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What to do in Macau
Macau is known as “Asia’s Las Vegas” or “Vegas of the East”. But don’t think that gambling is the only allure you’ll find here. The country’s other treasures are its traditional Chinese culture, exotic Portuguese buildings, and its historical and cultural heritage sites. That’s why you should discover more sides of Macau!
If you think the odds are in your favour, place your bets in Macau’s many gambling entertainments. Enjoy roulette, blackjack and other games in the country’s best casinos like The Venetian Macao, Golden Dragon Casino, and Altira Macao. And for a bit of action twist, you can also spend your money on horse racing and greyhound racing.
The country is also rich in history and is packed with churches, temples, fortresses, and other ancient buildings. Visit the famous A-Ma Temple in Macau Peninsula and the beautiful Ruins of St. Paul. See one of the country’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites and experience the Macau World Heritage Walk.
Macau also has wonderful museums for travellers who chase culture. Check out the Macau Museum, Taipa Houses Museum, and the Museum of Taipa and Coloan History.
If you’re not drawn to history, you should go to the Macau Tower for awesome views, bungy jumping, and other adventure sports. Or you can take photos, spend money on shopping, and enjoy theme-park activities on Fisherman’s Wharf.
Of course, taking the day and just exploring the cities by foot is and tasting the country’s cuisine are great ways for you to get to know Macau even more.
Macau has plenty of other spots for you to see. And odds are, you’ll find something to love here too. So make the most of your time in the country by reading this all-in-one guide to Macau.
When to visit Macau
The best time for you to visit Macau is between autumn and winter (October-December) so you can enjoy cool temperatures as you wander around the country.
What luck! You can fly to Macau whenever you want, because as an Australian citizen you can visit the country visa-free for 30 days. Just make sure your passport is valid for at least six months from your date of return to Australia. Check out Smartraveller for more info.
Travelling to and around Macau
You will be landing in Macau International Airport. Start wandering this vibrant country by bus, taxi, and cycle rickshaw.
We’re willing to bet you’ll have a great holiday in Macau! So pack your suitcase, grab your passport, and book cheap flights to Macau now with Skiddoo.
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