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Arriving in Macau

Cheap flights to Macau make it possible for all travellers to visit Macau -- one of China's most popular destinations -- without spending a lot of money. Macau flights land at the Macau International Airport, which is located on Taipa Island - a short distance away from the centre of Macau. Once your Macau flight lands, you have several different options to choose between for transportation to the city. For example, your hotel might provide a shuttle from the airport; check and book before you leave for your flight. You can also rent a car to get around Macau, or take a taxi or one of the public buses to get into the city.

Getting around Macau

Macau offers many public bus routes to get around the city. The public buses are very inexpensive, but can be a slow method of travel in high traffic hours. Avoid the early-morning and evening commute times and hop on during the off-hours for a smooth, comfortable ride around town. Aside from the public buses, many of the big casinos and hotels offer shuttle buses that trek from destination to destination - it's an easy way to go hopping from casino to casino. There are also plenty of taxis operating within Macau. If you're looking for a local-like experience, try renting a scooter to navigate around town - or just walk it! Macau is small enough to get around by foot. 

Main attractions in Macau

Macau is an extraordinary playground for adults. The city's casinos are Macau's main attraction, such as the Venetian Macao, which is the world's biggest casino (and one of the world's largest hotels). The Venetian Macao offers thousands of gaming options, so it's likely you'll want to stop in to see the spectacle, even if you're not a gambler. You can also stop into some of Macau's other casinos - like the MGM Macau, Wynn Macau, or Sands Macau, all offering gaming, entertainment and plenty of great dining options. Aside from the gaming action, you could head to Macau's beaches to soak up the sun, or soak up some culture at the A-Ma temple or Sao Paulo Cathedral. 

Shopping, Dining and Night Life in Macau

Shoppers in Macau will find plenty of choices throughout the city. The Fisherman's Wharf, the Grand Canel Shoppes (at the Venetian) or the many stores at the Four Seasons should have everything you need to fill up a few extra bags for the flight home. 

Macau also features some amazing dining choices. Try Il Teatro at the Wynn for an exceptional Italian meal, or Restaurante Litoral for traditional Chinese cooking. Be sure to try some of the city's trademark almond cookies or Portugese-inspired dishes before you leave. 

If you're interested in an active night life, Macau is the place to be. With the money you can save on cheap flights to Macau, you can enjoy the city's thriving casino culture. Each casino in Macau offers its own distinct clubs and bars. Try the Whiskey Bar at StarWorld, the ABA Bar at the MGM or Club Cubic in the City of Dreams casino for an unforgettable experience. 

Flight stats for Macau - did you know?
  • Macau Airport (Macau, China)
    • Right now, 31 airlines operate out of Macau Airport.
    • Macau Airport offers nonstop flights to 41 cities.
    • Every week, at least 0 domestic flights and 1,015 international flights depart from Macau Airport.

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