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Best of Macau

Macau is a fusion of old and new, a melding of World Heritage attractions and sleek casino resorts. Macau’s rich Portuguese history sets in apart of the rest of China.

From where to find the best coffee and cheap eats to top restaurants run by Michelin-starred chefs, in recent years Macau has become a top destination for foodies.

Another good reason to visit Macau is it is fast becoming an entertainment hub in Asia, with a slew of events, concerts and bands.

Our Best of Macau section brings you a raft of things to do in Macau. So settle in and search for your favourite topics in our Macau sections:

Casinos and Hotels|Entertainment|Food|Heritage and Culture

taipa food
Taipa is a rewarding food and dining area in Macau. Every day, visitors file into this charming village in great numbers eager to nibble their way through the shops lining Rua do Cunha and other small streets near the Old Taipa Market. A delicious predicament faced by all when arriving...
things to do in macau
With a rich legacy of Portuguese history, it's not surprising that some of the top things to do in Macau involve exploring its World Heritage treasures. But with 25 historical buildings, gardens and squares spread across the city, where do you start? As TripAdvisor's Destination Expert for Macau, I...
macau itineraries
Put on your best walking shoes and explore the Historic Centre of Macau with one of these Macau itinerary options. The best way to discover the Historic Centre of Macau is to explore on foot, particularly in the areas between Senado Square and the Ruins of St. Paul’s, which...
Macau Portuguese Restaurants
The Portuguese legacy is still very much alive in Macau from the local Portuguese community to the culinary and art scene. Macau, with its city of gastronomy UNESCO status, is home to a melting pot of cuisines and one can dine very well without breaking the bank. From street...
Chinese New Year macau festival
A city of festivals, with an exciting calendar throughout the year, there's no doubt that Macao knows how to throw a party. What's more, Macao's rich heritage inherited from the Portuguese and Chinese gives it the edge in the festival department.  From Chinese lion dances to burning incense for hungry...
The Tasting Room Saumon
San Sebastian, a beach resort town in Spain’s Basque Country, is famous for its pintxo (the local equivalent of tapas), and its high number of quality restaurants. It is famous for having more Michelin star restaurants per head of the population than any other city in the world. That...