1. firstly i like in macau "Ruins of St. Paul’s" : Popularly known as Sam Ba Sing Tzik, Ruins of St. Pauls is situated near Mount Fortress and Macau Museum and is one of the most popular places in Macau. It is one of the top Macau tourist spots.
2. "The Venetian" : Venetian the Vegas style and Venice-themed hotel is one of the stylish and best places to visit at Macau. It is known for ultra-luxurious expanses, spectacular d-cor, lavish facilities and amazing activities.
3. In fact, however, both the Hong Kong Dollar and, in some places, the Chinese RMB are accepted. Three currencies in one small region, now, this tells you something.
4. With growth comes opportunity. As a place known for its hospitality and entertainment industry, it is a popular job-seeking ground for those looking for advancement in these sectors.
5. "Fishermans Wharf" : Located near Maritime Terminal, Fishermans Wharf is a themed shopping mall and park, designed following Euramerican fisherman’s wharfs.
6. "Macau Museum" : Located in Monte Fortress, Macau Museum is a huge display area, exhibiting items and souvenirs of different communities and nationalities.
7. Macau Ferry Terminal & Heliport - This unconventional yet interesting tourist attraction in Macau is popularly known as Shun Tak Macau terminal and welcomes flights between Macau and Hong Kong.
8. Skycap Cable Car - The cable car ride commences at the foothills of Machicang Mountain and covers a journey of 1700 meters at an elevation of over 700 meters.--
9. Nam Van Lake - Evenings are spellbinding here as the interesting laser show lures travelers from across the world to this destination.
10. Flora Garden - Along with this the garden is adorned with flowerbeds, small waterfalls and belvedere.
11. Macau is a multicultural place where you can find people from different places with different culture and beliefs.
12. There are pretty much restaurants in every corner with different kinds of food.
13. If you are looking a more excited and get-together environment then Macau is not really a great choice, but if you like a more quiet and secure environment in my opinion Macau is the best.
14. "City of Dreams" : Located in Cotai, City of Dreams is a hi-tech and glittering entertainment zone and very popular among Macau tourist attractions. Nightlife in City of Dreams is just amazing with sparkling casinos, dazzling discotheques, posh pubs, exquisite clubs, amazing live performances, stylish accommodations, fine dining restaurants of global cuisine and designer brand shopping.
15. "Mandarin’s House" : Located by the side of Lilau Square, Mandarins house was the residence of Zheng Guanying who was a patriotic merchant of modern China.
16. "Taipa Village" : Just a few steps away from the Macaus famous Casino strip lies this traditional village which is one of the best areas of the city preserved.
17. Leave Your Footprints on Hac Sa (Black Sand) Beach.
18. Macau's mouthwatering Food.
19. St Lawrence Church - he neo-classical structure with subtle Baroque decorative inspirations fascinates visitors. Definitely one of the charming places to see in Macau!
20. The cost of living comparison of Numbeo shows that in all major cost of living indicators such as housing, food, transport, utilities, and purchasing power, Hong Kong and Singapore are significantly higher than Macau. The Statistics and Census Service of Macau (DSEC) has released a report saying that the consumer price index has increased steadily this year.