There are a lot of casinos is Macau that's why it is also known as the "Las Vegas of Asia". Every year, tourists flock to the city to enjoy the casinos without knowing that there is so much more to see here than the gambling halls. A traveler will need to stay in this city for more than just a day or two if his or her goal is to enjoy the real beauty of Macau.
Take note of these things to do and places to see to have fun in Macau.
Macau Grand Prix. A week-long of exciting motor sport wherein motorcycle and car races are held every November each year. Each year, travelers visit the city just to see this.
Macau Tower. Macau Tower is one of the most popular destinations in Macau, which is located in front of the Nam Van Lake development and Pearl River. Every tourist will be able to enjoy the magnificent views of the city skyline while in the tower. Anyone will be satisfied as they view the city lights from the observation decks or if the tourist is more spirited, they try out one of the highest bungee jumps of their lives.
Nam Van Lake Cybernetic Fountain. In this location, they hold a mesmerizing show of flowing water with jets that reaches as high as 80 meters. At night, the laser lights adorn the show, while musical shows every couple of hours are held during the day.
Casinos. The top tourist attraction in Macau is their casinos and even the locals flock to these during weekends. Even if you are not a gambler, the casinos are worth seeing. There are so many luxurious casinos here, that it would almost feel like Las Vegas!
Mount Fortress. The Jesuits built this fortress during the 1600s and it was part of the Macau St. Paul's college and church. They were only able to use the canons once, and that was when the Dutch invaded Macau back in 1622. Mount Fort corridor was built at the foot of the hills in order to make it easy for visitors to reach Mount Fortress. There are elevators and access to St. Lazarus Church and Macau Museum.