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Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre

South Bay New Reclamation Area, Macau, China
853-28933339
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From the moment you step into the glass-fronted elevator, you are in for a treat. Soar up the tower to a breathtaking 223 meters in under 60 seconds. Phew! Watch Macau take shape beneath your feet as you travel up. There’s so much to see – the Macau skyline changes so quickly. Enjoy amazing 360° views from the level 58 Observation Lounge over a “Cafe on 4” coffee, and treat the kids to a tasty ice cream or a soft drink. Then take your Macau Tower experience up another level! A serious adrenaline rush awaits you on the level 61 Adventure Deck. Take an outdoor Skywalk, or Bungy Jump from the tower with world-famous A.J. Hackett’s Urban Adventures. Do you dare?
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  • Average15%
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 21:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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South Bay New Reclamation Area, Macau, China
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Macau tower is the tallest structure in Macau allowing you a view from the top and has added attractions like sky walking and bungee jumping (at a steep cost). One good thing about this place is very fast elevators taking you to the top (56th...More

Thank Prashantshahmumbai
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ten years ago I wanted to go up this tower, this year I was able to do so. I enjoyed the glass floor on the indoor observation deck, nice views of Macau. The outdoor deck is a bit too warm for me, I hope I...More

Thank DauphinJonas
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We booked a high tea experience in the revolving restaurant at the top of the tower. it was a great experience enjoying some great food with great views of Macau.

Thank FamilyTravellerSG
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

For the best spot for a view across Macau and into China, what better place to pick than the Macau Tower. Whiled thrill seekers can walk outside on the tower top or bungy-jump courtesy of that free spirit that is AJ Hackett, the rest of...More

Thank Robert W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I guess this is where you go if you only have a few hours to experiencce Macau. You can certainly see most of it from here and parts of Mainland China. And there are plenty of attractions and entertainment opportunities in the building at the...More

Thank Stephenbkk20156
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a famous and Tallest tower in Macau to experience the amazing view of Macau, HK and China from Top. Charges there to visit on top ~100HKD for tower and about 3500HKD for Bungi. If you are a Bungi lover u must try this....More

Thank YogeshLad
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great view from here and gives you good perspective of the island. For the brave of heart, not me, you can bungee jump a meer 233 meters :)

Thank Justin W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you like thrill of bungee jumping do visit Macau Tower..charges for entry are around 100HKD and for jumping 3500HKD. View is good. Instead of going up if you go to sea side you can see the bungee jumping better from lower view.

Thank Bindu T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Come here just to look see the tower is boring. Go for the extreme, tower climb, bungee jumping or sky walk. Being a scary cat n phobia of heights, I tried the mild sky walk n it's awesome. Great experience ever!

Thank jujuong07
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I highly recommend Macau Tower, it is absolutely a great place to visit with stunning views! Avoid weekends when it is really crowded. It can be fun to watch the bungee jumpers jump off the tower. Overall worth the price of admission!

Thank seahawksteve
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Murali A
What's the cheapest and fastest mode of transport from the Venetian to the tower? What will be the cost? We are a four member family.
6 May 2017|
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Response from sp_aradhya | Reviewed this property |
Free shuttle service of the hotel is the least expensive. However the taxis are not very expensive.
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Eleni E
is it ok if my first bungee jump is the one in macau? because it's supposed to be the tallest one and maybe you should have some kind of preperation before doing a jump this big
6 October 2016|
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Response from 旅好きじいさん | Reviewed this property |
Only limitation is over weight. If you are not, you can.
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apysha
Hi guys, I wanted to ask if there are huge queues to buy the tickets on spot ? Is there any way that I can buy tickets online? As I am not able to find a option of tickets on their official website Appreciate all your help Thank you
22 November 2015|
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Response from Mani K | Reviewed this property |
The number of tickets to be sold on hourly basis is restricted for safety purpose. It is better to have it in advance. Normally the tour operators provide it to you if you are using their services. However when i visited it... More
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