With the Macau often called the Las Vegas of Asia, you know you're in for a good time here! The dazzling and bright lights of the casinos are something you simply cannot miss -- Macau is known as the gambling capital of the world for a reason. Of course, there is more than just casinos here, at the Historic Center of Macau you can admire monuments and other fantastic sites. Senado Square is also where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll around the shops, admire the heritage sites and absorb the atmosphere from one of the cafés. If you are looking for a vacation filled with fun, heritage and fantastic food, Macau is the place to be!
Top things to do in Macau include visiting the Ruins of St. Paul, which overlooks Senado Square. You can also admire Mount Fortress, which boasts artefacts from the 1600s. A-Ma Temple is a stunning site and is the oldest temple in Macau, built way back in the 1400s. If you are feeling lucky and want to do some gambling, visit the popular Grand Lisboa and the Venetian Casino. Visitors also love to wander around the Venetian Hotel, where you can explore down cobblestone streets, along the canal and admire the city of Venice. You can even enjoy a gondola ride! There's also fantastic shopping here, with a wealth of luxury designer brands and speciality stores. To see some giant pandas, head to the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion.
There is everything from luxury casino resorts to budget hotels in Macau, which are near to all of the action in the historic city center.
The most popular time to visit Macau is during the fall months when the temperature is pleasant and there's less chance of rain and typhoons.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Macau. The warmest months in Macau are May and June, when temperatures reach 96 ˚F. The coolest month is December, when temperatures drop to 47 ˚F. The wettest month in Macau is August with 16.47 inches of rain, while the driest month is December with 0.27 inches of rain.
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