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One Night in Macau

One Night in Macau June 16, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
By ScubaBeer (Flickr) If you’re short on time in Macau here are some suggestions to make the most of the night. Macau is a great destination for foodies. As you would expect Chinese food predominates but the old Portuguese influence still lingers in the cooking. Taipa is the best area to sample this...

Sample Asia’s Finest Cuisine

Sample Asia’s Finest Cuisine June 16, 2010 | Food | Read More
By Scubabeer (Flickr) Macau is home to some of Asia’s finest dining – but bring your wallet for these restaurants as the bills are anything but cheap. Foodies in Hong Kong love Robuchon, and the Macau venture is also popular. Situated in Hotel Lisboa Robunchon a Galera is renowned for being one of...

Experience The Venetian Macau

Experience The Venetian Macau June 16, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
By wikimedia You can’t fail to see the Venetian on any trip to Macau. It is the fourth largest building in the world by area and the largest single structure hotel in Asia. The resort is modeled on its sister casino – the Venetian in Las Vegas – and it is truly a sight to behold. An average...

The World’s Largest Bungy

The World’s Largest Bungy June 16, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
By LinksmanJD (Flickr) If you’re feeling brave why not have a go at the world’s largest bungy jump?  At 233m it’s not for the faint hearted. You can also enjoy great panoramic views from the top of one of Macau’s icons – the Macau tower (338m). The bungee chain AJ Hackett runs the jump. Jumpers...
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