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Top Things to Do in Macau

Located very close to Hong Kong, only 62 kilometres away, or one hour by ferry,  Macau which is also known as the Vegas of the East. Here are some of the top things to do in Macau for tourists.

Try your luck at the Casinos: Earning it its rightful title as the Vegas of the East, Macau can boast of a number of casinos. These casinos are beautifully built and when they are lit up at night, they make a sight to behold. Most of the casinos are located within hotels. When visiting the casinos, one can enjoy the hotels and their restaurants as well. The Grand Lisboa, Galaxy and The Venetian Casino are amongst the most famous. The casinos are such a highlight that most hotels provide transport services to transport tourists from Macau Maritime Terminal and Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal and Macau International Airport to these hotels. If you visit Macau, trying your luck in these casinos is an absolute must do.

Visit the Senado Square: Senado Square is a town square of Macau, which sports a Portuguese character from the days that it was a Portuguese colony. It used to be an important civil and political area, however, now it is a tourist attraction. In fact, UNESCO now lists it as a UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘Historic Centre of Macau’. This town square is a bustling place with shops, restaurants, cafes and throngs of tourists. It is the most perfect place in all of Macau to relax shop, stroll, click photographs and simply take in Macau in all its erstwhile Portuguese glory. The architecture is quintessentially Portuguese and there are several iconic buildings around Senado Square like the St. Dominic's Church that make for great tourist attractions as well.

Stroll through Taipa Village: Very close but contrary to the Casino hubs of Macau called ‘The Cotai Strip’, is Taipa village. Sporting a stark contrast from the fast paced modern day life of the rest of the city; Taipa village is a quaint, culturally rich, ancient village. Here one can find a joyous amalgamation of churches, museums and Chinese temples, beautifully weaving the Chinese and Portuguese cultures. The cobbled streets and narrow alleys are dotted with small Chinese shops, cafes, temples, Portuguese style buildings and bakeries where one can relax, window shop, walk around the streets and experience Macau in its serene and resplendent avatar.

One of the major highlights is the ‘The Venetian Macau’, which is a replica of canals, quaint bridges and gondola rides, modelled much like the city of Venice.  Macau has so much to offer that it will not be fair to call it only a casino city. It is a happy blend of Chinese and Portuguese cultures, modern and traditional life and natural and manmade beauties and is a gorgeous place to plan your next holiday to!


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Nightlife in Hong Kong

A tempting prospect to locals and expats alike, Hong Kong nightlife is synonymous with the phrase “all night long.” Whether one is looking for a bar to unwind, a romantic café with great ambiance, or just a night of debauchery, the nightlife of Hong Kong satisfies all the cravings for high-octane or laid-back entertainment.   

Hong Kong nightlife offers a dizzying variety of experiences ranging from after-dark shopping to all-night clubbing. Two districts of Hong Kong particularly stand out when it comes to nightlife: Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo (south of Hollywood Road). Teeming with late-night cafes and hip pubs, Lan Kwai Fong is near the busy and bustling Central Business District of Hong Kong. Whereas, SoHo is a little more sophisticated in character with several dining options.

Lan Kwai Fong area has become the face of the Hong Kong nightlife and its cobblestone streets are packed with pubs and restaurants. There are at least 80 bars and Hong Kong’s finest upmarket drinking spots. Midnight owls often treat Lan Kwai Fong as a warm-up before stumbling their way into the Hong Kong’s red light district, Wan Chai area. Just a short walk from Hong Kong's Central District, Wan Chai is a vast area with different zones having bars and entertainment venues near the Immigration Tower, the Hong Kong Exhibition Centre, and Central Plaza. The junction of Lockhart Road, Jaffe Road, and Luard Road designate the epicenter of Wan Chai.

SoHo district features the blend of Chinese culture and colonial legacy, and this premier entertainment district has a more cosmopolitan vibe. While Lan Kwai Fong has a typical party atmosphere, SoHo features nightclubs, art galleries, comedy clubs, and high-end restaurants—serving everything from quick ethnic bites to elegant meals. For a change of pace and ambiance, travelers in Hong Kong can also check out the moves of Hong Kong Ballet and the City Contemporary Dance Company. Melodious performance by the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra is not be missed on a night out in Hong Kong.

After painting the roof with the bold and beautiful in Hong Kong, travelers can enjoy Hong Kong’s glitzy skyline on a river cruise, stroll around the Tsim Sha Tsui harbor waterfront, or shop in the Temple Street Night Market. Overall, Hong Kong has got all that it takes to be labeled “City of Night.”

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Hit the street markets of Hong Kong

A trip to Hong Kong cannot be completed if you only visit the famous attractions. What makes Hong Kong’s culture unique and full of wonders can only be experienced by strolling around the street markets. So, if you are visiting Hong Kong then it's time to hit the street markets. You can buy a number of local products like u...

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Hike the Dragon’s Back in Hong Kong

It is basically a path which connects Wan Cham Shan and Shek O Peak, which is 226m and 284m respectively. It stretches vertically over D'Aguilar Peninsula. The path swings between these hilltops, resembling the shape of a dragon’s backbone, that is why it is known as Dragon’s back. Hiking the Dragon’s Back is one of the mos...

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Eat Dim Sums in Hong Kong

In ancient Chinese custom, it was considered inappropriate to mix tea with food. Once, a famous 3rd-century Imperial physician claimed that this would lead to excessive weight gain. As they found out that tea has the ability to aid in digestion and cleanse the palate, tea house proprietors began adding a variety of snacks, ...

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Walk with 10,000 Buddhas in Macau

Of all the tourist attractions in the city, 10000 Buddhas in Hong Kong remains arguably the most popular one. It is a temple built in mid 20th century and located in the Sha Tin, Hong Kong and among the most talked about tourist place. While your visit to Si Tin ready to walk with 10,000 Buddhas along the path and explore o...

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Ride the Star Ferry in Hong Kong

The Star Ferry has a history of more than 100 years. As both a vehicle and a tourist attraction it is a symbol of Hong Kong. The Star Ferry Company came into existence in 1898 and since then its ferries have been shuttling busily between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. The company owns 12 double-deck ferries and the cabin on ...

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Ride a Glass Bottom Gondola On Your Way To Big Buddha in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a place that you visit with a plan to explore all the famous and know places but ends up with much more than you expected. The place is crowded and filled with alleys and streets full of people all the time. However, there is Hong Kong’s metro service that is the one of world’s fastest and cheapest transport. T...

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Hong Kong’s giant pandas at Ocean Park

While your trip to Hong Kong you can't afford to view the most adorable species of animals on the planet. The ocean park inhabitants the four pandas and you can actually see them in live action. All the four Hong Kong’s giant pandas at Ocean Park are available for the visitors to witness the overloaded cuteness. The giant p...

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Happy Valley Racecourse in Hong Kong

Located in Happy Valley, the Happy Valley Racecourse is one of two horse racecourse in Hong Kong. The racecourse is a very popular tourist place in the Hong Kong and every visitor must witness the amazing view at the racecourse.The race takes place every Wednesday and racecourse remains open for the club member and spectato...

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Charter a Junk Boat in Hong Kong

The sight of this venerable vessel with its flashy red sails set against the backdrop of an ultra-modern skyline is certainly striking and it has become a cherished symbol of the city. Though the word "junk" traditionally refers to Chinese wooden sailboats dating back to the Han Dynasty and is still used in Hong Kong's natu...

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Apart from the usual fridge magnets and centerpieces that are deemed god souvenirs, one must also buy sweet treat from any of the bakeries around the region.

Apart from the usual fridge magnets and centerpieces that are deemed god souvenirs, one must also buy sweet treat from any of the bakeries around the region.

The most famous dish of Macau is the Portuguese Egg Tart. You cannot leave the region without tasting this dish.

Yes they do speak English, even though Cantonese is the most widely spoken language.

Yes, it is ok to visit Macau, because it is one of the safest cities for tourists.

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