"China's Las Vegas" is well known as the only place to gamble in China (legally, anyway). More than that, the former Portuguese colony offers the bright lights of modern entertainment alongside beautifully-preserved historic boulevards, squares and churches along with some of China's most exotic cuisine. Mixing the diverse influences of this port city, Macanese cuisine brings together Chinese and European dishes with flavors from Africa, India, Latin America and Southeast Asia.
Perched atop one of the island's seven hills, the spectacular facade of St. Paul's Cathedral is Macau's most famous landmark and a symbol of the former Portuguese colony. The cathedral was built in the 17th century and destroyed by fire in 1835, ... >>
The oldest Buddhist temple in Macau, the A-Ma Temple is situated at the base of Penhua Hill. Dedicated to the god A-Ma ... >>
Built in 1970, the Lisboa Casino is one of the earliest casinos constructed in Macau. While the island's newer ... >>