See the Sky

The painted sky that hangs over the Venetian Macao’s canals is truly breathtaking and many visitors are surprised that it’s not actually real. Yes, of course, you could just go outside and see the real thing but in here you can enjoy the air conditioning.


Sun Yat Sen Memorial House

Visit the Sun Yat Sen Memorial House, where Sun and his family lived and worked. It is a three story mansion that exhibits many of Sun’s personal items, such as papers, clothes, books, photographs, and speeches, and teaches visitors many intriguing facts about Chinese history.



New Year is also a great excuse for fireworks and firecrackers: the Macau Tower and Taipa waterfront are the best vantage points.


Jardim do Sao Francisco (S. Francisco Garden)

Jardim de S. Francisco is one of the beautiful and interesting gardens that you've probably never heard of in Macau. Located behind the Grand Lisboa hotel, this well landscaped and architecturally interesting city park is much enjoyed by local residents but is off the radar for most tourists.


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. Frolic in waves of up to 1.5 metres or stroll the beach of imported white sand.


Go back in time

There are few more charming neighbourhoods in Macau than historic Taipa Village. Wander the warren of tiny alleyways and lantern-lit piazzas


Gaming odds

With almost 30 world-class casinos, Macau delivers nonstop action.


Macanese cuisine

Many people travel the short distance from Hong Kong to Macau to purchase Portuguese bread and the small Portuguese custard tarts called natas.


World Heritage sites

With 25 World Heritage sites crammed into the compact Macanese peninsula, it's an enthralling place to ramble around and explore.


Casa Garden

Built in 1770, the park was originally the residence of a wealthy Portuguese merchant Manuel Pereira. At a later period, it was rented out to the English East India Company and was used to house the directors of the Macau branch of the company.


Amazing architecture

From neoclassical Portuguese homes to the ultra-modern Macau Cultural Centre, Macau is home to some of Asia's most impressive architecture, with European styles blended with Chinese elements.


One in five locals work in a casino

Macau's casinos employ 20% of the population. When a casino takes on new staff, it checks to see if he or she has family working in the casino and in which section, to avoid the possibility of fraud.


Rent a Cabana

The Venetian Macao offers luxury cabanas for a truly swanky poolside experience. In their cabanas, that can host up to four people, you’ll find a mini fridge for your drinks, an AC unit and fan to cool down with and a cable ready 42 inch TV - allowing you to take a dip in the pool and then repair to watch the game from the comfort of your very own sofa chairs.


Explore on Foot

The Macau Government Tourist Office has created a series of self-guided walks which cover not only the major historic sites but narrow lanes which lead to a few eye-catching surprises.


Combatting Pirates Monument

The "Combatting Pirates Monument" in the town square commemorates a 1910 incident in which pirates held more than a dozen Guangdong students for ransom.



Discover Vquarium on your trip to Macau.

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Grand Waldo Casino

Grand Waldo has a modest 30,000 square foot gaming area. They hosted about 40 table games and 150 or so slot machines. It's open 24 hours a day, a nice hotel and many restaurants to choose from. It was also on the water


Sample some of Macau’s fine beef jerky, which was introduced and pioneered by Portuguese settlers. Free samples are available in many stores.


Thriving art scene

Revenue from casino taxes has helped propel spending on the arts, allowing for the development of an impressive art museum and Cultural Centre Complex.


Macau was the first and last European colony in China

The Portuguese settled in Macau in the 16th century and the island was handed back to China in 1999. Today, Macau is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) and is governed under the "one country, two systems" principal, which was the brainchild of late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping.