10 of our favourite things to do and see when visiting Macau
There are many reasons to visit Macau. Aside from the luxury casino resorts and fine dining restaurants that have helped put it on the map, Macau's diverse environment suggests that there is a remarkable hybrid culture to discover too. The former Portuguese colony is rich in heritage and rooted in Cantonese culture with influences from Africa, India and Southeast Asia, resulting in a mixed landscape that blends the old and the new.
Accessible by ferry, car or helicopter from Hong Kong, Macau is comprised of four main districts: the Macau Peninsula which is connected to the Chinese mainland; Taipa, the south of the peninsula and major residential centre; Coloane, a less developed area with two beaches and an old village site; and Cotai, the section of reclaimed land between Coloane and Taipa.
Read on to uncover some of the best things to do and see in Macau, and why it is most certainly worth the trip.
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1. Immerse yourself in art at TeamLab SuperNature
TeamLab, an international art collective that was formed in Tokyo, launched in The Ve