It's easy to get around on foot, and by bus as well. You can discover many culture and traditional food around the old areas, which is very good.
The buildings are all very beautiful.
Macau is a fun place to visit. Experience the culture by visiting the Portugese areas and then visit the modern and exciting City of Dreams and the other Hotels and Casinos in that area.
The shows are a must-see too.
there are free hotels bus shuttles to a lots of place, save a lot if you schule well. food is nice and delicous although the price is a big high.
It is a place, where yuou can find diferent kinds of excitments. Besides gambling, sight-visiting is another must-do.
Macau is a romantic city. A couple can wonder around the cities many old, conservatively preserved heritage sites, gardens, temples and markets, as well as live it up in the lively night entertainment dpots and casinos.
Plenty of shopping too. Great spot to just spent time with love ones.
As I am a traveler from HK, I found nothing special in Macau. A miniature of HK. A much boring version of HK as there is no place worth visiting.
A cool sister city to Hong Kong, def worth a day or three. Fairly small, you can walk around Macau on foot without any problems.
Great city to explore - a mix of the old and the new: great heritage and bustling casinos and high end shops.
There is in fact not much to see in Macau other than the Casinos. But you could try the Museum of Fine Arts there it was quite nice.
Recommend it for short stay. Sightseeing places are limited. A nice place for shopping and casino-hoping.
If Hong Kong has MTR, Travel buses lead Macau's mode of transportation. It's cheap but confusing since the bus stations' names are not in the map so you have to rely on the street names and landmarks to tell exactly where you are.
But once you are in a hotel casino, there are FREE shuttle buses available directly to other prominent hotel casinos or to the ferry terminal. For historical sites, The Ruins of St. Paul is not one to be missed. And for casinos, I suggest visiting The Venetian Macao to be truly amazed.
good for luxury shopper, but very commercial. and the people there are not so friendly. anyway, is good to visit the historical place for some selfie.
You cant fully experience Macau if you don't go to The Venetian Hotel. It was truly mesmerizing! I was in awe of this place.
Also try the buffet at Conrad Hotel Macau. The best foods for me during my stay in Macau. Visit San Malo where cheap souvenirs can be found. I love the weather most! So cool esp during our stay which is December. I will definitely come back next year! :D
Macau offers nothing but high quality entertainments, dining, and shopping experience. The casinos are amongst the best in the gambling world, and a lof of activies beside pushing your luck on a poker table.
However Macau still has a lot to offers outside the Casino's wall. Visit Hac Sa Beach on Coloane and along the way stop by to dine at Café Nga Tim on the court of St. Francis Church for Macau-Portuguese creole dishes or grabbing some Pasteis de Nata, the famous egg tart in Lord Stow's Bakery.
Macau is a very small place but they have done a good job in preserving many cultural artifacts from the colonial days.
You can see Portuguese influence everywhere. At some places, it even look like a small town in Europe. There are many good Portuguese restaurants, with some influenced by Chinese tastes. Overall, very enjoyable city to visit.
Macau is a place for people who like to gamble and live in great hotels. Besides, food and the cleanliness is good.
If you go hong kong , this is a city that you can consider to visit. It's convenient to get a transfer from airport to macau by boat.
Had a great time in Macau. The first day was great. But after finishing all the main attractions on the first day, we were spending most of our second day in casinos.
Macau is a city full of life ..many nice hotels around with beautiful color lightings in the night .
By day & night , there seems to be crowds moving around. We can have good Cantonese cuisine & portugese food here. Casinos are the best entertainment , sight seeing at Senado square , Fisherman wharf... etc
TIPS : Taxi in MACAU only can take max 4 pax. So, if you have 3 adults, 1 toddler & 1 baby. You have to take 2 taxi to bring you around.
A day in Macau probably won't be enough if you want to visit Taipa village or the city area. Yes, Casinos are probably the main attractions but there are other fun and eateries In Macau to explore.
Living in Hong Kong, Macau is a great mini break for the weekend. Dominated by large hotels and Casinos there is plenty to do in terms of eating, drinking, gambling.
Most of the large hotels have a good swimming pool and spas if you are looking for a little more relaxation. the main town also has some cultural elements from it days as a colony of Portugal.
macau is once in a lifetime city to visit, its small but neat and clean city with advance infrastructure and amenities.
Macau is a place like Las Vegas The area full of hotel, casino and shopping the area also have nice area to visit like Taipa and Cotai
Cost of living in Macau, Macau is lower compared to Taipa, Macau. As a whole, I enjoyed my stay! It is a nice place and people are respectful and friendly.
Very clean metropolis, very disciplined people. I like the traffic discipline and the way drivers respect pedestrian.
Efficient transportation system, though a little confusing for first time travellers.
The public transport is very good, easy access to every location. The local people are helpful and nice.
They are patient and polite too. The drivers in Macau are really follow the rules. I fell safe to walk alone in this city. However, i think there is too many tourists in this place. People are smoking everywhere they like.
Sightseeing was easy since tourist spots were close to each other.Entrance was free for most areas and the tourist spots were clean and well maintained.
Nothing much to do if you're not a casino player. I found so much joy hotel hopping to check out the lobbies and food.
No need to care much about transport. You can just walk/taking free shuttle buses. Or in some case, just take a taxi, won't be expensive becoz Macau is small