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My Asia Destination Guide help you plan your stay and enjoy every moment, complete with best times of the year to travel, ideas on what to see and places to visit during your stay.
I have also created a special insider information section about Asia to guide you to some of the more unusual places to visit and sights to see whilst there.
On the south coast of China, just 40 miles from Hong Kong across the Pearl River Delta, Macao wears its unique and colourful Porugese-Chinese heritage proudly, with southern European and Cantonese influences resonating through its architecture, customs and legendary cuisine.
One of the region's fastest growing and most exciting destinations, it makes a perfect two or three-night addition to a Far East holiday or stopover en route Down Under.
From exploring vibrant temples to twirling in a figure of eight Ferris wheel above the city lights - hopefully, you will find on here some of the unmissable experiences on offer.
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What's on, Macao
Events and festivals
Macao Arts Festival
Macao International Dragon Boat Races
Feast of the drunken dragon
Macao International Fireworks Display contest
Macao International Music Festival
Macao Grand Prix
Macao's subtropical location offers a pleasant climate year round.
- Best time of year to travel:
January to March is cool and dry, with temperatures dipping to an average of 15c. Summer months can reach up to 30c and April to October can bring occasional typhoons. The sunny, warm months between October and December are the best months to visit, wi
- Currency: Macanese pataca. Hong Kong Dollar also accepted
- Flight time from UK: 12 hours
- Visa and passport information:
UK Passport holders must have at least one month's validity from date of entry, and must be valid for 30 days beyond the duration of visit. UK passport holders can stay in Macao for up to three months without a visa.