Travelling Macau without visiting the ruins of St. Paul literally means not visiting Macau. It was originally built in the 17th century. Urban centre of Macau and the Senedo square are also popular areas. The world’s largest casino and Asia’s one of the most happening destination is the casino at Macau – Venetian Macau. More than 3000 rooms are suites with 70 sq m of space. More than 350 places for shopping and performers are at all times ready to entertain. A temple dedicated to the seafarers’ goddess, A-MA-GAU is from where Macau got its name. The temple is a must visit too.
The first tourism attraction for fisheries fanatics is the Macau fisherman’s wharf it is an 111500 m park. Soaring to 338 meters above the city is the Macau towers, the 10 highest freestanding towers in the world. The kun Iam statue, St. Lawrence church, Guia fortress, Macau museum, Camoes garden, are few other mention worthy places one can only miss out to regret.