Driving||On the Left|
Crown DMC is a creative and reliable Destination Management Company in China, based in Beijing with branch offices in Shanghai and Hong Kong. We are a comprehensive incoming travel service supplier and one-stop-shop for incentive tours, conferences and high end, special interest tours in the whole of China. Our local knowledge and international management system, skilful staff, professional and multilingual tour guides and experienced and safe drivers will guarantee you have successful event in China. We are good at providing personalized, detailed services and WOW factor experiences for your group. We will not only meet, but exceed your expectation in all the serviceS we do for you. Crown DMC is your first Choice in China.
Macau, located on the southeast coast of China, is a special administrative region of the country. Being Asia's well-known gambling Mecca, Macau is a place to discover the traditional Chinese culture while enjoying the exotic Portuguese buildings. The name of Macau is derived from the word Magao (A-Ma Temple), which was the shrine dedicated to Mazu, a sacred sea goddess respected by Macau people. It was said that in the middle of sixteenth century when the Portuguese first set foot there, one of the officers asked a fisherman the name of the land. The man, misunderstanding the officer's meaning, answered 'Magao' - the name of A-Ma Temple. The word became the Portuguese name for the land and for nearly 400 years, the Portuguese ruled here prior to Macau's official return to the People's Republic of China on December 20, 1999 as a special administrative region.
The land of Macau when compared with other Chinese metropolises (unlike Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou) is quite small, covering an area of just 27.5 square kilometers. The total population of Macau is 469,800 of which 95% are Chinese, the remainder being Portuguese and other Westerners.
The majority resides on the Macau Peninsular, where you can find a variety of both Oriental and Western cultural and historical places of interest; and all sorts of old buildings that are either European Baroque or traditional Chinese in style. The blend of people, culture and history has influences on every aspect of life in the city. A wander around the Macau Peninsular will bring you into a world of antiques and fashion, traditional and modern, as well as tranquility and glamour.
Most travel;ers who have been to Macau conclude that it is a location suited to both tourists and residents, as it is a beautiful city with clean streets, gardens and picturesque hilly landscapes. Sunshine, clear air, green lands and all sorts of delicious food all contribute to its many attractions. Wandering around by foot is the best way to explore the city's numerous historical and cultural heritages. Popular sightseeing places that form part of a traveller's itinerary are spread all over the Macau Peninsular. Largo do Senado, the splendid main square with surrounding simple, elegant Portuguese and Baroque style buildings is the busiest downtown area of the city. Clothing shops, curio markets, pharmacies, snack stalls and jewellery shops housed in the narrow alleyways radiate from the square and sell dazzling items.
A northerly walk leads tourists to the featured attractions of the city Ruins of St. Paul's, a former screen wall of St. Paul's Church and the Monte Fort; one of the best-preserved forts in Macau. The Museum of Macau, to the right of the ruins, tells all stories of the city's past. Situated at the base of Penha Peninsula in the southwest part of the city is A-Ma Temple, built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644), which is dedicated to the sacred goddess A-Ma. During the festival seasons, thousands of devout prayers come to visit the temple.
In the southern part of the Peninsular, the New Reclaimed Area and the Outer Harbor Area, compared with the more traditional central and western areas, is the newly-developed region on which the modern aspect of the city can be found. There are many luxurious hotels housing various casinos and these venues are packed with people from all over the world at night. Numerous museums in these two areas present the essence of Macau's culture and history, including Macau Wine Museum, Grand Prix Museum and Macau Art Museum etc.
The two outlying islands of Taipa and Coloane (connected to the Macau Peninsular by two bridges) comprise of tranquil, natural and beach panoramas and are a good choice for a short break away from the bustling Macau Peninsular. Macau Jockey Club's horse racing attracts numerous gamblers from the nearby areas; and Hac Sa Bay and Bamboo Bay are two breathtaking natural scenic areas with the best seaside bathing places in Macau.
Macau is the paradise for gourmands, with a wide range of delicious cuisines from all over the world, including unparalleled Macau/Portuguese cuisine, traditional Cantonese cuisine and exotic food from Italy, France, Brazil, India, Japan, and Korea. With so much choice, everyone will find his/her favourite! Moreover, the well-known Macau dim sum delicacies should never be missed. The Pastéis de Nata (a Portuguese-style egg tart) that originated on the outlying island of Coloane is the featured snack of the city; and Margaret's Café & Nata offer the best of this. All kinds of dim sum ranging from almond cake, chicken cakes, cashew cookies, sesame crackers, egg and cheese rolls are served in the many Portuguese cafés and they are good choices for gifts.
Known as 'Oriental Las Vegas', the gambling industry in Macau is booming and has already become an important feature of Macau's economy. Surprisingly, tourists do not find the kind of vibe in Macau's casinos elsewhere; as the gamblers are very polite thus leading to a somewhsat peaceful atmosphere.
Macau, a famous destination with prosperity and peace, fashion and history, oriental and western cultures, is deserving of a visit and a stay here is sure to revitalize the weary traveller.
Half Day Tricycle Rickshaw Tour
Half day Macau Tower Climb and Sky Walk
Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre
Set in the heart of the Pearl River Delta, this puts it at an immediate advantage. Versatile, well-appointed and modern facilities are complemented by a professional team who have the knowledge and experience to cater for any event; from large exhibitions to smaller social gatherings. Macau Tower offers exceptional cultural, dining and entertainment options. Then there’s the added attraction of our unique Macau Tower Urban Adventures which offer your event a real Wow factor! Whatever your requirement – make Macau Tower the first choice for your social or corporate function.
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