Venture beyond the shimmering betting halls and you will be mind-blown by the fact that this small city hides much more than it meets the eye. While you’re enjoying a stay at one of the Macau five-star hotels, take a walk around and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what this region has to offer.
A Haven for History Buffs
Ruins of St. Paul’s is one of the most-visited landmarks in Macau. Located within an 18-minute drive from Hotel Okura Macau, the captivating granite remains of the Church of St. Paul are all that remains here.
A Paradise for Architectural Enthusiasts
Macau’s enrapturing architecture is thoroughly exemplified by the St. Lazarus district – the cobblestone paving that speaks of Portuguese influences and colourful collection of colonial buildings here make for some of the prettiest streets in Macau.
A Place for Sports Lovers
The largest sporting event in the region, Macau Grand Prix, is held each November and this roaring event takes place in one of the most challenging circuits found in the world: the Guia Circuit.
A Foodie’s Paradise
With the culinary legacy of Macau dating back to several hundred years, it is no surprise that its cuisine has evolved by incorporating the flavoursome secrets of many colonist nations who ruled them.