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Discover Macau

Macau, a one-of-a-kind tourist destination


Macau, a one-of-a-kind tourist destination

Situated on the Pearl River Delta, Macau was historically a fishing village. The Portuguese arrived and settled in Macau in mid-16th Century. Thus, Macau's architecture, art, traditions and food reflect the integration of Chinese and Portuguese cultures.

After the handover in 1999, Macau became a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China and exercises a high degree of autonomy under the principle of "One country, two systems".

In 2005, The Historic Centre of Macau was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as a result of its unique historical and cultural landscape. Macau is currently positioning itself as the World Centre of Tourism and Leisure as it develops into a quality international tourist destination.

See the Unique Side of Macau

Feel the Romance

Stroll through the old town and travel back in time with your loved one as you admire the European-styled architecture built during the colonial era.

For a truly memorable experience, take a ride on the world's highest figure-8 Ferris wheel and drink in the magnificent views 130 meters above the city. You can enjoy the world-famous Macanese cuisine at a well-established restaurant in Taipa or Coloane; or reserve a table for a two Michelin-starred French dining experience at The Tasting Room at City of Dreams. Before concluding your amazing day with the romantic water extravaganza The House of Dancing Water, make a stop at Pierre Hermé Paris, available both at City of Dreams and Studio City, for some delicious macarons and chocolates created by the world’s best pastry chef, Pierre Hermé.

Memorable Adventures

Macau is a paradise for daredevils. After a thrilling 4D adventure with Gotham City's hero at Batman Dark Flight, you can have a go at the ultimate challenge of bungee jumping from a height of 338m at the Macau Tower; or feel the adrenaline rush as you get behind the wheel at the Go-Kart track in Coloane. There is also a Horse Riding School in Coloane where you can get on the horse and take the reins.

Leisure & Local Flavors

For a leisurely getaway, book yourself a spa journey at the lavish Zensa Spa. After a revitalizing treatment, treat yourself to some local delicacies and snacks at Rua do Cunha in Taipa or simply head to Macau Gourmet Walk at Studio City where you can enjoy anything from Cantonese stir-fries, Macanese cuisine to pork chop buns, egg tarts and ice-cream sandwiches. Sweet & Sticky on Level 1 also offers a colorful array of homemade ice-cream, cupcakes, sweets, crepes and more for those with a sweet tooth.

Family Fun

From food to entertainment, Macau is a well-loved all-encompassing family holiday destination. Have a fun and educational visit to the heritage sites of Macau, the Macau Science Center or the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion. Aside from Kids' City at City of Dreams, make sure you check out Macau's one and only Warner Bros. Fun Zone at Studio City where kids can enjoy unique rides and interact with their favorite Looney Tunes characters and DC Comics Super Heroes. After the excitement, you can head to the cinema-themed buffet restaurant Spotlight where a diverse array of delicious food will satisfy every taste.



Macau is located on the western bank of the Pearl River Delta in southern Guangdong, China and lies some 60 kilometers to the west of Hong Kong. Macau comprises Macau Peninsula, Taipa and Coloane. While Macau Peninsula is the hub of the territory, many large international hotel resorts – with new supporting infrastructure – are located on the reclaimed land between Taipa and Coloane in the newly developed Cota, such as City of Dreams and Studio City.


Macao is situated in a subtropical zone, with the Asian continent to the north and a wide tropical sea to the south. In winter, Macao experiences a north wind, cold and dry weather and low rainfall. In summer, Macao is mainly subject to southwesterly winds, hot and wet weather and heavy rainfall.

July is the hottest month in Macau with an average temperature of 30°C (85°F) and the coldest is February at 15°C (59°F).

Macao is frequently hit by typhoons. The typhoon season starts in May and ends in October, with July and August as its peak period.


GMT +8:00

Macau is eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time


The Pataca (MOP) is divided into 100 avos and it is Macau's official currency. There are banknotes and coins in the following denominations:

Coins: 10, 20 and 50 avos; 1, 2, 5 and 10 Patacas

Banknotes: 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 Patacas

Foreign currency or travelers' checks can be changed in hotels, banks and authorized exchange dealers located all around the city. For your convenience, there are also 24-hour exchange counters at the Macau International Airport.


Mandarin, Cantonese and Portuguese are official languages but English is widely spoken in tourist establishments.

Macau Major Events

Macao boasts a unique festival culture, including such traditional Chinese celebrations as Lunar New Year, Feast of the God Tou Tei, the Tun Ng Festival (Dragon Boat Festival) as well as the important Western festivals of Easter, Procession of our Lady of Fátima, and Christmas. In addition, many large-scale international events are held in Macao such as:

Jan-Feb The “Parade for Celebration of the Chinese New Year
Apr-May Macao Arts Festival
Jun Macao International Dragon Boat Races、Lotus Flower Festival、Macao FIVB World Grand Prix
Sep-Oct Macao International Fireworks Display Contest
Oct Macao International Music Festival、Macau A-Ma Cultural & Tourism Festival、Macao International Trade and Investment Fair (MIF)、Lusofonia Festival
Nov Macau Food Festival、Macau Grand Prix
Dec Macao International Marathon、Parade through Macao, Latin City、Macao Light Festival

Find out more at the Macao Government Tourism Office site: en.macaotourism.gov.mo


Macau International Airport

The Macau International Airport is located in Taipa, right beside the Taipa Ferry Terminal and a mere 10-minute drive from Studio City. The airport services a number of flights that connects Macau with various major cities in Asia – Beijing, Shanghai, Taiwan, Tokyo, Seoul, Bangkok and more.

For more info, visit Macau Int. Airport website

Helicopter Service

Sky Shuttle's helicopter service lets you travel in style from the Hong Kong Heliport and Shenzhen Heliport. The Hong Kong-Macau route runs daily from 10am to 11pm and takes about 15 minutes. The Shenzhen-Macau route runs 3 times a day, and takes 15 minutes during the day and 25 minutes during the night.

For more info, visit Sky Shuttle website

TurboJET or Cotai Water Jet

High speed ferry services take passengers to Macau from Kowloon, Hong Kong, as well as Nansha and Shekou in China.Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. The journey takes approximately 60 minutes. There are also Airport Routes that link Macau with the international airports in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China.

For more info, visit TurboJET or Cotai Water Jet website

Local Transportation

Bus and taxi services serve as the primary means of public transportation in Macao. As a traveller, you will find it convenient and inexpensive to ride a bus around the territory, with local buses both modern and air-conditioned. Metered taxis are also regarded a convenient option in this relatively small city. If you want to try something a little different, hire a tricycle, bicycle or car to see the sights. Studio City also provides Free Shuttle Bus for you to get to Macau’s landmarks and shopping hotspots in comfort.

For route information, please visit: http://www.dsat.gov.mo/bus
Taxi Service Enquiries: (853) 2828 3283