South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR), the Philippines’ premier leisure airline, is offering Macau fares for as low as 1,499 PHP all-in per way until May 25, 2011. The Macau flights promotion is valid for limited seats and for travel on May 27 – October 25, 2011.
Statue of Kun Iam
SEAIR departs from Clark to Macau daily starting May 27 until June 30, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. and flies from Macau to Clark daily at 4:25 p.m. From July 1 to October 29, 2011, Clark-Macau flights will be at 2:25 p.m., and Macau-Clark flights at 4:50 p.m.
Macau is known for its interesting blend of Western and Eastern influences with landmarks such as the stylish Art Deco buildings that are comparable to those found in Hong Kong, a unique system of suburban Chinese temples, and ancient and modern baroque churches that attest to its rich repository of Chinese culture and Portuguese heritage.
Located in the center of the peninsula is the Historic Center of Macau, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005. It consists of over twenty landmarks including the oldest and most famous Taoist temple in Macau, the A-Ma Temple, Senado Square, Dom Pedro V Theatre, one of the first western-style theatres in China, and the Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral, the most photographed site in the former Portuguese colony.
Macau is also known as the “Las Vegas of the East” with big name franchises such as the Venetian and MGM Grand from the United States situated on recently reclaimed land.
Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral
With its distinctive multicultural legacy and modern developments, Macau has something for every vacationer, whether one prefers sampling Portuguese delicacies like caldo verde (potato and greens in soup) and bacalhau (salt cod) in Taipa village, getting acquainted with the giant statues of Matsu, Goddess of the Sea, and Kun Iam, Goddess of Mercy, or simply admiring the view atop the Macau Tower.
SEAIR is the nation’s second-oldest airline and has flown almost 3 million passengers to local destinations including Boracay via Caticlan, Batanes, El Nido, Romblon, Cebu, Clark, Taytay in Palawan, and Kalibo in Aklan. The airline recently opened a new route in Vigan. SEAIR offers the most routes from Caticlan with flights from Caticlan to Manila, Clark, and Cebu. It has the longest history of uninterrupted service to Boracay direct via Caticlan with SEAIR having the fastest flights.
SEAIR also flies daily and offers the lowest fares to Singapore and Hong Kong.
To purchase tickets, visit www.FlySeair.com or call 849-0100. For updates on promos and new routes, Like SEAIR on Facebook at www.facebook.com/flyseair.