MACAU is an ideal travel destination for Australians and New Zealanders. Whether you’re wanting to be pampered at luxurious spas or stay in ritzy, yet affordable resorts or hotels, be entertained by world-class performers, or even explore the rich culture and history whilst engaged in high adventure activities, Macau has something for everyone.
Macau is a city on the move, but it never loses its unique blend of Chinese and European cultures.
Macanese food, which is a fusion of Portuguese, African, Southeast Asian and Chinese cooking, has gained international recognition after being enjoyed by travellers for decades. In recent years, Macau has become firmly planted on the map as one of the world’s culinary destinations – following an influx of internationally renowned restaurant brands from around the world and celebrity chefs that take Macau’s gastronomic scene to new heights.
Varied shopping districts in Macau range from multi-brand shopping centres to fashion boutiques, from Chinese antique shops to popular daily flea markets can surely fulfil the shoppers ‘desire. Visitors can also enjoy “The House of Dancing Water”, the world’s largest and most spectacular water-based show directed by Franco Dragone, at the City of Dreams. For a thrilling adventure, why not try the Sky Jump or Skywalk at the 338 meters high Macau Tower or add health and wellness to their list at the largest integrated wellness centre of its kind in the world, the Malo Clinic Spa, all these exciting attractions can be found here in Macau.
Macau is accessible by air direct to Hong Kong or many stop-over flights through the Macau International Airport, meaning you are only 15 minutes from the furthest hotels. You can also transfer by sea via ferry services from Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and parts of China within 60 minutes.
Incidentally the SkyPier at Hong Kong International Airport makes air-to-sea transfers to Macau a breeze. Services from Hong Kong Airport to Macau operate from 10am to 10pm daily.