Things to Do in Macau

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  • St. Paul’s Cathedral

    St. Paul’s Cathedral

    The St. Paul’s Cathedral, or Mater Dei, is Macau’s most famous landmark and one of the most fabulous sights in the city. The façade, with detailed carvings, is located atop one of the island’s seven hills, which lends it much significance and great views.

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    Religious Museum Landmark
  • Monte Forte

    Monte Forte

    The Monte Forte, to the east of St Paul’s, is the oldest fort in Macau and is nestled in the midst of the city. A World Heritage Site, this Portuguese fort takes you back to the 17th century Dutch invasions and offers splendid views of the entire city. ...

    Monument
  • Macau Tower

    Macau Tower

    The loftiest building in Macau and a member of the World Federation of Great Towers, this tower is sure to fascinate its visitors. With everything from watching movies, shopping, theatre performances and of course, magnificent views, this 338 metres high tower is definitely one of Macau’s ‘must visits.’

    Monument Landmark
  • Unbeatable Hong Kong & Macau

    Unbeatable Hong Kong & Macau

    Return airport transfers on Seat in Coach basisDaily buffet breakfast ...

    6 Days|5 Nights Rs. 55,000
  • Spectacular Hong Kong & MacauDorsett & Venetian Special-land

    Spectacular Hong Kong & MacauDorsett & Venetian Special-land

    Return airport transfers on Seat-in-coach/shared basis during SIC timing prior 6 am - 6 pm Daily buffet breakfast ...

    6 Days|5 Nights Rs. 44,000
  • Twin Macau & Hong Kong

    Twin Macau & Hong Kong

    Return airport transfers ...

    5 Days|4 Nights Rs. 67,000
  • A-Ma-Gao Temple

    A-Ma-Gao Temple

    The A-Ma-Gao Temple, tucked away in the south-western tip of Macau city, overlooks Barra Square and the seashore. It is the oldest Taoist temple in Macau and is a great spot to visit. In fact, the city of Macau got its name from the word Magao (A-Ma Temple).
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    Religious
  • Lin Fung Temple

    Lin Fung Temple

    Don’t miss the Lin Fung Temple, or Temple of the Lotus, famous for its ornamental garden and front square with a great variety of ancient trees. It is an impressive sight and a must visit on your trip to Macau. ...

    Religious
  • Macau Museum

    Macau Museum

    Macau Museum is the biggest in Macau. A number of multimedia displays here will acquaint you with the many facets of this city – its history, legends, lifestyle, popular arts and traditions, religions, et al. The Genesis of Macau exhibit takes you through this journey. ...

    Museum
  • Grand Prix Museum

    Grand Prix Museum

    For various Grand Prix exhibits, records of champions, cups and other memorabilia, visit the Grand Prix Museum. Check out the bikes and racing cars on display which were driven by world renowned drivers. ...

    Museum
  • Macau Wine Museum

    Macau Wine Museum

    The Macau Wine Museum is another interesting place to visit while you are here. Get to know about the different varieties of wine and their brewing and even sip your favourite ones. The shop at the Macau Wine Museum is the perfect place for you to familiarise yourself with and ...

    Museum
  • Inner Harbour Area

    Inner Harbour Area

    Macau Inner Harbour or Northern Macau Peninsula welcomes you with a wide range of sightseeing and shopping options. Clothes, jewellery, electronics, cosmetics, food items – find all this and much more here. The area can be explored both on foot and by local tour buses. ...

    Places to see around
  • Largo Senado Square

    Largo Senado Square

    When visiting Macau, don’t miss going to Largo Senado Square, a public square, which is simply mystifying at night. Boasting of many restaurants and shops, this place is best explored on foot and no motor vehicles are allowed here. ...

    Landmark
  • Lilau Square

    Lilau Square

    “One who drinks from Lilau never forgets Macau.” Go ahead and visit the first Portuguese residential quarters, Lilau Square, known for its natural spring waters and Mediterranean charm. ...

    Landmark
  • Fisherman's Wharf Amusement Park

    Fisherman's Wharf Amusement Park

    If you are fond of adventure activities and water sports, Macau is the place to be for you. Spend a day at Fisherman's Wharf, a giant amusement park complex that dazzles with themed interiors where you can globetrot in seconds! Situated close to the Hong Kong-Macau ferry terminal, this theme ...

    For Kids Theme Park
  • Venetian Macau Resort Hotel

    Venetian Macau Resort Hotel

    The Venetian at the Venetian Macau Resort Hotel is claimed to be the most popular and biggest casino in the world. The resort also boasts of famous gondola rides that will transport you to Venice. The indoor artificial sky above is beautifully speckled with puffy white clouds against a stretch ...

    Landmark For Kids
  • City of Dreams

    City of Dreams

    A visit to the aquarium at the City of Dreams resort and casino complex is sure to give you another unique experience. The virtual aquarium brings to life fantasy mermaids who swim around to enchant guests as they walk past.

    The Dragon’s Treasure show and the House of ...

    For Kids Aquarium