Macao Government Tourism Office

With Macao being VISA Free for most nationalities, come and stroll along the narrow streets and through the colourful squares of old Macao to see beautiful Portuguese architecture alongside centuries-old Chinese temples and gardens.  Shaping the newfound landscape are the fascinating neon-lit precincts, offering sophisticated shopping centres, gigantic international hotels and resorts, ritzy restaurants and entertainment venues with colourful spectacular shows such as “The House of Dancing Water” and the “Dragon’s Treasure”.  Relax at the affordable exotic pool decks and day spa’s or be adventurous and attempt the highest Bungy Jump and Mastclimb in the world at the AJ Hackett recreation facilities. One of the joys of visiting is to explore and sample the unique Macanese Cuisine, a tantalising mix of European and Asian delicacies, traditional or contemporary, including the famous egg tarts – a justifiable dessert to a wonderful menu of places to see and things to do in Macao.