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Macau SAR Trips (flight + hotel)

Top hotels in Macau SAR

Wynn Palace
Wynn Palace
5 out of 5
Avenida Da Nave Desportiva, Cotai
The price is P6,813 per night from 13 May to 13 May
4.7/5Exceptional! (992 reviews)
"Exceptional room and facilities, quality of room materials and design are top notch. All aspects in room are very well thought out ranging from materials to door mechanics and weight, to the simplicity of the tablet that controls all electronics in the room. Loved the stay!"

Reviewed on Nov 22, 2020

Wynn Palace
St. Regis Macao
St. Regis Macao
5 out of 5
The Londoner Macao, Estrada do Istmo, S/N, Cotai
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is P6,166 per night from 10 May to 10 May
4.7/5Exceptional! (436 reviews)
"Excellent staff service and breakfast."

Reviewed on Apr 4, 2021

St. Regis Macao
MGM MACAU
MGM MACAU
5 out of 5
Avenida Dr. Sun Yat Sen, NAPE, Macau
The price is P7,833 per night from 23 May to 23 May
4.4/5Wonderful! (520 reviews)
need to change shuttle bus drop offN
"My only issue with the hotel is when you take the shuttle from the airport they drop you off so far away from the lobby. You have to lug your luggage they a mall, which no one helps you. Then across the aquarium lobby and to the front desk. With 4 pieces of luggage and two of them at 30kg it’s not ..."

Reviewed on Jan 16, 2020

MGM MACAU
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Top things to do in Macau SAR

Macau Holidays

An old Portuguese colony across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong, Macau has an intriguing fusion of cultures and one of the world’s biggest gambling scenes. Macau became a home to Portuguese traders in the 16th century and remained under Portuguese influence until it was handed back to China in 1999. Over the years, Portuguese and Chinese cultures blended, giving rise to interesting cuisine, architecture and cultural practices. Today Macau has a definite Cantonese flair but it maintains its own identity distinct from both China and Hong Kong.

Wander the streets of the World Heritage-listed Historic Centre to see some gorgeous colonial architecture. The bright colours and neoclassical designs on Senate Square, the heart of the old town, could leave you thinking that you’re in Portugal.

One of the city’s best-known landmarks is the ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral. You’ll see statues and immaculate gardens as you approach its intricate façade which, along with the stone stairs, is the only remaining part of the building.

Just near the cathedral ruins is Monte Fort, which the Jesuits started building in 1617 for protection against attacks from the sea. It was later adopted as Macau’s main defense structure. You can still see old cannons and fortified walls. Inside, at the Museum of Macau, you’ll find detailed exhibits and an excellent bookstore.

More examples of colonial architecture are over at the Guia Fortress. This historical fort, chapel and lighthouse sits on the highest point of the Macau Peninsula and has excellent views.

For classical Chinese architecture, visit the A-Ma Temple, the oldest temple in Macau. History buffs don’t need to stop there, though. Macau is home to dozens more historical buildings and institutions that range from old Chinese libraries to the Maritime Museum. See the more modern structures of the city as you take in the views from Macau Tower.

In the evenings, check out the Cotai Strip, home to some of the biggest and most impressive casinos in the world. Be sure to see a show at one of many in-house theatres of the casinos, or shop in the upmarket boutiques. When you get hungry, sample some of the local cuisine. Macanese food is some of the most delicious and interesting in Asia.

Macau is one of China’s most unique cities. Its colonial history has left a fascinating legacy around which modern casinos have flourished.

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