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Plan Your Trip to Macau: Best of Macau Tourism

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Macau, China

Macao is full of boundless surprises, concealing a soulful character beneath its glittering surface. Compact but overflowing with diverse experiences, this city beckons travellers with its unique blend of Chinese heritage and Portuguese influences. Its skyline features the juxtaposition of modern marvels with historic landmarks, while the bustling streets pulse with life. Macao stands as a world centre of tourism and leisure, where any sightseeing itinerary can be coupled with gastronomy, sporting events, art festivals, creative pursuits and other activities. With its multifaceted charm, Macao is a captivating destination that goes beyond first impressions, revealing its true depth to those who peel its layers.

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Stay in integrated resorts with everything at your doorstep

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Macao’s sprawling integrated resorts are all-in-one destinations that combine world-class accommodations, entertainment, shopping and dining. Dress up for a theatre show, wind down with a spa treatment, or take the kids out for playtime. Beyond mere places to stay, these resorts embody a vibrant city within themselves.

Visit iconic locations that capture the essence of Macao

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Get acquainted with Macao’s must-visit spots by wandering the cobbled streets of the historic centre, where the city’s legacy of colonial heritage comes to life. Embrace its contrast with the modern skyscrapers and dynamic cultural scene. Macao's key attractions offer a glimpse into the past, present and future.

Uncover hidden gems to gain a new perspective

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Step away from the tourist trail to stumble upon centuries-old churches, innovative museums and stunning viewpoints. Beyond the city's hustle and bustle, serenity awaits amid lush gardens and coastal trails. These tucked-away treasures provide a window into the heart of the city beneath its facade.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Macau

If you're a more budget-conscious traveler, then you may want to consider traveling to Macau between December and February, when hotel prices are generally the lowest. Peak hotel prices generally start between June and August.