Despite its glamourous image Macau is also a relatively safe place to travel. However, as with any tourist spot, it pays to use your common sense. People are friendly and courteous enough but be wary of scam artists, unscrupulous taxi drivers and pickpockets. Also be informed about local customs and behave accordingly. The Chinese New Year is one of the most popular festivals in Macau and it is celebrated with much pomp and fanfare.

Since Macau thrives on tourism, English is widely spoken in areas where tourists frequent. In other parts of Macau, Cantonese is widely spoken. It is quite easy to get a tourist visa to Macau. In fact citizens of several countries can actually enter Macau visa-free and yet others (with a handful of exceptions) can avail the visa on arrival facility.

If you are into adventure sports then Macau Tower will give you enough adrenalin rush to last a lifetime. With a plethora of exciting activities to choose from, Macau Tower is the adrenalin junkie’s dream come true! Whether you want to sky dive, bungee jump, practice sky walking or put your Spiderman skills to the test by actually climbing the tower, Macau Tower offers it all!

The tower is open from 10 AM till 9 PM on weekdays and 9 AM – 9 PM on weekends. Tickets cost about 17 USD for adults, 8 USD for kids and senior citizens. VIP packages and tickets for adventure activities are separate.

Apart from these places, there are also other nice spots to visit in Macau depending on your budget and time. Fisherman’s Wharf, A Ma Temple and Kun Lam Statue to name a few.

If you are wondering where to head over for your next vacation, don’t hesitate to choose Macau. It is one of the hot and happening places in South-East Asia. There are several travel agents who offer many different tour packages to Macau which you can customize according to your requirements. You will surely enjoy yourself and have a whale of a time! Bon voyage! Find out more at Here