Macau Hotels and Travel Guide

Macau Travel Information

Situated on the western side of the Pearl River Delta bordering Guangdong Province in the north and facing the South China Sea in the east and south – Macau is an island with two distinctively different faces. Consisting of Downtown Macau, Macau Inner Harbour, Macau Outer Harbour, Coloane Island and Taipa Island, much of the islands beauty lies within the fact that it is accessible, so getting to see it all is easily done.

Expect to find cobbled backstreets, baroque churches and Art-Deco apartment buildings fused with mega modern casinos and soaring hotels.

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  • 10 Best Things to Do in Macau

    10 Best Things to Do in Macau

    Macau (also known as Macao) is one of the most fascinating destinations in Asia with its old-world Sino-European Read More»

  • 10 Best Hotels in Macau

    10 Best Hotels in Macau

    Macau, with its worldwide reputation of being a gamer's paradise, has no shortage of luxurious five-star hotels. All the Read More»

  • 10 Best Luxury Hotels in Macau

    This list of the 10 best Macau luxury hotels has been established for all wealthy travellers looking for an opulent Read More»

  • 10 Best Affordable Hotels in Macau

    Staying at one of the best Macau budget hotels listed below ensures that you will have the opportunity to enjoy a Read More»

  • 10 Best Hotel Discounts in Macau

    Check out our list of the best hotel discounts in Macau, each one available for your next stay in this unique Read More»

  • 10 Hotels Travellers Love Most in Macau

    The 10 best-ranked hotels in Macau on display below are really the cream of the crop. The fact that this listing was Read More»

  • Macau Historic Center

    Macau Historic Center

    Macau is one of the most unique destinations in Asia with its East-Meets-West architecture and culture which coexists Read More»

  • Casinos in Macau

    Casinos in Macau

    Macau has long been Asia’s gaming capital. In the past the casinos were all owned by billionaire Stanley Ho but they Read More»

  • Macau Tower

    Macau Tower

    The tallest building in Macau at a staggering 338 metres high is an impressive structure that stands tall as a mark of Read More»

  • Downtown Macau

    Downtown Macau

    Downtown Macau is the most interesting part of the island. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Sight in July 2005, there are Read More»

  • Taipa


    Originally two separate islands – Taipa, was joined up by excess silt from the Pearl River, in the same way Coloane was. Read More»

  • Coloane


    Known as 'Macau's countryside', Coloane Island is the only part of Macau that truly retains an essence of the past. The Read More»

Macau Travel Guide

Macau Attractions

Macau Attractions

With such a dynamic history, the sights of Macau illustrate the many changing faces of the island. From the arrival of Read More...

Macau Restaurant & Dining

Macau Restaurant

The scope of visitors, entertainment and activity in Macau is reflected in the islands cuisine, whether it is the native Read More...

Macau Nightlife

Macau Nightlife

Macau is a 24-hour city. Beyond drinking and dancing there are many culturally and visually pleasing ways to spend an Read More...

Macau Shopping

Macau Shopping

Macau is a shopping haven, where people come to spend millions on items including fine jewels, exquisite fibers and the Read More...

Macau Activities

Macau Activities

Visitors will be elated by the vast assortment of activities on Macau. The most obvious being gambling. The natural Read More...

Macau General Information

Macau General Information

The gateway between the east and the west – Macau is the richest city in the world. Its sub tropical climate and an Read More...


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