Macau, (also spelled Macao) is a part of People’s Republic of China, just west of Hong Kong. In Macau, you will:
1. Visit the Ruins of St. Paul
Take the visit to the ruins of St. Paul. It is a 17th-century Portuguese church dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. It is one of the best known landmarks in Macau, China. It shows the old century church and story behind the fire as it still standing tall. Truly magnificent story and the structures, too.
2. Have a date at Senado Square
Senado Square is a pavement town square in Macau, China. It is an old century meeting place for the Chinese and Portuguese in the 16th to 18th centuries. And even today, it’s still a meeting place for loved ones, friends and family. You can stand by the beautiful waterfall at the center of the Senado square, or meet at fine cafe’s, dining, and shops spending time or waiting for your friends. It gives you a nice feeling of taking a break from a long walk, from your travel, or from your overwhelming day. You can find peace from all the hustle and bustle.
3. Venetian Macau
The Venetian is a luxury hotel and casino resort modeled on its sister casino resort The Venetian Las Vegas, and is the seventh-largest building in the world by floor area. The Venetian Macao is also the largest casino in the world, and the largest single structure hotel building in Asia. You can take a short free bus ride from the biggest casinos and hotels.
4. Macau Fisherman’s Wharf
Macau Fisherman’s Wharf is a place that have Roman cultural buildings. It is centrally located in the outer harbor like a theme park, but also combines dining, shopping, entertainment, accommodation, convention center, and exhibition facilities . It takes just a 5-minute walk from the Macau-Hong Kong Ferry Terminal and Heliport.
5. Witness the Dancing show in the City of Dreams
City of Dreams is widely known as CoD or CoD Macau in the industry, is in the style of a podium, with four towers: namely the Hard Rock Hotel, Crown Towers Hotel, and the Grand Hyatt Macau. The house of Dancing Water show in Macau, you’ll be entertained by an action-packed thrills of all ages with their daring acrobatics, high dives, motorcycle stunts, colorful water jets and multimedia theatrics.
6. Bungee jumping in Tower of Macau
Take a jump in the tower of Macau, if you are brave enough. It’s only 1,109 ft! 😉
Getting there in Macau by Ferry:
China Ferry Terminal is in Tsim Sha Tsui. Price: 132 to 172 HKD (single trip, economy class). Walk through the Harbour City Mall, or just take a taxi to 33 Canton Road.
Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal is near the IFC Towers in the Shun Tak Center on Hong Kong Island. Price: 132 to 172 HKD (single trip, economy class). It is near the Star Ferry, the IFC Mall, and the Shueng Wan MTR station.
Sky Pier at the Hong Kong International Airport is for transiting tourists only. Price:159 to 172 HKD.