What a wonderful country Macau is! The people of Macau are warm, friendly and very generous. Macau is a popular destination for tourists all over the world and has a lot to offer and a wide variety of things to do and see.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Time Zone: UTC + 8
Languages: Portuguese, Cantonese and English
Climate: Beautiful weather here with warm sunny days and cools nights most of the year round.
Power: 220 V, 50 Hz
Grand Prix Museum
This Museum was built as a tribute to the people who made the Grand Prix what it is today, namely Teddy Yip, Paul Du Toit, Laurel, Ayrton Senna and John Corsmit, among others.
In the 18th century, this hilly, heavily treed garden houses an art gallery, and the Old Protestant Cemetery that is filled with walkways, flowering trees, and old headstones, marking the graves of merchants and missionaries.
Na Tcha Temple
Built in 1888 and dedicated to Na Cha in an attempt to halt the plague rampaging at the time. The Na Tcha Temple is only small, built with simple materials, but the use of a mixture of reality and illusion in its design manages successfully to create a sense of delicacy and exquisiteness.
Sam Kai Vui
This temple is on the site of the old Macao bazaar, whose sign still exists. Originally it was a meeting place for merchants, and was very important to the local Chinese community.
The island of Coloane—with its deserted coves, rugged cliffs, large sea caves, and densely forested hills,—proved a convenient base for pirates who preyed on the rich cargoes coming into the island. Today its sandy beaches, hiking trails and other outdoor attractions make it a pleasurable retreat. Who knows if you look hard enough what you might find.
In the 18th and early 19th centuries, Taipa consisted of two hilly islands and a protected harbour which provided a safe place to lay anchor for ships and Indiamen engaged in trade with China. Smaller vessels would transship the cargoes of muslin, manufactured goods and opium up the Pearl River to Canton and return with tea, silk, and porcelain for export around the world. Taipa is now once again an international gateway with the opening of the Macau International Airport.
Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral
Take a guided tour of Macau's most famous landmark, the ruins of this 16th-century cathedral, which features a spectacular facade with intricate carvings by Japanese monks.
Built in the 16th century by the Jesuits and later used as a military base, this fort will leave you wondering, and your imagination soaring.
Guided tours available and booking is essential. Visit the incredible temples and bask in the glory of their wonderful architecture.
Macau is a popular holiday destination, and there are accommodations to suit everyone, from 5-Star to budget accommodations.