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Where to stay in Macau

Exploring Macau

The small, humble islands of Macau have always been popular with Chinese tourists, and recently they have caught global attention thanks to the impressive resorts and casinos that have been built here. The islands still manage to maintain their traditional charm however, with strong Portuguese influences from the colonial era. There are also areas of natural beauty with quiet beaches and calm seas where you can escape from the bustling tourist resorts.


Accommodations in Macau

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Macau is the San Tung Fong Commerical Inn South Wing, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended The Ritz-Carlton, Macau in Macau as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out Galaxy Hotel and Grand Lapa.


Sightseeing in Macau

- Cotai Arena


The imposing and modern Cotai Arena has over 15,000 seats on several levels allowing it to hold huge events such as basketball, tennis, boxing, rock concerts, and even the annual Miss Macau Beauty Pageant. It’s well-equipped to deal with crowds and offers several fast-food restaurants, bars, and merchandise stalls on each level.


- Senado Square


In the center of Macau you’ll find the impressive Senado Square which has intricate paving, imposing government buildings, high-end stores, and fountains making it a great place for a stroll day or night.


Transportation in Macau

Macau International Airport has regular flights arriving from across Asia, including major hubs such as Bangkok and Shanghai. It’s based in the north of Tapai, making it a short 15 minute taxi ride from the center of Macau. There are also regular cheap, reliable shuttle buses which stop at the major hotels, as well as ferry services for those traveling to Hong Kong and the surrounding areas.


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