Macau Itinerary 5 Days
5 Days in Macau Itinerary
Macao is famous for its casinos and shopping. It's known as the 'Mini Vegas of Asia' but there's a lot that's unknown and undiscovered in the beautiful land of Macao. Yet for the people who wish to pull this off, we have summed up our Macao itinerary 5 days that will let you experience the true colors of the city, beautifully! Gear up!
What to include in Macau itinerary 5 days?
We’ve created a day by day list of must-do things in 5 days in the land of Macao. These are some of the activities and places you can include in Macau itinerary 5 days.
Head straight to Senado Square:
Senado Square or Largo do Senado is pretty much the unofficial shopping capital in Macao. From high-end brands to street shops, one can possibly find everything here. Spread over an area of 3,700 square meters, it is also part of UNESCO's World Heritage List. Macao has some great cosmetics. From fake eyelashes to the strangest lip colors – there’s not much that isn’t available here. The best part though is that they’re actually quite reasonable. There are also plenty of samples being handed out for those who just want to try it! In your Macau itinerary 5 days you should spare some time for shopping at Senado Square it will be worth a visit.
Visit the Grand Panda Pavilion in Macao:
Include a visit the Grand Panda Pavilion in your Macau itinerary 5 days. Watch these cuddly fur balls play, climb over each other & fall all over the place! You can admire them for as long as you like, or simply check out the way they 'eat.sleep.play.repeat'. A ticket here costs only HKD 10 (₹83), you can watch them cutely sleep for hours. You can even visit the panda souvenir store and stroll around the beautiful gardens.
Free Fall From The Tallest Bungee Point In The World:
Jump off the Macao Tower and free fall from 764 feet with the world's highest bungee jump! This one isn't for the weak-hearted because it's an ultimate free fall experience. Not just that, you can test your nerves at the Skywalk. Prepare for a walk on the wild side and stroll around the outer perimeter of Macau Tower 764 feet in the air. With no hand-rail & the walkway is just 1.8 meters wide. Do you have the guts to try it?
Visit The A-MA Temple:
This temple lets you wear shoes, shorts, click selfies & even smoke. The A-Ma Temple is one of the oldest and most sacred temples Macao. Followers believe that you must stay your true self in front of their Goddess. Constructed in 1488, the temple is dedicated to Māzǔ.
Look out for the brass water basin inside the temple. If you're able to make the water vibrate with your bare hands, it will bring you good luck. It is a belief that Macao got its name from this temple. It was initially called A-Ma-Gao, but the Portuguese would call it 'Ma-Cao' and hence, the name came into the picture.
Visit Taipa Village:
Taipa Village is unlike anything you’ve seen in the rest of Macao. So much so that it feels like a different country altogether. Taipa Village is home to the Macanese – (Portuguese Macao) and is strongly influenced by Portuguese culture. There are loads of quaint little restaurants lined up in the village. You can cycle through the streets, grab a durian flavored popsicle or just walk around soaking in all the Portuguese culture.
A visit to Taipa Village is always recommended on Macau itinerary 5 days and leaving Macao without getting a slice of this iconic spot would be a crime.
Best Hotels in Macau for 5 Day Trip
These are some of the hotels added in the past by our travelers to their Macau itinerary 5 days. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.
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