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Disneyland Hong Kong

One Day Pass
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Adult (12↑)HK$ 450 / RM 194 RM 180 30/06/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 320 / RM 138 RM 128 30/06/2014
Senior (65↑)HK$ 100 / RM 43 RM 40 30/06/2014
Two Day Pass
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Adult (12↑)HK$ 585 / RM 252 RM 234 31/03/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 415 / RM 179 RM 166 31/03/2014
Senior (65↑)HK$ 170 / RM 74 RM 68 31/03/2014

Getting to the Park

Hong Kong Disneyland is located on Lantau Island, and is accessible via an array of convenient transportation options.

Arrive at the Disneyland Resort Public Transport Interchange (PTI) which serves as the arrival point for Guests traveling by Mass Transit Railway (MTR), car, coach, taxi, or bus.

Waiting areas for wheelchair passengers, tactile maps and tactile guide paths are available. Taxi pick-up and drop-off areas are provided for the convenience of people with special needs.

See a Resort Overview Map.

See Disneyland's Monthly Calendar.

Explore Park Map

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Ocean Park Hong Kong

Park Hours: Monday-Friday 10.00am - 6.00pm,
Saturday 10.00am - 7.00pm, Sunday 9:30am - 7:00pm

Ocean Park is one of the world's acclaimed educational theme parks and tops the itinerary of many visitors to Hong Kong. New and fun-filled entertainment facilities are introduced from time to time, like “Ocean Express” – the latest quick, smooth, thrilling and fun way to travel from Ocean Park's Waterfront to the excitement at the Summit. The train is designed to resemble a submersible vehicle and built to transport up to 5,000 people per hour in each direction, can shuttle guests between the Park's two main lands in just 3 minutes.

The Headland is home to Ocean Park's many thrill rides, including the Dragon, Eagle, Crazy Galleon, Ferris Wheel, Flying Swing, Raging River, Space Wheel, Mine Train, and Abyss Turbo Drop. For a less frenetic form of fun, guests can also adjourn to the Marine Land nearby.

The Lowland features Ocean Park's latest themed-area, the Amazing Asian Animals, which incorporates the themed Giant Panda Adventure, highlighting some of Asia's rarest creatures. There is also a redeveloped children's area called Whiskers Harbour and an array of refreshment and retail facilities.

Click here for the Park Map

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Adult (12↑)HK$ 320 / RM 138 RM 120
 
20/06/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 160 / RM 69 RM 64
 
20/06/2014

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How To Get To Ocean Park

Citybus Route 629

The Citybus Route 629 runs daily from Admiralty MTR Station Exit B or Central Pier No. 7. The bus fares are HK$10.60 for adults and HK$5.30 for children (4-11).

Citybus (Route629) Schedule
FromStart TimeLast BusInterval(Approx)
Admiralty MTR9:00 am4:00 pmevery 10 min
Central (Ferry Piers)9:35 am3:45 pmevery 20 min to 60 min

Remarks:
Buses departing from Central Pier No. 7 and Admiralty MTR Station leave at 9am, 9:10am and 9:20am. They run to the Tai Shue Wan Entrance via the Main Entrance, while the buses departing after 9:20am from Admiralty MTR Station run directly to the Tai Shue Wan Entrance. Bus routes are subject to adjustments according to guest flow and traffic situations.


Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

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Sky100 is a 360-degree indoor observation deck on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre, in West Kowloon, Hong Kong. Since its opening in April 2011 it has been the highest observation deck in Hong Kong, at 393 metres above sea level.

Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is located two floors below the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong Hotel in the same building. Visitors reach the observation deck using high speed elevators which travel from the 2/F entrance to the 100/F in 60 seconds.

Sky100's Advanced Telescope provides "sunny day setting" and pre-recorded views from bright days, and on-screen indicators point to landmarks. Other settings include night views and fireworks. Interactive touch screens dot the deck, offering fun facts, tips and an itinerary planner.

Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck offers views of Hong Kong Island, full view of the Kowloon Peninsula and - weather permitting - the ridges that gave Kowloon its name and Tai Mo Shan in the background. Other sights include Tsing Ma Bridge and the airport.

There is a café serving local snacks and refreshments as well as a restaurant serving international cuisines on the 101st floor.

Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck open daily from 10:00am to 8:30pm. Last entry at 7:30pm.

HEIGHT

'Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck': 393 metres above sea level

ICC (International Commerce Centre): 490 metres above sea level

Location of Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

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Adult (12↑)HK$ 168 / RM 73 RM 60
 
15-11-2013
Child (3-11) / Senior (65↑)HK$ 118 / RM 51 RM 40
 
15-11-2013
Limited time offer only!!!

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Victoria Peak & Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Victoria Peak is a mountain in Hong Kong. It is also known locally as The Peak. The mountain is located in the western half of Hong Kong Island. With an altitude of 552 m (1,811 ft), it is the highest mountain on the island. It is a major tourist attraction which offers spectacular views over central Hong Kong, Victoria Harbour, and the surrounding islands.

Peak Tram

Peak Tram

Opening Hours: 7 am to 12 midnight (Mon - Sun & Public Holidays) Trams run every 10-15 minutes

The venerable Peak Tram is, as most passengers agree, the only way to truly experience the beauty of Hong Kong's natural wonders. Tens of millions of people from every corner of the globe have taken the ride, which affords a uniquely spectacular perspective of the city.

The Peak Tower

Perching on The Peak at 396 metres above sea level, The Peak Tower is one of the most stylish architectural icons in Hong Kong.

Inside The Peak Tower, there is a dazzling array of restaurants, shops and entertainment venues set against the beautiful backdrop of the city.

Moreover, The Peak Tower boasts the highest 360° viewing platform - The Sky Terrace. Standing at 428 metres above sea level, the Sky Terrace offers spectacular panoramic views of the vibrant city – from the stunning cityscape to the tranquility of greenery landscape.

Sky Terrace

Sky Terrace

Opening Hours: 10 am to 11 pm (Mon - Fri) 8 am to 11 pm (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays)

The Sky Terrace, standing at 428 metres above sea level, is the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong offering a stunning 360-degree panoramic view across the Hong Kong. Whether you visit The Peak in the morning, afternoon or nighttime, The Sky Terrace is a scenic spot that you could not miss!

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Opening Hours: 10 am to 10 pm (Mon – Sun & Public Holidays)

Address: Shop P101, The Peak Tower, No. 128 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is located at The Peak. Featuring six themed areas, Madame Tussauds Hong Kong provides guests with the opportunity to meet their idols and do the things that famous people do! The attraction features over 100 local and international celebrity wax figures with exciting audiovisual effects and interactive experiences to create truly magical moments for all guests.

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Return Peak Tram + Sky Terrace
Adult (12↑)HK$ 80 / RM 35 RM 27 18/06/2014
Child (3-11)/Senior (65↑)HK$ 39 / RM 17 RM 17 18/06/2014

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Madame Tussauds Admission Ticket
Adult (12↑)HK$ 225 / RM 97 RM 88
 
03/06/2014
Child (3-11)/Senior (65↑)HK$ 155 / RM 67 RM 63
 
03/06/2014
Madame Tussauds Admission + Return Peak Tram + Sky Terrace
Adult (12↑)HK$ 305 / RM 132 RM 113
 
03/06/2014
Child (3-11)/Senior (65↑)HK$ 194 / RM 84 RM 76
 
03/06/2014

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How To Get To The Peak?

Getting To Peak Tram Lower Terminus

Riding The Peak Tram is the quickest and most scenic way to arrive at The Peak. The Peak Tram Lower Terminus is easily reachable by foot from the MTR in Central or by public transportation.

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By Foot - From MTR Central Station
Take the MTR to Central and make your way to the J2 exit of the Central MTR station. Turn right, through Chater Garden, cross Queen's Road Central and make your way up Garden Road. You will pass the Bank of China Tower and Citibank Plaza on your left and St John's Cathedral on your right before arriving at the terminus, which is to your left.

By Bus - From Central Pier 6
Board the Peak Tram shuttle bus No. 15C at the Central (Near Star Ferry Pier 7) Bus Terminus.
Daily : 10:00 am to 11:40 pm (from Man Kwong Street outside Central (Pier 7)
Daily : 10:15 am to 11:55 pm (from Garden Road Peak Tram Lower Terminus)
Frequency : 15 to 20 minutes
Fare : HK$4.20

Routing Remark :

  • Half fare for Children under the age of 12 & Seniors aged 65 or above.
  • Open Top Sightseeing Bus is operated every 30 minutes approximately.
  • Upon unavailability of Open Top Sightseeing Bus, double deck or single deck air-conditioned bus will be deployed to substitute.

By taxi to Garden Road Peak Tram Lower Terminus
Please show to the driver ”中環花園道山頂纜車總站” or else they will carry you to Peak Tram Upper Terminus, which is on The Peak.

Peak Tram Lower Terminus :
33 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong


Getting To The Peak By Bus

You may also choose to take other forms of public transportation to reach the Peak, including buses, minibuses or taxis.

By Bus
Route No. 15(First Bus) Normal
Central Pier 5 to The Peak
Daily : 10:15 am to 12:15 am (from Man Kwong Street outside Central (Pier 5)
Daily : 9:10 am to 1:00 am (from The Peak)
Frequency : 7 to 15 minutes
Fare : HK$ 9.80

By Mini Bus
Minibus No. 1
Central (Two IFC) to The Peak
Daily : 6:30 am - 12:00 am (from Central)
Daily : 7:10am - 12:25am (from The Peak)
Frequency : 10-12 minutes
Fare : HK$8.00

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Ngong Ping 360

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Opening Hours: 10 am to 6 pm (Mon - Fri); 9 am to 6:30 pm (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays)

Ngong Ping 360 is destined to be one of Hong Kong's 'must see' attractions in Lantau Island. Preserving the natural ecological environment and features of the Ngong Ping area and converging the custom and culture of the Lantau Island, Ngong Ping 360 is sure to refresh your body and enlighten your mind, as soon as you step on the Cable Car.

Ngong Ping Cable Car is a visually spectacular 5.7km cable car journey, travelling between Tung Chung Town Centre and Ngong Ping on Lantau Island. Visitors will enjoy panoramic views of the Hong Kong International Airport, South China Sea, the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, as well as the flora and fauna of North Lantau Country Park.

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Equipped with a glass bottom, the all new Ngong Ping 360 Crystal Cabin is designed to feast your eyes with an astonishing bird's eye view. Feel the magic of the boundless sea and the rolling grassland slopes right underneath your feet. The new perspective allows you to look at an extraordinarily uncluttered scenery, as if you are flying on your own. Such an amazing experience will undoubtedly spice up your Ngong Ping Cable Car journey.

Adjacent to the Ngong Ping Cable Car Terminal, Ngong Ping Village is an impressive cultural themed village, incorporating several major attractions, including Walking with Buddha, Monkey's Tale Theatre and the Ngong Ping Tea House.

For a more cultural and religious experience, the world's tallest seated outdoor bronze Buddha, the Tian Tan Buddha Statue, is only a short stroll from the Ngong Ping Village. Tian Tan Buddha Statue is the major centre for Buddhism in Hong Kong and is located next to the Po Lin Monastery.

Temple

Po Lin Monastery
Po Lin Monastery, established in 1906, is known as "The Sacred Place of the Buddha in the South" and is the first of the four most popular monasteries in Hong Kong.

Giant Buddha

Giant Buddha
If you look up to the southwest from Tei Tan square in the middle of the Po Lin Monastery plaza, you will see a flight of 268 steps leading to the world’s largest outdoor bronze statue – the Giant Buddha. Walking up the steps, visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of Lantau and the South China Sea from the podium. The huge statue body is a breathtaking sight, and the kind smile on His face instills a sense of peacefulness. The Giant Buddha sits solemnly atop the 482m Muk Yue Shan. The whole complex stands opposite to the monastery and is 6,547 m2 in size.

Buddha's relic

Relic of the Buddha - At the memorial hall on the third floor
The relic of the Buddha is enshrined for public worship in the memorial hall. Regarded as a sacred item, the relic is a part of the Buddha's remains preserved after he achieved Nirvana 2500 years ago. China and Sri Lanka are the only countries where the rice-grain sized relics are kept.

In Buddhism, Buddha’s relic means enlightenment and a long-time practice of good virtues. The Buddha’s relic is regarded as the most sacred, and it is said that those who see the relic may see Buddha.

According to legend, Buddhism was once expelled during the war in India by the Indian government. An Indian Princess who devoutly believed in Buddhism hid the relics in her bun and successfully eluded the surveillance of the guards. The relic was subsequently transported to and preserved in Sri Lanka. In October 1992, it was brought to Hong Kong.

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Round Trip Cable Car Ticket - Standard Cabin
Adult (12↑)HK$ 150 / RM 65 RM 56
 
30/04/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 75 / RM 33 RM 33 30/04/2014
Round Trip Cable Car Ticket - Crystal Cabin
Adult (12↑)HK$ 235 / RM 102 RM 86
 
30/04/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 160 / RM 69 RM 69 30/04/2014

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How To Get To Ngong Ping 360?

Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal is adjacent to MTR's Tung Chung Station. It is a two-minute walk from Exit B of the station.

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Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Center

The Macau Tower is 338m high at its highest point. The main observation level is 223m above ground. From the highest viewing deck it is possible to see 55km away. For views of the Pearl River Delta by day or the city lights by night, nothing surpasses the Macau Tower. Having ascended to the Tower's upper limits in high-speed glass-fronted lifts, an unforgettable vista awaits you, while a delicious buffet caters for all tastes at the 360° Café.

Tower Opening Hours: 10am - 9pm (weekdays), 9am - 9pm (weekends and public holidays)



61/F-Outdoor Observation Deck & Skywalk X

60/F-360° Café

59/F-180° Lounge & Grill

58/F-Observation Lounge

57/F-Skywalk



Glass fronted lifts:
You won't miss a moment of the spectacular view as you fly to the top in these high speed lifts.

57/F-Skywalk - Could you bear being outside the Tower with only a hand rail to cling to, a metal grid to walk on? Could you stand being in the open a harrowing 216 m above ground? Take in the Tower's awesome height with a rush of adrenaline on the thrilling Skywalk.

59/F-180° Lounge & Grill - Cafe by day and bar by night, the 180° Lounge & Grill is a laid-back venue for sundowners and admiring Macau's lights. Live music complements the relaxed atmosphere making this a great alternative to Macau's other night spots.

58/F-Observation Lounge - As the Tower's main viewing deck, the Observation Lounge is a spacious area to relax in. Gaze out over Taipa and Coloane. Look for Macau's landmarks and historical sites. Or try to spot Hong Kong's outlying islands. Souvenirs are on sale here as reminders of your visit.
Glass floor - Watch out! Sections of the lounge are fitted with glass floor letting you see the ground beneath your feet - 223m away! Step on them if you're brave enough and feel like you're walking on air.

60/F-360° Café - A great place to meet friends, celebrate an occasion or have a romantic dinner, the 360° Café boasts a vast buffet and one of the best backdrops in Macau. Admire every angle of the view as it passes by your table at the revolving restaurant.

61/F-Outdoor Observation Deck & Skywalk X - Admire the highest possible view of Macau at the Outdoor Observation Deck. Challenge yourself with Skywalk X and stroll along the outer rim of the Tower at 233m above ground.

CategoryCounter PriceWe Sell
Tower Observation Deck Admission Ticket
Observation Lounge(Level 58) and
Outdoor Observation Deck(Level 61)
Adult (12↑)HK$ 135 / RM 59 RM 49
 
Child (3-11)
Senior (65↑)
HK$ 70 / RM 31 RM 25
 
Lunch Buffet - 60/F-360° Café
1st section: 11:30am - 1:00pm;
2nd section: 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Adult (12↑)HK$ 273 / RM 118 RM 97*
 
Child (3-11)HK$ 218 / RM 94 RM 77*
 
Dinner Buffet - 60/F-360° Café
(6:30pm - 10:00pm)
Adult (12↑)HK$ 383 / RM 165 RM 134*
 
Child (3-11)HK$ 273 / RM 118 RM 94*
 
High Tea Set - 60/F-360° Café
(3:30pm - 5:00pm)
Adult (12↑)HK$ 196 / RM 85 RM 70*
 
Child (3-11)HK$ 163 / RM 71 RM 57*
 
Macau Summer Holiday 2014 (July 14 to August 31)
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Lunch Buffet - 60/F-360° Café
1st section: 11:30am - 1:00pm;
2nd section: 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Adult (12↑)HK$ 295 / RM 124 RM 106*
 
Child (3-11)HK$ 240 / RM 101 RM 86*
 
Dinner Buffet - 60/F-360° Café
(6:30pm - 10:00pm)
Adult (12↑)HK$ 416 / RM 175 RM 148*
 
Child (3-11)HK$ 306 / RM 129 RM 108*
 

* Special deal: Free Tower Observation Deck Admission Ticket for every purchase of meals on Macau Tower with us.

"Fixed date is require when booking Macau Tower entrance and meals."
We do not accept booking for Lunch, Dinner and High Tea on Macau Tower for these dates: Jan 1; Jan 31-Feb 5; Feb 14; Apr 18-21; May 11; Jun 15; Oct 1-2; Dec 24-27, Dec 31.
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Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. If you want to know more about the theme park, you should click the following link.

Universal Studios Singapore at wikipedia.org

Click the following link to see the park map.

Park Map

Most Malaysian have concern about the the following questions:

Do I have to pay extra to visit the attractions in the Universal Studios Singapore?

Well, once inside Universal Studios, all attractions are included in your admission, except the Amber Rock Climb, which costs an additional S$5 per climb.

What is the hours of operation?

There are different operation hours for week day, weekend and holiday. So please click the following link to check the latest operation hours.

Operation hours on Universal Studios Singapore official website

How do I get there?

First, proceed to Vivocity, located at HarbourFront Station.

Start PointRouteEnd Point
Any place
  1. Take a bus to your nearest MRT station
  2. Take a train toward HarbourFront Station.
Vivocity
Geylang Roadtake bus no. 80 or 100
Joo Chiat Complextake bus no. 30
Joo Chiat Road
  1. Take bus no. 33
  2. Drop off at Mountbatten Road opposite Mountbatten VOC
  3. Take bus no. 10

After arrived Vivocity, your can get to Resort World Sentosa by any of the following transportation:

  • Take the Sentosa Express located on Level 3 VivoCity (Lobby L) then alight at Waterfront Station. A flat fee of S$3.00 applies.
    or
  • Proceed to the bus stop either outside VivoCity or Merrill Lynch HarbourFront, get on bus no. RWS 8, for a flat fee of S$2.00, guests will be taken into the resort.
One day passCounter PriceWe Sell
Peak Adult
(aged 13 above)
SGD$ 74 / RM 194RM 168
Child (aged 4-12) SGD$ 54 / RM 142RM 130
 
Child under aged 4 is free of charge.

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Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck

CategoryCounter PriceWe SellExpiry
Adult (12↑)HK$ 168 / RM 73 RM 60
 
15-11-2013
Child (3-11) / Senior (65↑)HK$ 118 / RM 51 RM 40
 
15-11-2013
Limited time offer only!!!

Disneyland Hong Kong

One Day Pass
CategoryCounter PriceWe sellExpiry
Adult (12↑)HK$ 450 / RM 194 RM 180 30/06/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 320 / RM 138 RM 128 30/06/2014
Senior (65↑)HK$ 100 / RM 43 RM 40 30/06/2014
Two Day Pass
CategoryCounter PriceWe sellExpiry
Adult (12↑)HK$ 585 / RM 252 RM 234 31/03/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 415 / RM 179 RM 166 31/03/2014
Senior (65↑)HK$ 170 / RM 74 RM 68 31/03/2014

Ocean Park Hong Kong

CategoryCounter PriceWe SellExpiry
Adult (12↑)HK$ 320 / RM 138 RM 120
 
20/06/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 160 / RM 69 RM 64
 
20/06/2014

2 Way Peak Tram + Sky Terrace

CategoryCounter PriceWe SellExpiry
Return Peak Tram + Sky Terrace
Adult (12↑)HK$ 80 / RM 35 RM 27 18/06/2014
Child (3-11)/Senior (65↑)HK$ 39 / RM 17 RM 17 18/06/2014

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

CategoryCounter PriceWe SellExpiry
Madame Tussauds Admission Ticket
Adult (12↑)HK$ 225 / RM 97 RM 88
 
03/06/2014
Child (3-11)/ Senior (65↑)HK$ 155 / RM 67 RM 63
 
03/06/2014
Madame Tussauds Admission + Return Peak Tram + Sky Terrace
Adult (12↑)HK$ 305 / RM 132 RM 113
 
03/06/2014
Child (3-11)/ Senior (65↑)HK$ 194 / RM 84 RM 76
 
03/06/2014

Ngong Ping 360 Hong Kong

CategoryCounter PriceWe SellExpiry
Round Trip Cable Car Ticket - Standard Cabin
Adult (12↑)HK$ 150 / RM 65 RM 56
 
30/04/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 75 / RM 33 RM 33 30/04/2014
Round Trip Cable Car Ticket - Crystal Cabin
Adult (12↑)HK$ 235 / RM 102 RM 86
 
30/04/2014
Child (3-11)HK$ 160 / RM 69 RM 69 30/04/2014

Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Center

CategoryCounter PriceWe Sell
Tower Observation Deck Admission Ticket
Observation Lounge(Level 58) and
Outdoor Observation Deck(Level 61)
Adult (12↑)HK$ 135 / RM 59 RM 49
 
Child (3-11)
Senior (65↑)
HK$ 70 / RM 31 RM 25
 
Lunch Buffet - 60/F-360° Café
1st section: 11:30am - 1:00pm;
2nd section: 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Adult (12↑)HK$ 273 / RM 118 RM 97*
 
Child (3-11)HK$ 218 / RM 94 RM 77*
 
Dinner Buffet - 60/F-360° Café
(6:30pm - 10:00pm)
Adult (12↑)HK$ 383 / RM 165 RM 134*
 
Child (3-11)HK$ 273 / RM 118 RM 94*
 
High Tea Set - 60/F-360° Café
(3:30pm - 5:00pm)
Adult (12↑)HK$ 196 / RM 85 RM 70*
 
Child (3-11)HK$ 163 / RM 71 RM 57*
 

* Special deal: Free Tower Observation Deck Admission Ticket for every purchase of meals on Macau Tower with us.

"Fixed date is require when booking Macau Tower entrance and meals."
We do not accept booking for Lunch, Dinner and High Tea on Macau Tower for these dates: Mar 29-31; May 12; Jun 16; Oct 1-2; Dec 24-27, Dec 31.

Universal Studio Singapore

One day passCounter PriceWe Sell
Peak Adult
(aged 13 above)
SGD$ 74 / RM 194RM 168
Child (aged 4-12) SGD$ 54 / RM 142RM 130
 
Child under aged 4 is free of charge.

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