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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

tak seng on pawnshop
With so many places to visit in Macau, it's sometimes difficult to decide what to put on your Macau itinerary. Where there’s gambling, you’ll usually find pawn shops. And Macau is no exception. However, this special administrative region of China is also full of museums. One Macau museum worth...
gardens in macau
Shaped like a lotus flower, Macau which has historically been described as, “The Land of the Lotus Flower,” draws huge symbols of this elusive flower. For starters, the centre symbol of the Macau SAR (special administration region) flag is of the lotus. And come each June, the Macanese rejoice...
macau travel blog
Macau is a fabulous place to explore with a group of friends. And if you're holidaying with a group of girlfriends, you'll have a fun time hitting the shops, spas, restaurants and bars.  Throw in Macau's impressive World Heritage sites and you'll easily plan a perfect getaway. Keep reading...
studio city
What happens when two asteroids crash into a Gotham City tower? According to Melco Crown Entertainment Limited - the developer of Macau’s soon-to-be-opened Studio City casino complex - you get the world’s first figure-8 Ferris wheel. Here’s what it looks like so far: It’s called the Golden Reel and...
new hong kong
Travellers to Asia are often drawn into comparing Macau with neighbouring Hong Kong. Both are Special Administrative Regions of China - with their own currencies, police forces, education systems and governments - but that's where the similarities end. The differences between Macau and Hong Kong are quite obvious and a Hong Kong to...
macau vegetarian restaurant
It's easy to choose a Macau restaurant if you're a carnivore but if you're a vegetarian, how do you find a vegetarian restaurant in Macau? First, the good news. Chinese Buddhists have a tradition of vegetarianism among monks, and many lay people eat vegetarian food on holy days. Now, the...