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Located just across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong, Macau is one of the southernmost cities in China. Having been a Portuguese territory until the late 1990s, the city still has a strong Portuguese influence and culture. Take time to learn about the storied past of this unique city and experience the different cultures collide in what was once a sleepy fishing village. Now, Macau offers fantastic shopping malls and extraordinary casinos, earning the nickname the Las Vegas of Asia. Macau is the number one city in gambling revenue, and people from around the world head to Macau when they want to experience world-class gambling establishments.
Step away from the neighborhoods which house the casinos and step back in time to cobblestone streets and quaint shops, parks, and homes. In this part of the city, Chinese and Portuguese cultures have melted together to create a unique marriage of old-world charm with modern twists throughout. Leave your luggage or bulky bags with Bounce while you explore this fusion of cultures.
Learn more about the various Bounce locations throughout Macau so you can easily access one near you when you are out shopping or sightseeing. Bounce offers a short-term storage solution for luggage and other large bags. By taking advantage of Bounce’s service, you can easily move through the crowded streets or enter museums and other attractions without being weighed down by your luggage or bulky bags. Tourists and locals enjoy using Bounce’s service to keep their belongings safe.
Top Things to Do
Don’t spend your time in Macau trying to figure out what to do and where to go. Macau is a bustling city connected to Hong Kong by the Hong Kong – Zhuhai – Macau Bridge. Take the time to explore many of the attractions or hit the malls and do a little shopping. Learn more about the Portuguese influence on the history of Macau while enjoying a relaxing few days of sightseeing, shopping, and dining.
Whether you are in Macau for a long layover or you plan to stay for a week, you will find all kinds of places to visit and sights to marvel over. Macau offers everything from fantastic temples to meticulous gardens and everything in between. Take the time to soak up some of the heritage that has formed Macau into what it is today.
Ruins of St. Paul: These ruins are of a Catholic complex in the Santo António neighborhood of Macau. The ruins date back to the 17th century when a Portuguese church dedicated to St. Paul built the complex. The ruins are one of the Seven Wonders of Portuguese Origin, and one of the best-known attractions in Macau. Bring your camera and snap photos of the ruins then head to Starbucks for a tasty treat and great views of the ruins.
Macao Museum: Also in the Santo António neighborhood, this museum details the history of Macau from its early days as a Portuguese colony to becoming a popular region controlled by China. Stroll through some of the static displays and take part in the interactive exhibits that let you experience different points in history virtually.
Taipa Houses Museum: This museum is actually a set of houses grouped together to create a unique complex for displaying various exhibits and artifacts. Located in the neighborhood of Taipa, the five houses that are home of the museum were built in 1920 and showcase Portuguese architecture. Wander through four of the houses and then head to the fifth house and browse through the library and store before leaving.
While you may not be coming to Macau to explore shopping districts, a nice perk of spending time in the city is that there are fantastic shopping opportunities. This is especially since Macau is near Hong Kong and all the shopping districts that enormous city has to offer. High-end malls, budget-friendly markets, and one-of-a-kind boutiques make shopping in Macau an experience you do not want to miss.
Senado Square Area: Shopaholics will rejoice when they start exploring Senado Square. Being a main hub of downtown, visitors and tourists gather in search of great bargains. Do a little window shopping, grab a tasty treat at a food stall, or sit and watch people scurrying by.
Rua De St. Paulo Area: Located near the Ruins of St. Paul, this popular piazza plays host to dozens of local shops and eateries. Wander through quaint antique shops, browse through traditional Chinese furniture, check out breathtaking porcelain, and then grab refreshments at one of the cafes or restaurants.
New Yaohan and Macau Landmark: This mall has ten floors of fantastic merchandise from kitschy souvenirs to high-end merchandise. Walk through the different levels, looking at the array of items available. After shopping, head to the food court where you can eat a smorgasbord of international dishes, including American, Japanese, Thai, Chinese, and Italian.
Whether you are adventurous or not when it comes to cuisine, you will find something tasty and delightful while staying in Macau. If you are not a fan of authentic Chinese fare you do not need to worry about going hungry, Macau offers international fare from several different cultures. While you do not have to be adventurous, you may want to keep an open mind and give some of the local dishes a try.
Fine Dining: When you enter Dynasty 8, you will feel as if you have stepped back in time. Ornate décor and old-world ambiance greet you as you are shown into one of the eight private dining rooms. Each private dining room represents a different dynasty: Han, Ming, Qin, Qing, Song, Sui, Tang, and Yuan. Try one of the specialty dishes such as braised bird’s nest with king Boston lobster or fresh whelks in wasabi dressing.
Local Fare: The city’s Portuguese roots come out in full force at O Santos. Friendly staff and flavorful dishes await you at this crowded, authentic restaurant. Sit back and enjoy the ambiance while waiting for your meal or sip a fragrant Portuguese wine and converse with some of the locals. Be sure to save room for dessert: scrumptious Portuguese pastries paired with an excellent dessert wine.
Pub Fare: Macau has its fair share of bars and pubs scattered throughout the city. Bar Patuá is a great place to meet new friends, embrace the culture, and partake in classic pub cuisine. Order a signature cocktail and enjoy traditional bar snacks and dishes such as crispy fried chicken wings, truffle potato croquette, and crispy fried spring rolls.
The price for luggage storage in Macau is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Macau which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Ruins of St. Paul, Historic Centre of Macau, Macau Tower and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Macau.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Macau. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Macau where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Lord Stow's Bakery and Café, Cafe e Nata Margaret's, and Lord Stow's Bakery. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Macau are The Venetian Macao, Hotel Lisboa, and Sands Macau.
Macau offers several scenic parks including Lou Lim Leoc Garden, New Yuanming park, and Lilau Square.
You can find local tourist information at Wang sha shan huan jing zi xun zhong xin Ecoteca da Mong-Ha.
If you're looking for a good museum in Macau, we recommend Macau Science Centre, St. Dominic's Church, and Mandarin's House. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Macau's most popular historical attractions including Historic Centre of Macau, Pinewood Battery (Deserted), or Tung Lung Fort and monuments like Portas do Cerco, Statue of Jorge Álvares, or The Oriental Arch. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Ruins of St. Paul, Pinewood Battery (Deserted), or Tung Lung Fort.