Macau SAR Vacation: Coronavirus Information
Most Macau SAR hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
For more information about the impact of COVID-19 on your Macau SAR trip, please visit our Coronavirus Information page (opens in new window).
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Macau Hotel + Flights
On the southern coast of China, Macau has earned itself the title of the “Las Vegas of Asia.” Tourism drives the local economy in this special administrative region of China, with a strong gambling industry drawing hopeful punters from around the world.
Macau Hotel + Flights
Here at Expedia, we’ve come up with plenty of ways for you to save. Start by bundling your hotel and flight bookings into a Macau Vacation Package. We have 84 hotels to choose from starting at $28 a night. You can also add other bookings and get an even better deal. Want to rent a car, go on a tour or find an experience unique to the area? No problem. How about viewing the bright lights of Macau at night on an open-top bus tour?
Your Macau Vacation Itinerary
Day 1: Touchdown at Macau International Airport, check in to your hotel and get stuck into exploring. Senado Square, the Ruins of St. Paul’s and Mount Fortress are all close together and well worth a look.
Day 2: Learn more about Macau’s history at the Mandarin’s House. Originally owned by prominent literary figure Zheng Guanying, this residential complex features a blend of Western and traditional Chinese architectural styles. Don’t miss the Moorish Barracks or St. Lawrence’s Church too.
Day 3: For unbeatable views, head up to the observation deck at Macau Tower. Take in the stunning skyline and treat yourself to a buffet lunch. If an adrenaline rush is what you’re looking for, sign up for a bungee jump and plunge off the edge of this 764-foot-tall building. It’s the highest commercial bungee jump in the world.
Macau celebrates its National Day on October 1 each year. While the largest festivities are held in Tiananmen Square in China, you’ll find fireworks, dancing and other ceremonies in Macau as well.
The Cotai Strip is the Macau equivalent to The Strip in Vegas. If this sounds like the place you want to be based, browse our Cotai Vacation Packages and start planning your stay.