Macau, Casinos and More
By Rory Boland
Now the world number one gambling city in terms of revenue, Macau can boast over thirty casinos, including the worlds biggest at the Venetian. It's estimated that by 2011 the city will be host to well over one hundred casinos.
Macau Travel Planner
Find out about visas, currency and language, all of which are distinctive from Hong Kong. We also look at the best ways to reach Macau from Hong Kong.
Accommodation in Macau
Macau's accommodation options are small, but growing and the arrival of the big names in the casino world has also seen the arrival of some swanky hotels. Find out about Macau accommodation from cheap sleeps to princely palaces.
- Best Macau Hotels For Luxury
- Hostels in Macau
- Guide to Budget Accommodation
- Top Five Macau Hotels for $75 or Less
What to Do in Macau
It's not all Casinos, Macau has done a great job in preserving its cultural heritage, and this former colony is a fascinating mix of Portuguese and traditional Chinese architecture.
- Macau One Day Tour
- Macau's Best Sights
- Spectacular Sights From the Macau Tower
- The World's Highest Bungee Jump
- Try Macau's Famous Egg Tarts
- The Macau Grand Prix
- Portuguese Macau - The Tour
- Fisherman's Wharf Theme Park
- Take in the Cirque du Soleil Show
Food in Macau
Blending the best of two worlds, Macau's Macanese cuisine is the city's great secret offering unique dishes that fuse Cantonese cooking and Portuguese ingredients, as well exotic influences from as far afield as Goa and Brazil. Macau's casinos also boast a number of high end restaurants, including an increasing collection of Michelin Starred eateries.