Can you even imagine the most profitable gambling destination in the world, Macau is so rich in its cultural aspects as well? Yes, it’s a destination with a nice fusion of diverse cultures.
Buddhism and Roman Catholicism are the main two religions in Macau. But you’ll also notice that Taoism and Protestantism also prevail in Macanese society to a certain extent.
Languages commonly used
There are two official languages here. Namely, Chinese and Portuguese. But, thanks to the booming industries such as tourism and trade, English is also widely spoken today.
Festivals celebrated in Macau
Macau truly connects the East with the West. So, their festivals too take both the influences. They celebrate traditional ones such as the Dragon Boat Festival and the Autumn Festival, while also giving importance to festivals such as the Grand Parade of Jesus’ Statue.
Macanese food culture
Macanese cuisine shows similarities with Mediterranean cooking and then strong influences from African and Indian cooking styles too. Macau five-star hotels the likes of Hotel Okura Macau serve you the best of Macanese food with many other international dishes and don’t forget this when you are there.