"Macau is known as the Las Vegas of Asia because of there are innumerable Casinos in Macao and makes up the majority of GDP and employment of this place. There are other cultural architecture and beautiful landscapes present in Macao which I would love to visit someday.
These are my top 20 things to do in Macao:-
1. Macau Fisherman's Wharf- It is the first theme park in Macau.
2. The Mandarin’s House- This property displays what life was like for a prosperous family during the late 19th century in China, and it is an extraordinarily large home, containing over 60 rooms and covering approximately 4000 square meters.
3. Guia Cable Car-It takes you to the Guia Hill which which is one of the highest point in the city.
4. Grand Prix Museum- You can find everything related to the Grand Prix racing here.
5. Nam Van Lake- It is one of two man made lakes in Macau. It is a beautiful place to visit in the evenings.
6. Macau's world-class spas- Macau’s spas are a must visit. They might be expensive but offer world class services.
7. House of Dancing Water- Macau’s most expensive show is also its most extraordinary. The House of Dancing Water was created and directed by legendary show-maker Franco Dragone and blends elements of theatre, dance, acrobatics and water stunts with Chinese mythologies and other Asian elements.
8. Rent a Cabana-The Venetian Macao offers luxury cabanas for a truly swanky poolside experience.
9. Visit the Playboy Bunnies- After Hugh Heffner’s mansion, the Playboy Bunnies have come to Venetian Macao.
10. Soak Up Local Culture in Coloane- A quiet place where I can have a look at the Local Culture
11. Macau’s Giant Panda Pavilion- It’s a place to have look at Pandas and other animals like lemurs and monkeys.
12. World's largest rooftop wave pool-The 2200-room Galaxy Macau resort on the Cotai Strip is home to the world's largest rooftop wave pool.
13. Minchi-The main dish of Macau is minchi, which is minced meat with potato cubes and rice. It is simple and sublime, and exhibits the marriage of Portuguese and Chinese cuisine and culture.
14. Hac Sa Beach- Hac Sa Beach - which means ""Black Sand Bay"" is Macau's largest natural beach which is worth a visit if in Macau.
15. Na Tcha Temple- It is a Chinese folk religion temple in Macau, built in homage to the child god of war.94
16. Ruins of St. Paul's- It refers to the ruins of a 16th-century complex in Macau including of what was originally St. Paul's College and the Church of St. Paul also known as ""Mater Dei"".
17. Duty Free Shopping- Shops are renowned for offering designer labels at much less than in nearby cities. There’s also generous duty-free shopping, including at The Shoppes at Four Seasons, which features fashions from many high-end designers. 4
18. Macau Tower Skywalk- It has the World's Highest Bungy - 233m and the World's Highest Urban Tower Climb - 338m.
19. Maritime Museum- The maritime museum showcases the tradition & history of the South China fishing industry.
20. Dom Pedro V Theatre- It is one of the earliest European-style theatres built in Asia which is a treat for the eyes.