embodies the finest of both East and West. A former Portuguese colony, it is
no wonder that tourist attractions include historical catholic churches like
St Joseph's Seminary and Church, St Lawrence’s Church and the famous ruins
of St Paul’s cathedral. Its stone facade epitomizes the integration of Asian
and western architectural styles. A-Ma Temple (from which Macau derived its
name), Kun Iam Temple, and Lin Fung Temple are the three most famous Chinese
temples in terms of age and importance.
Savour classic Macanese dishes, a melting pot of southern Chinese and Portuguese
cuisines, like African Chicken, Galinha àPortuguesa, curried crabs and the
popular Portuguese egg tarts. Macau is also home to popular casinos like Wynn
Macau, Casino Lisboa, Sands Macao and the newly opened The Venetian Macao and
MGM Grand Macau, drawing numerous visitors to try their luck. Book your hotel
in Macau today and Good Luck!
The Guia hotel is located 8 minutes drive from the ferry
and 30 minutes from the airport. It's named Guia hill
which is quiet and peaceful surroundings. During the annual
Macau Grand Prix, it offers a close up view over the Guia
The hotel Landmark is located just 5 minutes drive from
the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal, 15 minutes from the
Macau Convention and Exhibition Centre and 20 minutes
from the Macau International Airport.
The hotel Mandarin Oriental is located on the outer harbour
with waterfront views, close to the main commercial, shopping
and entertainment district, within walking distance from
the ferry terminal and 10 minutes from the international
airport. The Sands casino is faced opposite to the hotel.