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Macau, China Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 58
Total Sleeping Rooms 29,683
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 4,001
Committable Meeting Rooms* 108
Convention Center Space 4,645 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 37,353 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 37,301 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate MOP 2,565
Average Daily Meal Cost MOP 959
Average Weekly Car Rental MOP 1,531
*Maximum for a single hotel

Macau, China Things to Do and Attractions

Taipa Houses-Museum

Comprised of five Macau-style greenhouses built in 1921, the Taipa Houses-Museum is one of Macau's most important cultural spots. Renovated in the 1990s by the government, the houses now serve as a reminder of colonial Portuguese style influenced by

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Macau Museum

Dedicated to the history and culture of Macau, the Macau Museum features three levels of exhibitions and objects telling the story of the region. The museum focuses on Macau's origins, religion, popular arts and traditions, and contemporary life. The

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Macau Tower

Located at the Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Center, the 1,108-foot-high Macau Tower is one of the highest free-standing towers in the world. Visitors to the tower can take in the city skyline view from its observation deck, take an

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Macau Science Center

Dedicated to providing science education to adolescents and its visitors, the Macau Science Center features 12 hands-on galleries on space, robotics, food science, acoustics, genetics, ecology, and more, as well as a dome-shaped 3D planetarium. The

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Macau Fisherman’s Wharf

Situated along Macau's outer harbor, the city's Fisherman's Wharf is a large leisure and entertainment complex with a variety of casinos, hotels, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Families stroll along the promenade, frequenting the area's

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The House of Dancing Water

Families frequent The House of Dancing Water, a water-based stage production at the City of Dreams resort. The exciting show is put on in a state-of-the-art, 2,000-seat theater with a stage pool holding 3.7 million gallons of water. Performances are

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A-Ma Temple

The oldest temple in Macau, the A-Ma Temple was built in 1488 to honor Mazu, the sea goddess who blesses fishermen. Today, the temple still showcases classical Chinese architecture and culture, along with a variety of pavilions influenced by

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Lou Lim leoc Garden

Built in the 19th century by a wealthy Chinese merchant, the Lou Lim leoc Garden was restored by the government and opened to the public in 1974. The beautiful garden, enclosed by a high wall, features narrow paths winding through groves of bamboo

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Ruins of St. Paul's

Standing adjacent to the Macau Museum, the Ruins of St. Paul’s includes the front facade and stone stairs, the only remains of the church that caught fire a third time in 1835. Once the largest Catholic church in East Asia, the ruins today are an

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Casinos

Macau is the only place in China where gambling is legal, so it's home to approximately 40 luxurious free-standing casinos, or casinos housed in all-inclusive resorts. Macau rivals Las Vegas with such highlight casinos as the sprawling Venetian

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Shopping

With all the gaming high-rollers and convention delegates present in Macau, shopping abounds. Well-heeled shops tending to be around every corner and in most of the casino resorts, including the MGM Grand and Venetian. The one-million-square-foot

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Senado Square

Senado Square is a large public square in Macau and part of UNESCO's World Heritage List, as it makes up a portion of the historic center of Macau. Around since the Ming Dynasty, today the square is flanked by traditional Chinese restaurants and

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Rubochon au Dome

Grandly situated in a vaulted glass dome in the Grand Lisboa Hotel, Rubuchon au Dome is known for its contemporary French cuisine with Asian influences, sweeping views of Macau, and sparkling crystal chandelier in the middle of the dining room.

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Saffron

Sophisticated, modern Thai cuisine is on the menu at Saffron at the Galaxy Macau Hotel. The spacious restaurant plays soft Thai music, which serves as the perfect backdrop to its authentic dishes. Saffron is open daily from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm.

La Paloma

Nested within the Pousada de Sao Tiago hotel along the southern tip of Macau Island, La Paloma serves fine Spanish and modern Catalonian fare. Guests dine in the upscale restaurant amid views of the Macau harbor. La Paloma serves lunch daily from

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