Luxury Macau Tours
Macau (澳门) is famous for the large amounts of scenic spots and historical sites, religious buildings，full of traditional Chinese culture color and rich exotic flavor of Portugal. Since the commercial gaming in Macau is quite prosperous, it is regarded as the Oriental Monte Carto.
" Hi Morgen, I am back to Papua New Guinea last Sunday, clearing my e-mails and catch-up works in the last two days. My apology for the late acknowledgment of the well tailored trip to Shanghai and Huangshan. We enjoyed our trip. I would like to comment you and your team for the professional arrangement. The two (2) guides namely; Jacky in Shanghai and Libby in Huangshan had done an excellent job. Please pass-on my regards to them... Jefferson Lim" » Read More
A Brief Introduction to Macau
At 38 nautical miles (70 kilometers) apart from Hong Kong and 145 kilometers from Guangzhou, Macau was formerly under the jurisdiction of Xiangshan County, Guangdong Province. It later experienced the Portuguese violent occupation, but eventually returned to the motherland on December 20th 1999 as a Special Administrative Region after 400 years’ foreign occupation.
Culture in Macau
Macau's unique historical background feeds the coexistence of Chinese and western cultures where it serves as a bridge facilitating the cultural exchanges between the East and the West. The Historic Centre of Macau crystallizes the combination of Chinese and western cultures, which is embodied in the local life-styles. Whenever a traditional festival befalls, being a Chinese or western one, festivities will be held accordingly.
The best seasons for traveling to Macau
Macau has warm and rainy weather conditions with an obvious division between the humid and dry seasons due to its coastal region location. Spring lasts from April to May, summer from May to September, autumn from September to December and winter from January to March. It’s hot and rainy in summer while cold and dry in winter, warm and foggy in spring while sunny and cloudless in autumn.
Macau Cuisine & Restaurants
Macau is hailed as a paradise of gourmets as it gathers cuisines from different parts of the world; including, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai cuisines. Moreover, its music bars and Portuguese-style cafés won’t fail to attract your attention. Of course, nothing is more appealing than local traditional Portuguese dishes and delicacies offered in the small restaurants, among which the Portuguese egg tarts are the most renowned.
Shopping Tips in Macau
It’s difficult for one to resist the temptations of shopping in Macau as the policies of low tax rate create an alluring environment where excellent products are sold at reasonable prices. Nothing is more popular than jewelries, clothes, toys, curios, antiquated furniture and electronic products in the local markets. In shops where items are not priced differently, customers may ask for a discount. Bargaining is the order of the day in most of the small shops.
Recreation in Macau
Babylon Casino: It is Macau's first Boutique Casino. The design idea of the casino has its root in the superb craftsmanship of ancient Babylon that existed thousands of years ago. Under the backdrop of the blue sky, twelve poles engraved with unique animal totems of ancient Babylon repose inside the casino, at the top of which is a sky garden. All these structures reproduce the original and unique architectural art of ancient Babylon.
Luxury Hotels in Macau
The Venetian Macau Resort Hotel
The Venetian Macau Resort Hotel has top deluxe suites, which upgrades the standard of fashion. The commodious suite has an area of over 70 meters squared, with its grandeur bathroom adorned with marbles imported from Italy. Moreover, the hotel provides you with a good selection of suites so that you can feel at home. The hotel is outfitted with excellent restaurants, noodle shops and 24-hour room services, obviating your fret over delicacies.