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Things to do in Macau
Macau has been named “Asia’s Las Vegas” because it’s famous for gambling, but don’t think that casinos are the only allure you’ll find in the country. Its other treasures are its rich Chinese culture, exotic Portuguese buildings, and historical heritage sites. Truly, there are plenty of other gems in Macau for you to discover.
Are the odds in your favour? Then place your bets in Macau’s many gambling entertainments. Enjoy blackjack, roulette, and other games of chance in the country’s best casinos, like The Venetian Macao, Golden Dragon Casino, and Altira Macao. Add a twist of action and spend your money on the exciting horse races and greyhound races.
The country is also rich in history and is packed with churches, temples, fortresses and other ancient buildings. Bring your camera to the famous A-Ma Temple in Macau Peninsula and the beautiful Ruins of St Paul. Visit one of the country’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites and experience the Macau World Heritage Walk.
Satisfy the culture vulture in you and visit Macau’s wonderful museums. Check out the Macau Museum, Taipa Houses Museum, and the Museum of Taipa and Coloan History too.
If adventure is what makes your heart pound, go straight to the Macau Tower for amazing views of the city and try its Bungy Jump, SkyJump, and other exciting adventure sports!
Next, take photos, go shopping, or spend time enjoying theme park activities at Firsherman’s Wharf. Take the day and explore Macau on foot. You can also taste the country’s cuisine and get to know the local way of life even more with a food trip around Macau.
Macau has plenty of other destinations for you to enjoy. And odds are, you’ll find something to love here too. So make the most out of your trip and check out this all-in-one travel guide to Macau. And if you have more time, why not fly to Hong Kong and explore Macau’s exciting neighbor too?
What you should know
The best time to visit Macau is between autumn and winter, from October to December, so you can enjoy cool temperatures as you wander around the country.
Pack your bags now, because Singaporeans can fly to Macau and visit visa-free for up to 30 days. If you want to stay longer in Macau, just visit the Embassy of The People’s Republic of China in The Republic of Singapore for more travel info.
Travelling to and around Macau
Your flight will be bound for Macau International Airport. You can travel around Macau easily by bus, taxi, cycle rickshaw, and booking your own tours.
We’re willing to bet that you’ll have a great holiday in Macau! Now go and grab your passport to book your Macau flights with Skiddoo today.
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