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$137 -- Macau: House of Dancing Water + Ferry Tix, Save 30%*

Sold out - This deal was published May 28, 2013 and sold out May 31, 2013
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$137 -- Macau: House of Dancing Water + Ferry Tix, Save 30%$137 -- Macau: House of Dancing Water + Ferry Tix, Save 30%$137 -- Macau: House of Dancing Water + Ferry Tix, Save 30%
By Edwina Wong & Kar Tim Chua
Travelzoo Staff, Hong Kong

Enjoy the famed "The House of the Dancing Water" in Macau, the most expensive show in Asian History with a $250 million production, for just $137 (HKD 839) per person, including tax. This last-minute sale from New Star Travel features round-trip ferry ticket from Hong Kong to Macau, saving up 30% off regular costs. 

Valid until June 30, this offer includes:

  • Ticket to The House of Dancing Water with seat in Section B
  • Round-trip ferry ticket from Hong Kong to Macau with Cotai Water Jet
  • Free shuttle from Macau Ferry Terminal to City of Dreams Casino Resort

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Valid for 8pm shows on Monday and Thursday from now until June 30, 2013. Book at least 3 days in advance to enjoy this special rate.

Ranks #1 out of 139 Macau attractions on TripAdvisor, "The House of Dancing Water" is created by Franco Dragone, one of the founders of Cirque du Soleil. It is incorporated with numerous Chinese elements and showcases the talents of 77 performers and 130 production technicians from 18 countries. Highlights of the spectacular show include turning its multi-purpose stage from water to land in 60 seconds and actors diving into the pool using a three-man pendulum contraption.

Book by May 31. Available until sold out.

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*Terms/Conditions:
Prices based on HKD and converted to USD using XE.com on 05/29/2013. Rates include custom departure tax ($5/ HKD 40). Two people must travel together. Subject to availability and change. Restrictions may apply.
  • When
    Until Jun 30, 2013
  • Where
    Macau
  • Savings
    30%
  • Why We Like It
    A show that combines theater, dance, gymnastic artistry and high-performance diving