Mediterranean style along the coast of China.
This unique destination offers a wonderful blend of fortresses, churches and many culinary traditions that have been left over from their former Portuguese masters that intermix beautifully with the traditions, customs, alleys, temples and shrines of its Chinese heritage. Macau lies 65 kilometres west of Hong Kong and is the only place in China where gambling is legal. Nicknamed 'Las Vegas of Asia' Macau is over-flowing with giant casinos and extravagant malls, as well as the striking 338 metre-high Macau Tower, that provides sweeping city views and is a landmark not to be missed.
Other must see attractions include the city Ruins of St. Paul's, a former screen wall of St. Paul's Church and the Monte Fort, one of the best-preserved forts in the city, and if you are interested in learning about stories on the city's past then visit The Museum of Macau, which is located just right to the ruins. There is something for eveyone in Macau including the food-lovers. Eat your way through a wide range of delicious cuisines from all over the world including unparalleled Macau-style Portuguese cuisine, traditional Cantonese cuisine, exotic food from Italy, France, Brazil, India, Japan, and Korea. make sure you also check out the dim sum, which ranges from almond cake, chicken cakes, cashew cookies, sesame crackers, egg and cheese rolls that are served in the many Portuguese cafés.