Plan an amazing trip to Macau
Located to the south west of Hong Kong, Macau is a small and surprising region of China, where east meets west to create unforgettable holiday memories.
The historic centre of Macau is the oldest and best preserved UNESCO world heritage site in China. It is a place of lavish cultural monuments, displaying Asian and European (notably Portuguese) influences, as it was a former Portuguese colony. There are innumerable ancient ruins to discover, such as the temple of A-Ma, the imposing ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Guai Fortress.
Equally impressive is the lavish Buddhist Puji Temple and the more modern, but incredible Macau Tower, the tenth tallest in the world. You can continue your discovery of the region’s heritage through its various museums.
You can stroll through the charming streets where shopaholics enjoy the numerous stores, then stop to relax for a moment on the beach.
Known as the “Las Vegas of the East”, Macau promises evenings of entertainment to delight gamblers with its numerous casinos.
You will also discover the incredible ‘Macanese’ cuisine, combining Portuguese and Chinese influences. Try traditional Portuguese dishes such as salt cod or discover new flavours in Macau’s specialities such as crab curry.
A complete change of scenery in an exotic new location!
Best time to go to Macau
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