If You Are More In Chasing The Dollars Then Macau Is The Place For You To Relish Gaming and Leisure!!

Do you ever dream of visiting Las Vegas? Do you think there is any other place better than Las Vegas? Did you visit Macau? Are you planning a trip to Hong Kong this summer? Is Macau at the top of your list? Do you love gambling? Do you know anybody who has witty mind and a great gambler? Have you ever asked him/her to visit Macau once? Do you know they can have their career in gambling there? Do you know it’s the only place where gambling is legal?

Many of you have a dream of visiting Las Vegas once in their lifetime but how many of you are able to fulfill your dream of visiting the place. Have you heard of Macau? Do you know the place is called as the “Las Vegas of Asia” and you know why; Because of the posh hotels and innumerable casinos.  Macau is the world’s largest mecca of gambling and glitz.

Travellers who are indulged in gambling and other glitz are mostly found in Macau and for them it’s their second home.  The place is a hub of thrill, excitement, lighting and features the biggest casinos in the world and that’s why the place is one of the most popular travel destination for travellers.

Macau is one of the most densely populated cities but the place has many other things to offer apart from The Venetian (Casinos). So if you are planning to visit Macau then at least you have 3 or 4 days in your hand to explore the place.

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Let’s check out some of the amazing places of Macau where you can spend your all day and create bundle of memories:

Ruins of St Paul

Well even after having innumerable Casinos all around, Macau has to offers an extensive range of visiting destinations to its visitors and Ruins of St. Paul is one of that places. It’s a beautiful church built-in 17th century and brings you more close to Macau culture and history. The place has its own charm after the sunset when the city lights are up and the whole place is illuminated.

Senado Square

Senado Square is one of the most popular places for celebration Macau and is known as urban center of the city. The place was introduced at the time of Portuguese and the whole place is drafted with wave pattern colored stones. The place is a must visit in Macau as it offers you to explore the culture, tradition and celebrate occasions with local people.

Venetian Macau

The one solo reason people visit Macau is “Casinos”. The Venetian Macau is the world biggest Casino and if you are looking for a place of entertainment in Macau then the Venetian is all set to welcome you. The place is a great blend of luxurious amenities, entertainment and attractions. So, are you excited to move into the gambling world and experience the world closely?

Macau Tower

The Macau Tower is one of the highest towers in the world and the 8th highest in Asia. It is 338 meters above the city and you will get an amazing view from the below as the place is covered with lights all around and you have to hold your head up to seize the view of the whole tower. You can also take the panoramic view of the Macau city and enjoy the breathtaking moment.

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