Sydney and Melbourne residents have the chance to sample traditional Macao cuisine - FREE. In celebrating the 2018 Year of Gastronomy, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has colourfully decorated a food truck to take to the streets in both major cities in September. The pop-up Taste of Macao truck...
About 60km of water separates Macau from Hong Kong but unlike Hong Kong, which was colonised by the British, more than a hint of Portuguese flavour hangs in the air in Macau. A Portuguese territory until 1999, the Historic Centre of Macao has a collection of 22 World Heritage-listed...
Hotel swimming pools in Macau are getting bigger and better. Not to be overshadowed by flashy attractions such as Venetian canals with singing gondoliers, fountains that shoot out jets of water synchronised to music, giant dragons other dramatic displays, there are plenty of Macau pools that are just as amazing.After...
Macau may not immediately come to mind as a family holiday destination, but you might be surprised to discover that there are plenty of things to do in Macau for kids. Well-known as a playground for wealthy punters looking for excitement at the newest glitzy resort, Macau is also...
As the last European colony in Asia, Macau is a mesmerising blend of old and new. Of the many interesting places to visit in Macau, exploring its museums will reward you with visual and cultural treasures. These Macau museums are a showcase of the former Portuguese colony’s history.The cultural offspring of Portugal...
It may be just one square kilometre in size, but Xiamen's Gulang Island knows how to drum up interest beyond its sleek measurements making a visit to the island one of the top Xiamen attractions. The local guide will tell you the local population is somewhere between 16,000 and 20,000,...
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