Something of the Far East’s Las Vegas, Macau is a small, densely populated region best known for its casinos. The city’s previous occupation by the Portuguese and the Chinese influence has left its mark with an eclectic mix of architecture, Chinese temples, high rises, and 17th century cathedral ruins. Ferries from Hong Kong are a common way to visit the city, but Macau International Airport
also provides an easy gate of entry.
The cultural diversity of Macau has promoted a very festive environment, with both Chinese New Year celebrations and The Procession of the Passion of Our Lord held in the month of February. The Ruins of St. Paul’s Church
is just one of many historical and cultural sites mixed into the city. Chapels and temples, museums and art galleries, and the iconic casinos of Macau are abundant and beg to be explored. Big name casinos can be found along the Cotai Strip, and many serve as full-service resorts.
For an adrenaline rush away from the tables, Macau Tower
has a sky jump and a 233-meter bungee jump – the highest in the world. It also houses a cinema, shops, and a buffet restaurant as well as the best 360-degree views in Macau.
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