Flights to Macau

Gambling hub, Macau is more than a mere city. The place is known as one of the best Chinese destination, draws power from Hong Kong and serves as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage City.

Often known as the ‘Vegas of the East,’ Macau is certainly one of the most popular destinations in China. Neighboured by Hong Kong, the city combines the best of both worlds, offering a glimpse into the Chinese culture, while serving as a reflection of how the country has gained prominence in the modern world. An interesting blend, Macau once served as the first of the ports for Portuguese merchants and missionaries. But today, there is more than mere gambling in the city, which is also on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Combining culture and modern makes it a must visit!

There are so many reasons why you would fall in love with Macau. It’s a city of duality, a part of which narrates stories of churches, fortresses and culinary traditions, while the other has a Mediterranean style. At the same time, it is the only place in China, where you can gamble- legally! Close to Macau is the small island of Coloana, where you can enjoy a traditional twist to the Chinese styles. This is where you will find luxurious villas and castles.

The region, which was handed back to China only in 1999 has reinvented itself in the past decade. Today it is the fourth richest territory in the world. The House of Dancing is one of the best places to visit in Macau. Showcasing a spectacular performance, which can compete with Cirque du Soleil, the place offers a whole new experience. Then, it is the AJ Hackett Macau Tower, which is known for reigning as the supreme bungee jumping in the world. You can jump from 233 metres here and enjoy a thousand jumps! The panorama around here is quite engaging.

Macau Maritime Museum is another destination to visit. The glossy time capsule provides equal emphasis to Chinese sailors and Portuguese Explorers, ensuring that it gives an accurate insight into the history. But it is the Hac Sa, or the black sand that takes breath away. While it has sparse facilities, it does manages to cast an impression with a breath of fresh air away from the main city.

The best time to go to Macau is during spring, when flights are available from major airlines like Thai Airways. Macau International Airport is also served by airlines like Cathay Pacific, Air India plus Thai Airways and China Eastern for connecting flights. Jet Airways also serves in the region.

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