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...
Macau has a range of dining options to suit all tastes and budgets but if you truly want to treat yourself to a smorgasbord of delights, head for one of Macau's buffet restaurants. Macao's rapidly changing city skyline has brought new luxury resorts that take pride in their buffets...
For a very small slice of land, Macao has one of the world's most impressive range of Michelin-starred restaurants. Given the high-rollers and business leaders frequently in town, it's no surprise that when it comes to fine dining, the sky's the limit, especially when it comes to French gastronomy. City of...
Dining in Macau poses one key challenge for both visitors and locals: where to eat next? The array of cuisines and chefs make this a difficult choice as, from humble local favourites to Michelin-starred gastronomic temples of fine dining, there´s something for everyone, at every price point. We’ve compiled...
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