Dwarfing many of the historic sites are the shapes and figures of a new Macao with its soaring 338-metre Macau Tower, home to the highest Bungy Jump in the world and AJ Hackett recreation facilities.
Scattered throughout Macao are a growing number of sophisticated shopping centres, gigantic international hotels, variety of restaurants from local to fine dining options and integrated entertainment venues with spectacular shows such as “The House of the Dancing Water” and the “The House of Magic”.
At night many integrated resorts and hotels light up the night sky with neon lights and array of entertainment. Just outside the Wynn Hotel there is water, fire and sound shows called “Performance Lake”, whilst just inside you have many different entertainment choices to choose from. Or visit the MGM Macao for the popular “Light and Sounds Show” or be entertained with live band performances and DJ’s at the property’s leading Night Club “Lions Bar”.
Whilst on the Cotai Strip, you will find giant precincts like the City of Dreams, Sands Cotai Central, Galaxy Mega Resort, Studio City and The Parisian Macao which include leading attractions such as the world’s largest wave pool and rapid ride, Universals Batman Dark Flight, the world’s highest Ferris Wheel the Golden Reel or have breakfast with Shrek and the gang at the largest DreamWorks production outside the US.
- These attractions cannot be found in any neighbouring cities.
Suggested Attractions & Family Fun…
- Kid’s City or Qube2 – Kids play facilities
- Extravagant Shows – The House of Dancing Water, Taboo and The House of Magic
- Giant Wave Pool & Skytop Rapids at Galaxy Mega Resort
- Macau Tower and the AJ Hackett Adventure Facilities
- Open Top Bus
- Flora Garden’s Mini-Zoo and Macao Giant Panda Pavilion
- Macao Science Center
- Dreamworks Kids Attractions “Po’s Kung Fu Feast” at Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central
- The Macao Cable Car – known as the world’s shortest ride
Note: Studio City Macau and The Parisian Macao are the most recent properties to Cotai. They are highly fashionable integrated resorts that each offer its very own unique style. Studio City Macau, a Hollywood art deco style which includes Asia’s highest Ferris Wheel positioned at the centre of this Twin-Tower resort. Entertainment experiences include “The House of Magic” theatre show and Universal’s motion ride “Batman Dark Flight”, whilst The Parisian Macao offers a 50 percent replica of the Eiffel Tower, but both resorts sit side-by-side. Something for all the family to enjoy…
Macao Fisherman’s Wharf and the Science Centre are also among new additions along the peninsula. Large and small, Macao’s museums are many, including the Wine Museum, Grand Prix Museum or the Macao Museum, interactive and adventurous for travellers of all ages.
There are varied shopping districts in Macao ranging from multi-brand shopping centres to fashion boutiques, from Chinese antique shops to popular daily flea markets which will surely fulfil the shoppers ‘desire.
Romantic and historic Taipa Village and equally fascinating Coloane with its fishing village, offers green hills and valleys for trekking, a championship golf course at the Westin Hotel “The Macao Golf & Country Club”, an internationally recognised go-kart circuit and A-Ma Cultural Village are also popular. So too the Giant Panda Pavilion with its two playful residents Kai Kai and Xin Xin and the zoo itself.
Experience Macao – Your Own Style as you are truly spoilt for choice.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MACAO visit www.macaotourism.gov.mo or for answers to any questions you or a traveller may have please contact or local representatives;
Macao Government Tourism Office – Australia
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