Oct 27, 2019 - Oct 28, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
The coast of the People's Republic of China is where you will find the lively city of Macau. This Chinese tourism hot spot is known for its modern buildings, trendy styles, and old world charm. Macau has a history deeply rooted in the fishing industry, which is evidenced by the museums and landmarks of the city. It is a place where you can kick back and relax as well as treat yourself to upscale boutique shopping and fine dining at one of the gourmet restaurants.
In Macau, the American dollar stretches far and you can lodge like royalty for less than $100 per night. Check out the hotel booking tool on Skyscanner for rock bottom prices on hotel reservations. Skyscanner searches the web for the best prices so you don't have to. When reserving your room, look for hotels such as Taipa Square, Hotel Royal Macau, Lisboa Hotel and Casino Macau, and Hotel Golden Dragon. Each are beautiful hotels with luxury accommodations.
Macau International Airport is approximately 30 minutes from downtown Macau. When you arrive to the terminal, you can catch a bus or a taxi to get into town, or pick up a rental car. If you plan to rent a car check out the amazing deals on Skyscanner's car rental page. You can book all of your travel accommodations on one convenient website.
You can easily reserve a room in the heart of the city and be close to all of the attractions, restaurants, and shopping centers. Macau is such a beautiful city that you may just want to walk to all of your activities.
Most of the hotels in Macau offer free WiFi and complimentary parking. If you are looking for extra amenities like continental breakfasts, swimming pools, and fitness centers, check with the specific hotel before making your reservations.
Macau has a wonderful tropical climate that makes exploring the city fun and comfortable. If you are into history, be sure to stop by the Historic Centre of Macau or the Ruins of St. Paul's. Macau offers several day trip excursions to nearby Hong Kong where you will have an amazing time strolling through the city and snagging up authentic Chinese gifts and food. Weary travelers can stop by one of the relaxation gardens in the city to reflect on life and get some rest.
Macau is good for casino hopping.. Food wise ok, nice for staycation for few days.
Macau is very near to Hong Kong, we arrived here by ferry. Macau is famous of its 'Egg'tart' and many famous spot to visit. There are many many Casinos here and here always very crowded especially Chinese from China came here very often.
After spending three weeks traveling all around China, our trip was to end in Hong Kong, but first we made a stopover in Macau. Now if you are a gambler, this place would be very exciting. I felt like we were plopped down into Vegas, with the MGM and other casinos to visit. They were very beautiful and looked almost like the ones in Vegas. There are much more interesting things in Macau though. Go to the old town area to see the historic fort and the Portuguese inspired buildings that are there. Among the throngs of people you will get a better idea of this Asian-Portuguese fusion area of China. Be prepared to go through customs coming and going, even though you are still technically in China. Wasted a few hours there for no apparent reason.
Las Vegas of China, a lot of casinos of all shape and size. It is the most population density area in the world, nearly all the space is been use. Public Transportation is terrible and not great to live here, but good to visit.