Macau has long been known as a gambling destination, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend all your time at the tables. There’s a whole other world waiting for you outside the casino doors: one shaped by both the rich history of the city, aka the ‘Outpost of all Europe in China’ as Austin Coates wrote, and the modern dynamic of a city flush with unprecedented gambling revenue in the midst of rapid change.
Asia is generally regarded as a low-cost travel destination, but it’ll take some advance planning to get by on the cheap in Macau.
That’s why we’ve prepared an in-depth 3 Day Trip Plan that allows you to survive and thrive in Macau for about $50 US per day.
Keep the sable and cashmere at home, you don’t need to style to shine in this town!
It took the Maven 10 years of mishaps and misadventures to compile this list. Thankfully, you don’t have to make the same mistakes!
A must read for anyone coming to Macau, learn vital info about when to visit, where to stay, and how to avoid all the tricks and traps that torpedo uninformed tourists on a daily basis.
Believe me, in this case, ignorance is definitely not bliss!