Register / Login
UK & Europe
Bali on sale.
USA on sale with Air New Zealand.
UK & Europe on sale.
USA On Sale.
Fiji 1 week sale.
Qantas Global Sale.
Luxury Hawai`i on sale.
School Holidays 2020.
Gold Coast on sale.
Australia Rail – The Ghan.
P&O UK Cruises
2020 Olympic Games.
All on sale.
Club Med - All Inclusive
USA & Canada
South Africa & Middle East
Business Class flights
Special needs or children (2-15yrs) travelling alone?
Stopover or Multi-city? Please fill in this enquiry form.
Need more rooms or children in rooms?
More than ever, Macau offers something old, something new, something different. On any street you may find a Taoist temple and a Catholic Church; European-style pavement cafés and clattering Chinese restaurants.
Sixty-five kilometres out of Hong Kong, Macau is the small yet modernised peninsula to HK’s west. In line with Macau’s zippy city vibes, we’re showcasing 20 Macau hot-spots, described in 20 words or less...
A casino, event’s arena and hotel. The sister casino to the Las Vegas’ Venetian and the largest in the world.
Little Portugal in Macau - and the former meeting place for 16th century Portuguese, with European buildings and Mediterranean-style pavements.
Water-based theatrics by acclaimed director, Franco Dragone. With gymnasts, dancers, performers and motorcyclists held at the City of Dreams Casino.
13th Century Buddhist temple and home to the first treaty of trade and friendship between USA and China. Free admission.
A handsome colonial building and former 1870 military club, now a distinguished Portuguese inspired restaurant. Try the delicious rice pudding with mango.
Only the façade and stairway remain of this early 17th Century Jesuit church. Built to teach Christianity, it’s distinctly European.
Different to Cantonese egg tarts, Macau’s have a crème brûlée burnt top. For the best in town, head to ‘Lord’ Stow’s bake shop in Coloane Village.
Another casino! Macau is ‘the Las Vegas of china’. A hotel too, it’s the tallest and most distinctive building in the city.
Considered one of the most demanding Grand Prix circuits in the world. For both cars AND motorcycles, held annually in November.
It’s nigh impossible to find bad yum char in Macau. Try shrimp dumplings or pork dumpling, rice rolls, congee, pancakes etc etc…
East meets west in Macau's dazzling entertainment complex. Plenty of shopping, restaurants, nightclubs, amphitheatres and an erupting volcano.
Experience Macau's culinary diversity with a food tour. Mixing Asian with Portuguese, try anything from pork buns to chorizo sausage.
Start in China, turn the corner and find yourself in Portugal, in Taipa the narrow Asian streets transform into European esplanades.
233m above ground level and the world's highest bungee jump. Call yourself a Kiwi? Go on, take the plunge.
Once the thrills are over, replenish energy levels at 360° Café on the 60th floor or 180° Lounge on the floor below.
Back to the Venetian Casino for three man-made canals and a gondola - complete with singing gondolier; in both Italian and Mandarin if you're lucky.
Shop designer labels with complementary Nam Van Lake views. Located on Avenida de Sagres, open until 11pm and midnight on Saturdays.
The largest natural beach and a black one at that. On the southeast side of Coloane Island and mixed with some imported gold sand too.
Mostly unaffected by modernisation and the former stomping ground of pirates, Coloane village boasts temples, old junk-building sheds and traditional Chinese architecture.
A historic 16th Century fort with a park, observatory and the Macau Museum. A former military base; perfectly preserved and free for visitors.
Checkout these Macau and rest of Asia deals. Better yet, come in-store and chat with one of our friendly travel experts. We love pairing Kiwis with their perfect holidays!
This is why everyone loves the Philippines.
Thailand's best kept secret.
9 reasons to experience South Korea.
VIDEO FROM HOUSE OF TRAVEL
HOT privacy statement