Altira Macau towers over the northern side of Taipa – at 160 metres high, it’s the tallest building on the island. More intimate than its neighbouring casino-hotel complexes, Altira is often favoured by those wanting a quieter Macau experience. Just over two hundred guest rooms offer panoramic views of the... more »
Right in the heart of the entertainment district, the Sands Macao hotel-casino megacomplex is a destination unlike any other, offering fine dining, world-class entertainment and premium gaming. Within easy distance of Macau’s top attractions, it is destined to impress all who stay. Opened in 2004, the glittering landmark rises off... more »
The stunning Venetian is one of the most-visited casino complexes in Macau. Gamblers come to try their luck while being swallowed by a blinding mix of elegance and excitement, where the house is always ready to play. Modelled after its namesake in Las Vegas, the Venetian Macao is exotic, luxurious... more »
A shining gold beacon rising off the main strip, Wynn Macau is one of the best hotel-casino complexes on the peninsular. If exclusive shopping, fine dining and world-class entertainment take your fancy, head to the award-winning Wynn Macau, where elegance and luxury come to play. Wynn was the first Vegas-style... more »
So you’re off to Asia… Double the fun by adding in a little side trip nearby to make your holiday all the sweeter, without even having to tack another country onto the itinerary. Here are a few of our favourite Asian side trips that have proven to be the perfect holiday combo. Wind down on the sunny shores of Phuket.Bangkok, ThailandBest side trip: PhuketMany savvy travellers pair a Phuket jaunt with their Bangkok holiday. [...]
With Chinese heritage, Portuguese influence and a modern age of American investment, Macau is the very definition of ‘east meets west’.
One of two Special Administrative Regions of China (the other being Hong Kong), Macau draws a crowd for one main reason: its glitzy casinos.
Welcoming some 30 million tourists per year – most pouring in from mainland China – you may not have thought much about Macau, but it’s definitely worth a stopover.
Jump on the ferry from Hong Kong and you could meet Macau [...]