Many of Macau’s oldest and most spectacular attractions have been granted World Heritage Site status by the United Nations, meaning they are of special cultural or physical importance. A must see for all visitors, I’m happy to share the top 25 sites.
The oldest churches in Macau date all the way back to the city’s foundation in the 16th Century. A common victim of fire, only 19 of them still remain today.
Incense and idols, dragons and deities, an in-depth tour of Macau’s delightful temples and shrines.
The Maven ranks all 27 museums in Macau, ranging from three stars (must visits) to zero stars (avoid at all costs).
Click here for an overview of Macau’s best parks and beaches, with highlights that include Lou Lim Ieoc Garden, the Giant Panda Pavilion and Hac Sa Beach.