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must do in macau
10 years ago, November 24th 2008 No: 1 Msg: #55449  
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i am traveling in macau with my family during the christmas season. what activities can you recommend? we do not have kids. Reply to this

10 years ago, November 25th 2008 No: 2 Msg: #55512  
I'm going to be there soon...go to see the last show by Cirque du Soleil...should be another amazing one, it's at the Venitian.

Peter

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10 years ago, July 13th 2009 No: 3 Msg: #79267  
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If it is your first time to visit Macau, there are many places interested you should go.
1. The Ruins of St. Paul's: It is the remaining front wall of the Sacred Ruins of the Cathedral of St Paul, a 17th century portuguese cathedral in Macau. The ruins are now one of Macau's most famous landmarks and it was officially enlisted as part of the UNESCO.
2. A-Ma Temple: Situated on the southwest tip of the Macau Peninsula, A-Ma Temple is one of the oldest and most famous temples in Macau. It was built in 1488 and is dedicated to the goddess of seafarers and fishermen Matsu. .is one of the oldest and most famous temples in Macau. Built in 1488, the temple is dedicated to the goddess of seafarers and fishermen Matsu. The temple became of the designated siteds of the Historic Centre of Macau.
3. Macao Casino likes to attract the super-high rollers and it is the Asia's very own Las Vegas to hundreds and thousands of Asian casino devotees. The largest casino in Macau is the Sands Macao which has 277 table games and 405 casino slot machines and video poker games.
4. Museum of Macao: It was inaugurated on the 18 April 1998. It covers a total area of 2,800 meters square from which around 2,100 meters square is exhibition space. It was divided into three main groups corresponding to each one of the three floors of the Museum building: Genesis of Macao Region in the first floor, Popular Arts and Traditions in Macao in the second floor, Contemporary Macao in the third floor.

Anyway, hope you and your family enjoy your tour in Macau.

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8 years ago, September 1st 2011 No: 4 Msg: #142633  
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You can rent a scooter and see Macau as it should be seen!

Scooters are convenient and fun, and you can rent one from <snip>
Simon
[Edited: 2011 Sep 02 10:41 - Jabe:6222 - No URL drops on forums, please.]
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