Visit the ruins of this famous 16th-century church
Take the cable car up Guia Hill to stroll the Walk of 33 Curves, a 1.7km leisurely and picturesque walk past old military canons and fortresses.
Experience Portuguese culture, including the famous egg tarts
Food & Wine
Top things to do
Weather to go
Macau has a subtropical climate with distinct wet and dry season and can be quite humid. The warmest time of the year to visit is July, the coolest January. Macau’s rainy seasons is from April to October, and typhoon season is from July to September.
Low season falls during Macau’s winter (December to February) when temperatures are cooler, and Autumn is high season for travel to Macau.
Best places to stay
See the best places to stay in Macau here.