WHY VISIT MACAU?
Macau Starts Here
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If you hanker for historic heritage or the latest in spectacular entertainment, Macao (or Macau, either spelling is correct) offers a unique blend of Asian culture with a European twist. Whether you're a history buff, entertainment lover, culinary enthusiast, or simply enjoy shopping for the latest duty-free fashions, Macau starts right here, on the Cotai Strip.
Nestled off the coast of China, Macau is a unique destination with heritage at its very heart. Even seasoned travellers will find that there is nowhere else in Asia quite like Macau. Travel here and uncover an intriguing history, coupled with all the luxuries of a contemporary resort.
Getting to Macau is easy, with flights from major Asian gateways straight into Macau International Airport, and ferry connections from Hong Kong International Airport and Hong Kong's ferry ports.
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.
Visitors will enjoy the opportunity to learn about Macau and its colourful heritage at a relaxed and unhurried pace. A unique and delightful fusion of Portuguese and Chinese culture, architecture and cuisine, Macau is an intoxicating mix of effervescent delights from two very different ways of life.
Something For Everyone
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.
Journey back in time with a walk along the cobbled streets of Old Taipa Village and soak in the historic charms of the area's Portuguese influence. Or enjoy the here and now amongst a multitude of the latest world-class brands in a luxurious haven of duty-free shopping.
End an enjoyable day of retail therapy or sightseeing with a relaxing massage before taking in one of the latest spectacular shows. Macau has some of the best nightlife and entertainment in Asia, which is a unique attraction in itself.
Of course, no Macao holiday is complete without an expedition through the gastronomic delights of the country and beyond.
Chinese or Thai, Italian or American, every cuisine can be found here - from simple local snacks right through to acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurants.
Macau's own culinary heritage is delicious and varied, from Portuguese-inspired custard tarts and salted cod to the traditional Macanese favourites of pork chop buns and sweet, melt-in-the-mouth almond cookies.
Whether you hunger for traditional Macanese nibbles or gourmet dining, a visit to Macau will guide your taste buds on a delicious journey of discovery.