Going to Macau
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- Largo do SenadoAvenida de Almeida Ribiero, Macau Macau-Chinarecommended Largo do SenadoThe original city center and civic center of Macau. This central plaza provides visitors a glimpse of Macau during colonial Portugese era through its beautiful historic architecture. Celebrating lunar ... read morenew year today. The plaza is the perfect fusion of old and new, Portugese past and Chinese futureRecommended for:Mel S Wong
Hello Fabi, the Senate Square is the hub of restaurants and activities (that's not gambling related). Here you will also get a glimpse of the more traditional side of Macau. From here, you could walk to the St Paul's facade, which is the iconic Macau symbol. The walk up will also afford you much more food options. Signs are very clearly marked. Have a fun time!
- Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal 168-200 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kongrecommended Hong Kong Macau Ferry TerminalFor a seaport to go to different part of a country that is its own partially independent entity, it runs very smoothly. Immigration is a breeze and the gates are fairly clean. But I kind of expected ... read moreeverything to run smoothly. There's this expectation that there are a lot of people taking boats to gamble in Macau. I wasn't wrong the gates were fairly packed.Recommended for:John H.
It's pretty easy to get a boat ferry to Macau from HK. They run every fifteen minutes. Turbojet has a pretty easy online ticketing service.
- City of Dreams MacauEstrada Do Istmo, Cotai, Macaurecommended City of Dreams MacauThe City of Dreams is one of the largest casinos in Macau. It's opulent and grandiose—probably even more so than most Vegas casinos. If you're into gambling, great! If not, this place is still worth a ... read morevisit. There are tons of designer boutiques inside, and the décor is just a marvel to behold.Ivana Ng
There's also a new nightclub here called Cubix. Haven't been, but I hear it's a ton of fun!
- Ruins of St. Paul'sRua de B. Carneiro, Macau Macau-Chinarecommended Ruins of St. Paul'sA UNESCO heritage site, the Ruins of St. Paul's is one of Macau's most famous landmarks. It's a must-see. You can walk up to the second tier, and get a pretty good view of the city. It's a small, very ... read morewalkable city, so there isn't much to see, but the Ruins are worth a visit. The streets leading up the Ruins are lined with souvenir shops, where you can get beef jerky, almond cookies, Portugese-style egg tarts and tons of other yummy treats. You could get full on free samples before you even get to the Ruins!
- Cozinha Pinocchio Taipa4 Rua do Sol, Macau