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08 Activities that will Keep You Entertained in Macau - Only the best of the lot

Being a hotspot of Asia, Macau is littered with fun things for you to do when you are on a vacation there.


Have a luxury hotel stay

Not falling short when it comes to choices of Macau hotels, 5 star and more can be found here. Indulge yourself in a luxurious holiday choose to be put up at Hotel Okura Macau or similar property.


Explore the ruins of Saint Paul

Known to be one of the most iconic sites and ruins in this part of the world, this is also one of the most photographed landmarks in the area. The ruins are what remains of an amazing and beautiful church that was destroyed by the fire in the early 1800s. Featuring inscriptions from the Bible in Chinese and other Asian languages, this mind-blowing site is a must-visit for all kinds of travellers.



Home to some of the best gourmet restaurants in Asia, if you are a food lover you should definitely not pass up an opportunity to sample the local cuisine in Macau. The top food places include the Military club and the Restaurante Fernando. Expert food lovers should also head down to Lord Stow so that he or she can experience authentic Portuguese egg tarts in possibly the best eatery in town.


Edible souvenirs

If you are not a first-time visitor to Macau you will know that the best souvenirs that can be bought in this area are not made of wood or bronze but, are made of fresh ingredients sourced regionally. Snacks like almond cookies and egg tarts are some of the most popular items that people take back home from their holiday here.


Experience the local Fisherman's Wharf in Macau

Locally known as the incarnation of Singapore's Sentosa Island, the Fisherman's Wharf found in Macau is an all-encompassing recreational hub where you will find retail therapy, fun and food all in one place. This place also has its own amusement park and various other highlights which includes a volcano. You will also find various boutiques in this area.


Explore Senado Square

Known to be one of the most European looking attractions in Macau, this place resembles a white town square that can be found in any part of Europe. Surrounded by Portuguese structures and iconic stone paths, there is also a fountain found right in the centre of the square.


The Macau Tower

This Tower is the city's most popular observation deck and it is home to the world's tallest bungee experience as well as a rotating restaurant. Standing tall at the height of more than 230 metres, you can visit this place and try the Skywalk to take a look at the captivating sights of the city below.


The casinos in Macau

Known to be the little Vegas of this part of the world, no trip to Macau is complete without you visiting at least one or more of the casinos found here. Spend the night gaming in the glittering buildings. Home to more than 40 world-class casinos, travellers here can take their pick from the many games found in the establishments.