Airline offers cheap flights to Macau,Singapore,Hong Kong

A local airline announced that it is offering discounted tickets anew as it hopes to bring more tourists to Macau, Hong Kong and Singapore this year.
South East Asian Airlines said its one-way tickets to the top Asian destinations will be priced as low as P999 and P1,299 each. Customers can book their flights online or via landline phone until July 6, the company said in a statement.One-way flights to the said destinations usually cost around P3,000 to P7,800 each.

SEAIR flies to the said destinations from its hub in Clark, Pampanga. The tickets are good for travel until March 31, 2012.Macau, located on the western side of the Pearl River Delta in Guangdong province, is one of the 2 special administrative regions in China. The other one is Hong Kong.Previously a Portuguese colony, Macau offers travelers a mix of eastern and western cultures through its Chinese temples. Among its popular tourist attractions are the Senado Square, A-Ma Temple, Dom Pedro V Theater, Casa Garden and the Ruins of St. Paul’s Church.

Macau also has a number of big name casinos such as the Venetian and MGM Grand from the United States, making itself known as the Las Vegas of the East.Hong Kong, on the other hand, is considered a shopping mecca in Asia, with its malls, boutiques and street markets. Top hunting grounds in the city include Tsim Sha Tsui, Harbour City on Canton Road, and the Temple Street Night Market.The former British colony also has well-known tourist destinations such as Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Wong Tai Sin Temple and Man Mo Temple.

Singapore, meanwhile, is the fourth leading financial center and one of the 5 busiest ports in the world. Among its tourist attractions are the Singapore Zoo, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Chinatown Heritage Center, CHIJMES, and Universal Studios at the Resorts World Sentosa.The city-state also boasts of several shopping destinations such as Orchard Road and Bugis Junction.

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