Macau Tour and Holiday Packages

Macau has been a Portuguese colony until 1999. Therefore, it is a blend of Portuguese and Chinese cultures. This autonomous region on the south coast of China is known for the gambling industry. The official languages of Macau are Cantonese and Portuguese. Hokkien, English, and Mandarin are also spoken. Macau has a subtropical climate. Weather is unpredictable, and rain can turn to the sun in seconds. There is sunshine most of the year. Macau has warm and rainy weather conditions with the distinct humid and dry season due to coastal regions.

Macau Attractions

Taipa Houses- Museum

Considered as one of the cultural relics and heritages of the Island, the Taipa Houses-Museum compri...
Ruins of St. Paul's

Constructed between 1602 and 1640 by Jesuit priests who travelled to Far East with the motive of spr...
Macau Science Centre


Macau Science Center is the one and only science-themed museum in Macau. Its main task is to promote...
The Venetian Macao

The Venetian Macao is an extravagant luxury hotel and casino resort in Macau. It is said to be owned...
Macao Giant Panda Pavilion


Nestled against a hill side in Seac Pai Van Park in Coloane in a very fan-shaped layout of about 3,0...
Macau Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre


Soaring 338m above ground, housing world-class conference facilities, entertainment, leisure, shoppi...
St. Dominic's Church


St. Dominic’s Church near Leal Senado was first built in 1587 by Spanish Dominican priests and...
Senado Square

Senado Square (Largo do Senado) is a public square in Macau. It is located within the central area o...

Macau Travel Stories

20 reasons to visit Macao in 2019!
Macao is often called the Vegas of the East, but as it marks 2019 as the twentieth year of it's return from the Portugue...


Macau is an entirely safe destination for tourists. You can tour freely without bothering about anything. Shopkeepers sometimes try to fleece customers. Macau government takes strict measures to make the city crime-free. Petty crimes do occur, but no severe threat is present here. Women travelers are also safe in Macau.
The Venetian Macao, Senado Square, Monte Fort, Ruins of St. Paul's, A-Ma Temple, City of Dreams resort, Taipa, Coloane, St. Dominic's Church & Macau Fisherman's Wharf are the top 10 tourist attractions in Macau.
No, Indian citizens do not require a tourist visa to visit Macau for a stay up to 30 days. Even if you are coming via Hong Kong, you need to apply for pre-arrival registration for Hong Kong. Indian passport does not require a visa for both Hong Kong and Macau. Hong Kong provides a visa-free stay of up to 14 days.
Pork chop bun, Galinha à portuguesa (Portuguese-style chicken), Almond biscuit, Egg tart, Minchee, Piggy bun, Rice noodle roll & Har gow are the popular foods that you should never miss eating in Macau.
The average temperature during summers in Macau is 28 °C. Summers are very hot, humid accompanied with summer showers and thunderstorms.
The winter weather in Macau starts from Mid-December and ends in February. There is little rainfall during the winter months in Macau. Frost are rare in winter. Days are cold with mild during this season.
You can get taxis from taxi ranks on the lower level outside arrivals. It takes 15 minutes to reach downtown Macau and New Macau Ferry Terminal from the airport.
The local people are hospitable and welcome visitors. They value an easy-going lifestyle. You should maintain modesty while visiting temples and other religious places.