9 things to do when coming to Macau

Bungee jumping, enjoying Portuguese food or visiting the world’s largest casino is a great experience when visiting Macau (China).

1.Bungee jumping at AJ Hackett Macau Tower

AJ Hackett is 338 meters high and is the 10th tallest tower in the world. There are casinos, restaurants and entertainment areas. One of the most prominent activities here is bungee jumping from a height of 233 m. It is the highest commercial bungee jumping spot in the world. If you do not have the courage to do bungee jumping, you can experience the glass walkway outside the 57th floor.

2. Enjoy dinner with Portuguese food:

From the mid-16th century to the early nineteenth century, Macau was governed by Portugal, so Portuguese culture had a strong influence on Macau. Many Portuguese settled and opened restaurants in this special administrative district. Here, guests can enjoy romantic dinner with attractive dishes

3. Enjoy Portuguese egg tarts

One of the dishes to try in Macau is Portuguese egg tart. This dessert is not the same as the traditional Cantonese cake: the caramel is fresher and the cream in the cake is fuller, the crust is crispy. The most famous is Lord Stow’s Bakery in Coloane. The bakery is a tourist attraction in Macau and is always in a state of burning.

4.Take a tour of the museum

Small city with an area of 30.5 km2, but there are 23 museums. Due to the unique history of Macau, visitors can find both Eastern and Western historical monuments here. Among them are cultural heritages, tourist attractions or museums, such as the Grand Prix museum, maritime museum or wine museum.

5. Visit a casino

Known as the “Las Vegas of the East,” Macau has 33 casinos. You can find different casinos with hotels or resorts around every corner of Macau, especially on the island of Taipa, where new casinos are constantly opening. Among them, the Venetian is the most famous casino and also the largest casino in the world.

6. Take a photo at the monument of St. Paul

St Paul’s Cathedral is a popular tourist destination of Macau. Monuments include the university and the church were built in 1583. However, after three fiery fires in 1595, 1601 and 1835, the church suffered serious damage. But the miracle is that after years of construction and fire, the huge facade and the front staircase of the church are still intact.

7. Enjoy a local meal at the small restaurant

In Macau, visitors often visit the luxury restaurants in the hotel, serving the famous Portuguese cuisine, leaving many small local restaurants called “Cha Chaan Teng” neglected. But the food of these restaurants can bring a special surprise to the guests.

8. Watch the Grand Prix

Grand Prix Macau is a race car that is held for four days in November each year. The racetrack is Macau’s narrow streets with narrow corners, many obstacles, attracting some 300 top Formula One drivers each year. It is also the most distinctive and demanding race track in the world.

9. Watch the show “The House of Dancing Water”

The theater has a water music stage with 2,000 seats, and a central lake containing over 14 million liters of water. The combination of ballet, spectacular acrobatics, splendid costumes and special effects of the theater will give visitors an unforgettable moment.