1. Robuchon au Dome, a fine-diner on the 43rd floor from French celebrity chef Joel Robuchon, is one of two Macau restaurants bestowed with three Michelin stars
2. Carvings covering the facade and grand stairway include Chinese dragons, Japanese chrysanthemums, Portuguese sailing ships and more is a view not to be missed
3. Don't miss Senado Square, Macau's symbolic centre, lined with pretty pastel-coloured neo-classical buildings and paved with a striking black-and-white wave pattern.
4. The astonishing ruins of St. paul and Mount fortress
5. Those who have toured Hanoi's French Quarter by cyclo will know the romantic appeal of the pedal-powered slow tour.
6. Macau offers the planet's highest bungy jump from 233 metres above ground.
7. The shady parks of Macau like
Camoes garden offers lively view of residents playing chess, showing tai chi moves or walk their songbird in wooden cages
8. Experience of divine Taoism at A-Ma temple
9. The grand venetian shopping experience at The grand cannal shoppes
10. The delicacies of food market at tapai village
11. Serene view of the
aesthetic beach of Hac sa
12. Just down the alleyway from the Old Taipa Tavern is Antonio - a cosy eatery that elevates Portuguese cuisine to haute status.
13. The pictures you get at so many vibrant spots is anyone's dream
14. This place is so near to hong kong, only 62 kms away
15. Shopping experience is not just confined to day time, Night markets are a plus
16. Peaceful walks at the urban parks of Macau
17. Just down the alleyway from the Old Taipa Tavern is Antonio - a cosy eatery that elevates Portuguese cuisine to haute status is an unmissable extravaganza
18. They offer free guided tours from 2.30pm-5pm, 32 Rua de Sao Miguel, St Lazarus.
19. Get the feel of vegas at the
Casinos of Vegas of East.
20. The tour of museums in the city.