Experience the Cotai Strip, a little bit of Las Vegas in Macau. This section of land reclaimed from the sea is now a destination for prestigious brands, world-class gaming and sensational live entertainment.
Although only 29.5 square kilometres (11 square miles) in size – with a population of some 558,100 people – the Macau Peninsula offers plentiful attractions, activities and entertainment for visitors.
Things to Do in Macau
Concierge Recommends: Macau
The Concierge Team at Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip, shares tips to make your stay in Macau a memorable one—from where to eat traditional Cantonese cuisine to finding the best views in the city.
Four Seasons Macau: Within Walking Distance
When you’re staying on the famed Cotai Strip, the city’s best shops, tastes and views are only steps away.
Things to Do in Macau With Kids
Take a family vacation to Macau, the only place in the world melding Portuguese and Chinese culture.
Join the Extravaganza
Be mesmerized by Franco Dragone Entertainment Group's flamboyant creation of this amazing show that's both beautiful and deeply touching.
A Day at the Races
Racing buffs should head to the Grand Prix Museum to explore the history of the race in Macau with photos, videos, illustrated articles, cups, records of champions and commemorative items.
The symbolic altar of the city, visit the Ruins of St. Paul’s – built in 1602 – for a visceral look at Macau’s Portuguese heritage.