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“The place for adventure activities in Macau. Also, a giant Toys-R-Us store here for families”

Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre
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$15.76*
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Macau Day Tour with 2-Way Ferry Transfer from Shenzhen
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Macau Tower Skywalk
Ranked #4 of 244 things to do in Macau
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: From the moment you step into the glass-fronted elevator, you are in for a treat. Soar up the tower to a breathtaking 223 meters in under 60 seconds. Phew! Watch Macau take shape beneath your feet as you travel up. There’s so much to see – the Macau skyline changes so quickly. Enjoy amazing 360° views from the level 58 Observation Lounge over a “Cafe on 4” coffee, and treat the kids to a tasty ice cream or a soft drink. Then take your Macau Tower experience up another level! A serious adrenaline rush awaits you on the level 61 Adventure Deck. Take an outdoor Skywalk, or Bungy Jump from the tower with world-famous A.J. Hackett’s Urban Adventures. Do you dare?
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Reviewed October 30, 2012

Unfortunately the Macau Tower experience, which could easily be world-class, is greatly hindered by the routine presence of poor air quality in this part of the world. When the skies are clear, this is simply an excellent place to visit and is the place to go for those interested in stunning views and adventure activities. However, when the air pollution is heavy, its difficult to justify visiting the Macau Tower, especially if you have limited time.

One of the interesting inclusions in the Convention & Entertainment Centre is the presence of a giant Toy's R Us shop on the second floor. This is much larger than any Toys-R-Us we have in Hong Kong and is supposed to actually be the largest shop in all of Macau. While not a traditional attraction to visit, this might be a place families want to stop by if you've little ones that need a bit of entertainment while you try to enjoy the entertainment geared more for adults - namely the casinos.

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Reviewed October 29, 2012

Macau being a small island doesn't have much to offer for exploring, for me 1-2 days is more than enough in macau if you're not really into casinos.

Macau tower is one of the touristy spot but worth a visit, being the highest building in macau, you could easily see the landscape of macau, definitely recommended esp. when the skies is clear (night is also very recommended).

The buffet lunch / dinner is also very good since they have excellent array of food and quite tasty as well.

Bungee jump is also one of the highlight, have done the jump twice there and it's definitely fun!

For a cheaper price, you could purchase the tickets at tour agent at the macau ferry terminal, they usually offer better price there. :)

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Reviewed October 25, 2012

Have to reach floor 58 & 61 of Macau tower. at 58 one can view the macau city . at floor 61 one can enjoy Sky walk and Bungy jumping.

Thank pankajaca
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Reviewed October 25, 2012

We visited the Tower one afternoon. No queue at all. Had a very reasonably priced beer on the 58th floor while trying to ignore the bodies flying past the window from the bungy jump from the 61st floor. There are some patches of clear glass floor on the 58th floor also, which were quite thrilling enough for me.

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Reviewed October 22, 2012

The only free shuttle to & fro Macau Tower is City of Dreams.

Need to pay to go up to the observation deck.

Free wi-fi.

Thank docPrincessK
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