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Macau is the most densely populated region in the world. However, do not let this statistic put you off from visiting this beautiful region. This former Portuguese colony is arguably one of the most attractive tourist regions in the world which featuring a rich history and culture, underlined by its monuments, squares, parks and historic centers.

 

The islands of Macau retain a traditional charm reminiscent of their colonization by the Portuguese. Macau is widely regarded as the gambling capital of the world, and the luxurious resorts and casinos has continue to attract tourists from all over the world. Apart from that, Macau also boasts of a startling natural beauty with its calming waters and soothing beaches.

 

Where to go in Macau

Macau is home to various bustling resorts and high-end casinos. It is also a hub a of architectural marvels and historic landmarks. Here are some of the most popular tourist locations in Macau:

 

The Ruins of St Paul's Cathedral: The sprawling ruins of St Paul's are one of Macau's famous sites. This cathedral in its heyday was one of the largest Catholic edifices in all of Asia. However, time the great leveler, an unfortunate fire in 1835 and the emergence of Hong Kong as the primary trading port caused a wane in the fortunes of this cathedral. It is now a tourist attraction, and visitors can still see carvings, statutes and other attractions that make this building special.

 

Senado Square: This paved town square lies in the center of Macau. Cradled by government buildings, bubbling fountains, this square is a great place for an early morning stroll, and nightlife is even more exciting here as there are stores offering a variety of exciting options lining the square.

 

Macau Tower: This tower is one of the main attractions in Macau. Measuring over 1000ft in height, this impressive tower has an observation deck from which you get an eagle-eyed, panoramic view of Macau. The tower offers attractions for the stout-hearted with Bungee jumps as a feature for those faint of heart, the Tower is stacked with restaurants, shopping malls, and even theaters.

 

What to eat in Macau

Being an amalgamation of Chinese and Portuguese influences, Macau offers exquisite cuisines to please your palate. The native cuisines contain different spices from turmeric to bacalhau. Have a meal while overlooking the whole of Macau at one of the numerous restaurants in the Macau Tower. The Cotai Arena also offers different fast-food joints, bars, and stalls that serve a variety of amazing food.

 

Where to stay in Macau

There are a plethora of luxury hotels in Macau, however, you can still find some pretty budget-friendly options when you booked early. Hotels.com recommends strategic location & budget-friendly accomodations perfect for both business & leisure travellers. Travel worry-free by choosing from 73 excellent hotels with 34003 genuine reviews on Hotels.com. Some of the best hotels in Macau include Grand Lapa, Macau , Hotel Lisboa and Rio Hotel .

 

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