A trip to Macau is only a ferry or bus ride away. Stop making excuses and pack our bags for an adventurous and casino-filled getaway. To simplify things, we’ve curated a mini itinerary and your guide to Macau so that you don’t have to think about anything else but getting there. Without further ado, let’s get into it.
The Ruins of St Paul take over the heart of Macau and isn’t hard to miss. The architectural ruins of Macau’s past have now become a destination for history lovers and a UNESCO World Heritage site. However, the sweet smells of Macanese treats may sway you off course so be prepared to linger around for several hours at least.
Every cyberpunk fanatic raves over the Casino Lisboa that takes over the historic streets of Macau. The mixture of the new and old is a sight to behold, making us feel the energy of the future within. Take a selfie and post it to your Instagram. We guarantee that this will make you go viral.
A daredevil at heart you say? Well, we’ve got something for you. Why not try bungee jumping off the world’s highest commercial jump, standing at 233-meter-tall! Here’s some more info on how to get this adventure going.
We all know that the flight to Europe can be tedious, so we’ve decided how we can bring Europe to you. The Senado Square has European-style characteristic buildings and Portuguese pavements that will have you forgetting that you’re only an hour away from Hong Kong.
The Venetian is one of the most well-known casino hotels in Macau, with gondola rides on the rivers of Venice (not the real Venice FYI) and your very own singing gondolier. Once you’re done taking in the Venice streetscapes, shop till you drop at 360 shops around the Venetian. You might just leave Macau with your pockets lighter.
‘Your Guide to Macau’ is one of the newest series of Greater Bay Area content to expect. We will be covering the next GBA city next week so stay tuned.
Featured Image by Mj Haru.