6 Reasons to Visit Macau

Hong Kong-Macau adventure is always a good start for everyone who wants to travel abroad. It’s transportation system is very accessible, it’s relatively small, easy to navigate and it has a wide array of destinations to offer tourists worldwide.

In this article, I will help you sort out your Macau itinerary. I will give you 6 reasons to why you should visit Macau as soon as possible!

Coloane

Number 1 on our list is Coloane – a less touristy spot situated at the bottom tip of Macau. You can take a bus and in just an hour, you’ll be able to reach the quaint province. I initially thought it will be a little boring but we ended up liking the quietness and subtle beauty of this town. From beautifully-structured churches to picturesque lakes, you will surely enjoy some down time here.

Read the full article here: A DAY IN THE COLOANE COUNTRYSIDE

A-ma Cultural Village

This beautiful village is nestled on top of a winding road secluded from the bustle of the city. You can ride a free shuttle found at the bottom of the mountain.

At the foot of the village lies a breathtaking view of the city below – Instagram-worthy I’m telling you!

Read the full article here: LOST WITHIN MACAU’S TEMPLES AND WILDLIFE

Lord Stow’s Bakery

The original boulangerie is located also in Coloane. Don’t forget to dry and spend an hour or two in their lovely stores. Having hospitable Filipino crew is also a big plus.

Read the full article here: A DAY IN THE COLOANE COUNTRYSIDE

Pandas

Who doesn’t love seeing pandas being their naturally clumsy selves in a natural-looking habitat? No one, I know. We all can’t resist their undeniable charms. If you have a particular liking towards this cute creatures, you can visit the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion on your way back to Taipa.

It also has reindeers and other animals that will ignite your love for nature.

Read the full article here: LOST WITHIN MACAU’S TEMPLES AND WILDLIFE

St. Paul's Ruins

Senado Square

Of course, who wouldn’t miss their most famous tourist destination? Senado Square is visited by thousands of people every single day. You can literally lose yourself in their narrow alleys flocked with food and fashion stores. You can also climb up and down the winding stairs to see everything from the ruins to the fortress that will give you a 360-degree view of the city.

Read the full article here: THE MULTIFACETED MACAU

International Food Festival

Macau Food Festival

Held every November 10-26, this food festival will surely make your stomachs full and your mouths water. With all foods from different places and cultures, this gastronomical event is a must-experience!

Read the full article here: TAIPA IN TECHNICOLOR