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Macau is the Macau Provincial Special Administrative Region owned by the People's Republic of China. It is also known as Macao. It is a small province in Southern China which is one of the Special Administrative Areas apart from Hong Kong. Macau was colonized by Portugal until 1999. It is Europe's oldest colonize in China and set up in the 16th century. Macau's right to rule was transferred to the People's Republic of China in 1999. Macau played a unique role as a liaison between China and the West especially in terms of trade in the middle of the 16th century until the 19th century.
Macau residents use Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese and English languages to communicate. People in Macau are referred to as Macau people and in particular, refer to the mixed ethnics of Portuguese and Han. Macau attractions other than their status as former Portuguese colonies are gambling and casino activities. The most famous gambling game in Macau is the Pai Gow game played on Chinese dominoes. Other gambling activities are also legal in Macau. There are so many boats bringing tourists coming to Macau to gamble mainly from Hong Kong. The ferry service is also available 24 hours daily connecting Macau and Hong Kong by hydrofoil company.
Macau has a subtropical climate that is humid even though it is located in the South Coast region. It has an average humidity of between 75% and 90%. Just like in South China, this seasonal climate is influenced by the monsoon season. The temperature difference between summer and winter is significant in Macau. The average annual temperature of Macau is 22.7 ° C. July is the warmest month with an average temperature of 28.9 ° C. The coldest month is January with an average temperature of 14.5 ° C. The Macau and Hong Kong climate are almost identical because both countries it's close to each other.
Macau International Airport is Macau's main airport. It is an international airport in Macau's special administrative district. It is located at the East end of Taipa Island opened for commercial operation on 9 November 1995 during the Portuguese administration in the region. Since then, Macau International Airport has become a transit hub for people going between China and Taiwan Mainland. It is also a passenger hub for destinations in Mainland China and Southeast Asia. In 2006, the airport operated 5 million passengers while in 2017, the number of passengers increased to more than 7 million passengers exceeding the original passenger capacity at the terminal.
If you come from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, you can take a flight from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Macau. There are several airlines that provide flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Macau International Airport such as AirAsia, Scoot and Singapore Airlines. However, only AirAsia provides direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Macau. Other flights require you to transit at another airport before making a flight to Macau. The cheapest aviation fares offered by AirAsia are MYR 242 for one-way flights. Flights from Kuala Lumpur to Macau will take 3 hours and 50 minutes.
The easiest way to get to the city centre or hotel is by using the shuttle bus available at Macau International Airport. To get this bus, you have to walk towards North from the airport and walk out to the car park and you will find several shuttle buses available there. The shuttle bus will depart every 15 to 20 minutes from 11.00am to 9.00pm.
Macau is known as a vacation spot by tourists in Asia or around the world. There are plenty of places to visit in Macau. You are definitely excited to travel to Macau.
Ruins of St. Paul's
Ruins of St. Paul's is a ruined of the Mater Dei Church built in 1602-1640. It was destroyed by fire in 1835 and the ruins of St. Paul's College is located adjacent to the church. Overall, Dei Meter Church, College of St. Louis Paul and the Mountain of Fortress come from the Jesuit building which can be seen as Macau acropolis. Nowadays. The ruin of St. Paul became a symbolic and a sign to the city.
The Venetian Macao
The Venetian Macao is a 5-star hotel in Macau. Not only that, but there is also one of the most famous casinos among tourists. The hotel is just 3 km from Macau International Airport. Here is also a shopping centre. Visitors who visit the casino stay in this hotel as well. The hotel offers a variety of facilities for all its guests. For those of you who want to gamble, and must visit the casino here.
This Macau Tower is located in Se, Macau. The tower has a height of 338 meters. You have to visit here because this tower is one of the major tourist destinations in Macau. It is a charming place in Macau. In addition, you can see the bungee jumping activity here. You can also try the bungee jumping activities for an extreme experience. You can also enjoy food and drinks at the restaurant there.
Fortaleza do Monte
Fortaleza do Monte is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is located right beside the famous Ruins of St. Paul's in Macau. It is a great place to visit because you can learn Macau's history. While walking in this fort, you can relax at the bottom of the fort. It is made of wood and well covered. You can relax temporarily from the hot weather. You will be served with beautiful views here. You can also see the cannon displayed there.
If you plan to visit Fortaleza do Monte and the Macau Museum, you should visit the museum first as you can use the escalator to go to the museum entrance. When you have finished visiting the museum, you can go to Fortaleza do Monte without having to climb the hill to the entrance. If you do not use the escalator provided, you need to climb high hills to get to the entrance.
Dim sum is a traditional Chinese food prepared with a small size and it is steamed. Dim sum is also often served with tea. You need to try this dim sum while you are in Macau. Dim sum is also available in Malaysia; however, of course, there is a difference between the dim sum found in Macau and in Malaysia. Dim sum is also often eaten with large groups. You can get a delicious dim sum at Tou Tou Koi, 6-8 Travessa does Mastro.
These almond cookies are one of the famous food in Macau. You can find these cookies anywhere in Macau. You will definitely love it. These cookies have a great taste. It is not so sweet. It feels so perfect. You can get these cookies at Pastelaria Chui Heong. It is located in Ruo do Gamboa, Macau. Experience the authentic almond cookies in Macau.
Steam Milk Pudding
This steamed milk pudding is a traditional Chinese dessert just like douhua and pannacotta. It is made of three ingredients namely milk, sugar and egg white. This pudding is very good to eat. You can enjoy the pudding either hot or cold.
Macau Science Centre
Macau Science Centre is located in Se, Macau. The centre of science was built in 2001 and completed in 2009. It is a great science centre at a very reasonable price. There is a shuttle bus at certain times to take you to the nearby jetty. There are about 15 showrooms and each has different topics like train, space, DNA and more. Macau Science Centre is a great place to visit for a weekend getaway with your family and children.
With the flight and ticket package available at Traveloka Malaysia, you can visit Macau more easily and cheaper. Choose a variety of tour packages that we offer, and modify as you like to get the combination you want.
Day 1 Tour Ideas
1. Arrive at Macau International Airport. Take a bus or taxi to the hotel and take a break.
2. The first destination is the Macau Museum. You can see the uniqueness of history in Macau.
3. Then, pay a visit to Fortaleza do Monte.
4. You will definitely want to try the famous food in Macau, Dim Sum.
5. Return to the hotel and relax.
Day 2 Tour Ideas
1. Wake up early for breakfast. You can enjoy dim sum as a breakfast meal in Macau.
2. Get ready for the Ruins of St. Pauls'. The old church that has been a famous tourist destination.
3. You can try out famous food in Macau like almond cookies. It is readily available throughout Macau.
4. In the evening, you can gamble in the casino found at The Venetian Macao.
5. Return to the hotel and relax.
Day 3 Tour Ideas
1. Wake up to breakfast at your hotel.
2. Get ready for the Macau Science Centre for a weekend getaway with family.
3. Then, go to Macau Tower.
4. You can also try the steamed milk pudding.
5. Return to the hotel and relax.