Now hiring tour hosts in Costa Rica, Ibiza Spain & Macau.

Now hiring tour hosts in San Jose, Costa Rica, Ibiza, Spain & Macau, China.

Have you ever wanted to travel the world but just haven’t had the time or money to do it? I present you  the perfect opportunity by joining our team of professionals. Players Club Tours operates a multi-million dollar casino business that takes high net worth gamblers to the top beaches and casinos all over the world.

The knowledged, professional and courteous staff here at Player’s Club Tours strives to create a unique, stress-free and memorable travel experience for each of our VIP preferred guests. We not only guide them through a hassle-free travel experience, but we will also ensure that their individual style is accommodated while abroad.

Whether our clients travel individually, as a couple, or with a small group they will travel in style and luxury from the moment the trip begins. Our staff will arrange for the most comfortable airline accommodations and stays at the finest resorts across the globe. This trip will center around the client and their needs, making it a trip of a lifetime. Our preferred guests deserve the very best that the world has to offer and we confidently arrange that for them.

Our luxury world travel tours include the top 10 beaches and the top 10 casino destinations in the world. We send our clients to explore the wonders of the Pacific Rim such as the eclectic city of Hong Kong where East meets West; the luxuriously adorned resorts and casinos of Macau; and the natural exotic splendor of Phuket, Thailand. If you’ve ever dreamed of exploring South America, we travel to the surreal destination of Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, and adventure through the lush tropical rain forests of Costa Rica.

We strive to cater to our clients lifestyle and personal interests. Our tour hosts arrange for daily activities for our clients to enjoy. Whether they prefer to spend their time relaxing on a sandy beach; gaming in a world famous casino, trekking through lush tropical rainforests, or scuba diving in tropical warm waters; our tour hosts personalize every detail of the trip. Again, our goal is to create memories that will last a lifetime.

Absolute Satisfaction Period.

On top of a great salary, all travel expenses are paid by our company. It is important that you are bi-lingual in both english and spanish.

The Rules to apply to the job, follow them carefully.

#1- Learn about our company by visiting our website’s main pages.  Please read up on all the luxury tours that we offer.

#2- Like our Facebook page and follow us.  Browse our FB photo albums so you can get familiar with the vacations we plan.

#3- Friend request Ryan Slate and send him your resume as an attachment via Facebook

We’re interviewing people via skype & hiring between August 15th – September 10th 2013. Contact Ryan via Facebook with any questions or call toll free 1-866-968-8687

  • bi-lingual in english & spanish.
  • be very outgoing & friendly.

You must live within 75 miles of

  • San Jose, Costa Rica,
  • Ibiza Spain
  • Macau China.


Donald asks…

Is it possible to live a Portuguese-only life in the Chinese special administrative region of Macau?

A friend of mine from Brazil will be living in Macau for at least one year for a temporary job posting. Portuguese is his first language and he speaks not a word of Chinese.

Macau was formerly a colony of Portugal that was returned to China in 1999. Portuguese is retained in the territory as one of its co-official languages. However, the Cantonese dialect of Chinese is the major native language of Macau and only a small portion of the population uses Portuguese on a regular basis.

Still, is Portuguese prevalent enough in Macau where you could survive using just that language? Are all government services still offered in Portuguese? Are media and cultural resources still widely available in the language? Do enough everyday people in Macau have at least some basic knowledge of the language so that you can undertake all your day-to-day tasks (i.e. shopping, getting around, paying utility bills, etc.) in Portuguese?

Players Club Tours answers:

They speak Portuguese, in some areas,
Althought the majority of the Macanese people speak Cantonoese, they know at least the basics of Portuguese (or an hybrid version of it, Creole) if they are native to the island.

Yes, your friend will be able to live in Macau as if he was living in Portugal.
Macanese culture was influenced by the Portuguese themselves. Just look at it’s architecture, gastronomy, etc.

Here’s an interesting documentary:


Macau Gambling King

Richard asks…

my son is doing this report on China.?

.He have this report that is do friday. He is looking for different kinds of culture in China.Different places to Visit. Things like that. Any things well help.

Players Club Tours answers:

There are 52 different ethnicites in china. Some include tibetan people that live in the west. Other parts of western china are dominated by muslims. One of the most popular places to visit is xian, that is where the buried soldiers are. A few thousand years ago, a king wanted to make clay models of his entire fleet. It got buried and rediscovered 40 yrs ago. Other places to visit include hong kong. That is a very capitalist place and was the finance centre of china. Shanghai is another popular destination, and that is the business centre of china with many foreigners living there. Hainan is where people go to swim and enjoy the beach. It is a tropical place. Beijing is the capital. They have many palaces there, and that is where the great wall is located. The great wall was originally built to keep foreigners out. That didnt work, and china was conquered by mongols. Chinese people eat a lot of seafood. That is the most popular kind of meat there. They eat a lot more vegetables than meat. The most popular past time there is swimming. People also like to gamble. The biggest casinos are located in macau, an ex portuguese settlement.

Best of luck!

The Wonders of Macau

The Wonders Of Macau

Seamlessly blending Portuguese and Chinese culture, Macau is a city of unique enchantment, exemplified by the UNESCO World Heritage site status of its historic center. Dramatically contrasting with the center’s old-world charm are the city’s world-class hotels and resorts, expansive tourism and entertainment facilities, luxurious shopping malls, and state-of-the-art convention and exhibition venues.

Macau also offers mouth-watering cuisine, glittering night views and a calendar packed full of events, including the Macau Arts Festival, Macau International Dragon Boat Races, Macau International Fireworks Display Contest, Macau Food Festival, and Macau Grand Prix.

The Ruins of St.

The Ruins of St. Paul’s (also known as Sam Ba Sing Tzik) stands adjacent to the famous Mount Fortress and Macau Museum. The front façade and the grand stone stairs are the only remains of the greatest church in Macau.

First constructed in 1580,St. Paul’s Church caught fires in 1595 and 1601. However, reconstruction started in 1602 soon after the church was burnt down. Completed in 1637, the church became the biggest Catholic Church inEast Asiaat that time. Unfortunately, a violent typhoon hitMacauin 1835 and the church caught fire for the third time leaving its glory a history. According to historical materials, St Paul’s Church, built with white stones, had a grand vaulted roof. It had three magnificently decorated halls.

Built with granites, Sam Ba Sing Tzik has a baroque facade rich in ornamentation but with classic oriental characteristics. From the bottom up, the structure has five tiers. The first tier is comprised of ten Ionic columns with three entrances. The entrance in the middle has ‘MATER DEI’ carved into it. The two entrances on each side are decorated with bas-reliefs in the pattern of ‘HIS’. The second tier features ten Corinthian columns with three windows. A Catholic saint is enshrined in each of four tabernacles between columns. The two tiers as a whole is said to represent the Society of Jesus and the activities of missionaries.

A-Ma Temple

Macau’s name is derived from A-Ma-Gau or Place of A-Ma and this temple dedicated to the seafarers’ goddess dates from the early 16th century.  According to legend, A-Ma, a poor girl looking for passage to Canton, was refused by the wealthy junk owners but a lowly fisherman took her on board. A storm blew up and wrecked all but the boat carrying the girl.

On arrival in Macau, she vanished, only to reappear as a goddess on the spot where the fishermen built her temple.

A-Ma Temple is situated halfway up the western slope of Barra Hill. It consists of the Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guanyin, and Zhengjiao Chanlin (a Buddhist pavilion),each forming a small part of the well-ordered complex which sits in perfect harmony with the natural environment. The variety of pavilions dedicated to the worship of different deities in a single complex make A-Ma Temple an exemplary representation of Chinese culture inspired by Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and multiple folk beliefs.

Mt. Fortress


Built in conjunction with the Jesuits from 1617 to 1626, this was onceMacau’s principal military defense structure. The fortress was equipped with cannons, military barracks, wells, and an arsenal that held sufficient ammunition and supplies to endure a siege lasting up to two years. The fortress covers an area of 10,000 square meters and is in the shape of a trapezoid. The four corners of the fortress protrude to form bulwarks.

These are just a few of the many wonders of Macau.  There is such a variety of activities to do in this wonderful city, ranging from historical sites to an amazingly fun and enchanting night scene.  This is a place you won’t want to miss! 

Macau Casino

Joseph asks…


Please give the e-mail and website of MACAU CASINO JUMBO DRAW, FOREIGN SERVICES MANAGER, ASIA PACIFIC MANILA PHILIPPINES, Customer Service, Ref: MC/714, Batch: 042/02/xa1926x4/99

Players Club Tours answers:

Don’t bother. If you attempt to answer this email you will be giving out more information than you will care to and you’ll be aiding a SCAM.

You receive an unsolicited email, which states that you have won a major prize in an international lottery. Supposedly, your email address was collected online and attached to a random number that was subsequently entered in a draw for the lottery. In order to claim your prize, you are instructed to contact the official “agent” in charge of your case. You are also advised to keep the win confidential for “security reasons”. This part of the scam is basically a random phishing expedition. If you respond in any way to the email, the scammers will send further messages or even contact you by phone in an attempt to draw you deeper into the scam.

You may be asked to provide banking details, a large amount of personal information, and copies of your driver’s licence and passport. Ostensibly, these requests are to prove your identity and facilitate the transfer of your winnings. However, if you comply with these requests, the scammers will have enough information to steal your identity.

Sooner or later, the scammers will request some sort of advance fee supposedly to cover administration, legal or delivery costs. At its core, this scam is just a reworking of the Nigerian loan fraud, in which scammers also eventually ask for upfront fees to facilitate the “deal”. Like Nigerian scams, victims who do actually pay the requested fees will probably find that they receive continuing payment demands to cover “unexpected expenses”. The requests for money will go on until the victim realizes what is happening or has no further money to send.

In some cases, the scammers give victims the option of opening an account at a particular bank as an alternative to paying upfront fees. However, this “bank” which is completely bogus, will insist on an initial deposit of $3000 as a requirement for opening the account. The fake bank will have a legitimate looking website to reinforce the scam. In other cases, the victim is given the option of travelling to an overseas destination and paying a cash fee to facilitate the release of the funds. However, any “winnings” released to the victim will be counterfeit and therefore worthless.

The details of the lottery scams vary regularly with regard to the name of the lottery itself, the country of origin, the sponsoring organization, the amount of the “prize” and other particulars. The scammers try to add a patina of legitimacy to their claims by mentioning real financial institutions, government departments or well-known companies. They may also provide links to slick looking, but fraudulent websites that are designed to back up information included in the scam emails. If the scammers are successful in establishing a dialogue with a potential victim, they may provide “proof” such as a scanned image of a supposed government official’s ID and even photographs of the “winnings” in cash.

Complete list of SCAM e-mail addresses.



Macau Guided Tours

Sandy asks…

What are the attractions in Macau that can be visited without a tour guide?

We want to go to Macau but for one day only and we will be arriving there at 2:00pm so we could not avail anymore for the tour package because an agent told me that afternoon tour starts at 1pm. So i would just like to know what are the places of interests in Macau that i can visit by just riding a bus. Please tell me of the attraction that are near with each other so that it would just take us walking along each attractions. what are the other attactions near Ruins of St Paul College?

Players Club Tours answers:


try the tour machine fr Avis…. It’s easy & fun! Not expensive at all. N they hv tour start at 3pm daily. O/w…… Taxi is cheap in Macau. U can take taxi around the island or just jump on those free shuttles of casino(s) to travel around.

But definitely the Avis tour machine is what u need!


Top 10 Things To Do In San Jose, Costa Rica

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San Jose, Costa Rica has a wide variety of attractions, from butterflys to bullfights. Read on for information about the top ten…

You’ve flown into San Juantamaria Airport (SJO) in Alajuela and take a taxi or bus into San Jose to your hotel.  Once you’re ready to venture from your hotel room, here are a few suggestions:

1. Zoo Avenue

Zoo Avenue is a sanctuary for injured animals on one hand and a bird-lover’s paradise on the other. See colorful macaws, toucans and others from Costa Rica and around the world, mysterious owls, hungry raptors. There are also deer and monkeys and a good-sized crocodile. Time out: 2 hours

2. La Basilica de Nuestra Senora de los Angeles

Though destroyed in 1926 by an earthquake and rebuilt after, the basilica is still a very popular attraction. When Christianity came to Costa Rica, there were many devotees to the goddesses. Because of this, the Virgin Mary became very popular. The legend states that the statue of the virgin appeared miraculously on the site. Even if you aren’t religious, this is a beautiful church

3. Art

The art of Costa Rica is preserved in several popular museums.

First is the Museo de Arte Costarricense – known as el MAC – is home to the national collection of art which includes over 2,500 pieces. Sculptures, woodcarvings, and paintings can be seen here, as well as traveling exhibits from around the world. Then there’s the Galeria Ocelote. The Galeria was created to promote Latin American handcrafts. Shown here are textile designs, sculptures and ceramics among other things.

4. Butterflies

Costa Rica is home to an abundance of magnificent butterflies. Two gardens in San Jose will let you get up close and personal with these kaleidoscopic creatures. At the Spirogyra Butterfly Garden, you can learn about the natural history of Costa Rica and see the living relationship between the butterflies and their surroundings. See also beautiful plants and hummingbirds. Stop by the gift shop for lunch, all things butterfly and fabulous coffee. Open 8 to 4.

At the Butterfly Farm, just south of Alajuala, you can walk through an enclosed garden while the butterflies flutter about. You’ll see up to 80 different types of butterflies as well as see the various phases of the butterfly’s life, from egg to caterpiller to cocoon. The cocoons themselves are displayed in the shimmering colors and movement that helps keep them safe from predators. Daily bus tours leave from many San Jose hotels and is included in the admission. 2 hour guided tour.

In addition to these two, there is also the La Paz Waterfall Gardens. This is an attraction that offers not only a huge butterfly garden (claimed to be the largest in the world) but takes you into the rain forest alongside the La Paz River to see orchids and hummingbirds and a series of waterfalls that are nothing short of breathtaking. La Paz may be a bit pricey, but it’s worth every peso. There’s a remarkable hotel here as well. Plan at least 2 to 4 hours to see it all.

5. Café Britt Farm

Coffee Break time? How about a trip to the coffee farm? Café Britt is one of the top coffees in Costa Rica and the company has an interesting tour at the farm 20 minutes outside of San Jose. From the plant to the roaster to the can, see all phases of production. And, of course, a trip to the coffee farm wouldn’t be complete without a taste. Differing qualities of coffee are there for you to try and there’s a gift shop and restaurant as well.

6. Lankester Gardens

Costa Rica boasts over 1000 varieties of orchids and there are over 800 here at Lankester Gardens in Cartago (30 to 40 minutes from San Jose by bus.) The gardens are administered by the University of Costa Rica and the goal is to preserve the local flora. Walk their well tended trails from sunlight to the shadow of the forest, seeing orchids in bloom everywhere. Give yourself up to three hours for this and don’t miss the gift shop.

7. Bull fighting

If you can call it that. Ticos play at bullfighting. Las Corridas a la Tica is a popular sport. No traditional blood and guts killing of the bull here, though. Ticos prefer to just tease el toro. It’s rather an enclosed running of the bulls as up to 150 toreadors improvisados ( improvised bullfighters) scramble to stay out of the bulls way. If the bullfighters are feeling particularly brave, they’ll slap the bull’s behind on it’s way by.

8. Volcan Arenal

Not technically in San Jose, but worth a day trip to see the one of the most amazing volcanoes in Central America. The night view is breathtaking as Arenal throws fireworks into the air.

9. Soccer

The soccer season runs from September to June and Ticos – native Costa Rican – are serious fans. Costa Rican soccer is as good as any in Central America and their national team has gone to the World Cup more than once. Games are usually on Sunday at 11:00 a.m. and tickets range from $2 to $15. Better to pay more and get reserved seating in the shade.

The local team is Saprissa (affectionately called El Monstruo, or “The Monster”).

10. The sun has set and it’s time to party. Is there anything to do in San Jose at night?

Absolutely! Let’s face it, where there are tourists and college students – there is NIGHTLIFE! If you want to find out what’s going on while you’re there, where the local ex-pats are hanging out, pick up a copy of Tico Times and have a ball.

Gambling is legal in Costa Rica, so there is a wide variety of places to rid yourself of that pesky extra money. Play slots, poker, blackjack, roulette. Shoot craps. It’s all there for you.

There are discos, dance clubs, and bars aplenty in San Jose. Many of these will draw you to the dance floor with an intoxicating salsa beat. El Pueblo, an entertainment complex in the style of old Spain, offers a smorgasbord of places to try.

Just south of the University is a 2-block stretch called La Calle de Amargure (Street of Bitterness). While the name doesn’t sound inviting, it’s a haven for the suburbanites and college kids. Bars and cafes mixed with shops and bookstores. At night, the place hops.

Feeling a little more artsy than hanging with the wild bunch? Cool. San Jose has a great selection of theater and performing arts. Burlesque, modern dance, theater, symphony, and concerts all vie for your attention. Every March, the country hosts El Festival Nacional de las Artes and each night you will have an amazing selection of things to choose from.

Before you head out, though, a word to the wise. Because downtown San Jose is very compact, you can get pretty much anywhere you want to go on foot. Often, that’s the fastest way to get around. But street crime is a bit of a problem so be careful. Hang on to your purse – better yet, get a fanny pack. Don’t flash your jewelry or camera around. Better to be safe than sorry.

With its wonderful climate, rich growing jungles that are home to abundant color, both in plants and animals, and age-old culture, Costa Rica, particularly San Jose, is a great getaway.

Please Look at our upcoming tours page to take an amazing Costa Rica adventure with us

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Top Ten Most Popular Things to do in Costa Rica

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There are more things to do in Costa Rica than you’ll likely have days for. These are the most popular.

Canopy tours
Whether it’s a zip-line thrill ride, gondola, or naturalist educational trip through the treetops, canopy tours have exploded in popularity in the past decade.

Coffee tours
Before it was overtaken by tourism, coffee was the driving force of Costa Rica‘s economy. A tour of a coffee farm and processing facility is a great way to satisfy your curiosity about the source of your morning cuppa and get an introduction to Tico history and culture.

Surfing & Windsurfing
Costa Rica breaks are world renowned, and rightly so. Inland, Lake Arenal has constantly balmy water (66 to 71 °F, 19-21 °C), average wind speeds of 24 mph (40 kph), and an exquisite setting for windsurfers. Rental equipment and lessons for both types of board sport are available.

Volcano Watching
Arenal is the premier destination with its lava flows, fire belching, and rolling smoking boulders, but Poás and Irazú have their attractions as well.

Nature Cruise
The canals of Tortuguero, wetlands of Caño Negro, and mangroves of the Damas estuary adjacent to Manuel Antonio are the most popular places to sit back relax and let the boatman be your guide to bird and wildlife spotting.

As you might suspect in a country covered in rain forest that rises from one ocean to 12,000 feet and drops back to sea level in the space of 70 miles, whitewater abounds in Costa Rica. Trips cater to all ability levels and interests.

Sunning, swimming, surfing, sailing, scuba, snorkeling, and that’s just the S’s. Beach lovers might think that Christopher Columbus had them in mind when he dubbed this (or did he?) the land of the “Rich Coast”.

Nature Walk
This catchall category covers everything from a walk on a paved path to multi-night treks up the bed of a river to prime jaguar country. Most visitors to Costa Rica spend at least some time hiking through the rain and cloud forests or along the beaches.

Hot Springs
There are hundreds of hotsprings in this volcanic land and a couple of them have spawned spas. If you want to relax your tired muscles (or have a masseur relax them for you) hit the natural pools, then spend a night at Tabacón resort.

Rainforests, mountains, and canyons add up to countless waterfalls and you can enjoy anything from walk up viewing platforms a few yards from a restaurant to strenuous hikes into secluded skinny-dipping pools.

Bird Watching
Everyone becomes an amateur birder as soon as they land in Costa Rica. You can’t help but notice the remarkable colors, calls and plumage, and you’ll find plenty of serious bird watchers and qualified guides to fill you in on the habits and natural history of the species you see.
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