Visited Macau three years ago and had an awesome time touring the sights, particularly the old downtown section and casino row at night.. The Venetian is the best entertainment stop, having something for family members of all ages. Las Vegas kitsch at its glitziest, best escape from reality! Particularly enjoyed the second floor 'Venice' canal.
We had a taste of Portuguese Macau at a Taipa Portuguese cafe, which reminded us of Spanish cooklng back home. Missed out on the dog races, though, and it wasn't Grand Prix season. The entrance plaza of the fort-turned casino has a romantic old world feel with its ancient trees. Would love to go back someday.