Macao Guide

MACAU GUIDE


With its luxurious accommodation and lively feel, Macau’s Cotai Strip is the Las Vegas of the East - the hottest area for glittering entertainment. This vibrant location provides an ideal base from which to make the most of your trip to Macau.

WHY VISIT MACAU?

WHY VISIT MACAU?

  • With its luxurious accommodation and lively feel, Macau's Cotai Strip is the Las Vegas of the East - the hottest area for glittering entertainment.
  • Designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005, the historic centre of Macau reflects the importance of the peninsula's dynamic trading history, one of the earliest meeting points of traders from East and West.
  • There is much to explore in Macau, from the iconic Ruins of St. Paul's, to the quiet beaches and natural greenery of Coloane Island.
  • Of course, no Macau holiday is complete without an expedition through the gastronomic delights of the country and beyond.

MACAU LANDMARKS

MACAU LANDMARKS

  • Ma Temple
  • Ruins of St Pauls
  • Senado Square
  • Taipa Houses-Museum
  • Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre

WHERE TO EAT IN MACAU

WHERE TO EAT IN MACAU

A visit to Macau at any time of the year is a delicious feast for all the senses – not least the taste buds. Savoury or sweet, Western or Asian, a full-blown banquet or merely a simple snack, the plentiful gastronomic legacy of Portugal, China and Macau and the best of international cuisine converge in a menu that is tantalisingly varied. The only dilemma is deciding what to eat in Macau!