Macao is one of the oldest fusion cultures in the world - a unique mix of Chinese and Portuguese heritage. East meets West here and I think they've definitely got the best of both worlds! This ranges from UNESCO World Heritage architecture to traditional Chinese festivals of fireworks and dragon boats, and ultra-modern hotels and nightlife. Plus I would say the Macanese cuisine, with its unmistakable blend of eastern and western flavours, is worth a visit all by itself! x
Visit Lord Stow's Bakery and indulge in their sinfully delicious egg tarts
Macao's name comes from the luck-giving goddess A-Ma and the temple named after her has stunning views across the Peninsula
Catch a show-stopping live performance - House of Dancing Water is one of the best
Make sure to reserve a table at António, one of Macao's most celebrated restaurants, and sample authentic Portuguese delicacies like spicy sausage cooked in brandy!
Meet Kai Kai and Xin Xin, two majestic giant pandas at Macao Giant Panda Pavilion
The panoramic views from 338m-high Macao Tower will ensure you get some unbeatable holiday snapshots - and daredevils can opt for a skywalk or bungee jump to complete the experience
Play the slot machines at The Venetian, Macao's biggest and glitziest casino