Top 10 things to do in Macau

  1. The Venetian Macao
    Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca, s/n, Taipa, Macau
    Known as the largest casino in the world, The Venetian Macao is a luxurious resort that offers a wide range of entertainment options, from gambling to shopping to dining. The highlight of the resort is the indoor replica of the canals of Venice, complete with gondolas and singing gondoliers.
  2. Macau Tower
    Largo da Torre de Macau, Macau
    Standing at 338 meters tall, the Macau Tower offers breathtaking views of the city and the Pearl River Delta. Visitors can opt to take a leisurely stroll along the outdoor observation deck, or brave the world's highest bungee jump from the tower's edge.
  3. Senado Square
    Largo do Senado, Macau
    A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Senado Square is the heart of Macau's historic center. The square is surrounded by pastel-colored buildings with Portuguese-style architecture, and is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike to gather, relax, and people-watch.
  4. Ruins of St. Paul's
    Rua de Sao Paulo, Macau
    Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Ruins of St. Paul's are the remains of a 17th-century church that was destroyed in a fire in 1835. The facade of the church is all that remains, but it is still an impressive sight and a must-visit attraction in Macau.
  5. A-Ma Temple
    Rua de Sao Tiago da Barra, Macau
    One of the oldest and most famous temples in Macau, the A-Ma Temple is dedicated to the goddess of seafarers and fishermen. The temple complex includes several pavilions, prayer halls, and courtyards, and offers a glimpse into the city's rich cultural heritage.
  6. Macau Fisherman's Wharf
    Avenida da Amizade e Avenida Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, Macau
    A themed entertainment complex, Macau Fisherman's Wharf features a variety of attractions, including a 72-meter-tall man-made volcano, a replica of the Colosseum in Rome, and a marina with yachts and sailboats. The complex also includes shops, restaurants, and a casino.
  7. Macau Museum
    No. 112, Praceta do Museu de Macau, Macau
    Housed in a 19th-century fortress, the Macau Museum showcases the city's history and culture through a collection of artifacts, exhibits, and multimedia displays. Highlights include a replica of a traditional Macanese street, and a section dedicated to the city's role in the global spice trade.
  8. City of Dreams
    Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau
    A massive integrated resort, City of Dreams offers a range of entertainment options, from gambling to shopping to live performances. The resort's main attraction is The House of Dancing Water, a spectacular water-based show featuring acrobatics, diving, and special effects.
  9. Guia Fortress and Lighthouse
    Estrada do Engenheiro Trigo, Macau
    Built in the 17th century, Guia Fortress is one of the oldest military fortresses in Macau. The fortress offers panoramic views of the city and the sea, and is also home to the Guia Lighthouse, the first lighthouse on the Chinese coast.
  10. Cotai Strip
    Cotai, Macau
    A stretch of reclaimed land between the islands of Coloane and Taipa, the Cotai Strip is home to several of Macau's largest and most luxurious resorts, including The Venetian Macao, City of Dreams, and Wynn Palace. The area also features high-end shopping, dining, and entertainment options.