Macau

DISCOVER MACAU

Macau, located at the west bank of Pearl River Delta in South China, is the intersection of Mainland China and South China Sea. It is also located at the south of tropic of Cancer. Macau, also known as the "Las Vegas of the East" is easily accessed by ferry from Hong Kong (approximately 1 hours journey).

Macau is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China and, like Hong Kong, benefits from the principle of "one country, two systems". The tiny SAR is growing in size - with more buildings on reclaimed land - and in the number and diversity of its attractions. The greatest of these continues to be Macau’s unique society, with communities from the East and West complementing each other, and the many people who come to visit.

In modern times Macau has developed a world class tourist industry with a wide choice of hotels, resorts, sports facilities, restaurants and casinos. With unspoilt beaches and top class restaurants, Macau can be considered a glorious slice of the Mediterranean tucked away on the South China Sea.

  • Hotel Lisboa

  • Location: Hotel Lisboa, the landmark set in the heart of Macau, is a testament to extraordinary elegance. With its distinctive location and architectu
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  • The Venetian Macau Resort - Hotel

  • Location: The Venetian Macau Resort - Hotel is located on Cotai Strip. It is about an hours ferry trip from Hong Kong. A complimentary shuttle se
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  • Hotel Royal Macau

  • Location: Hotel Royal Macau is an elegant luxury hotel situated on Estrada da Vitoria near the centre of Macau at the foot of the city’s legenda
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Fact File

CapitalMacau

LanguageChinese, Portuguese, English

ClimateSubtropical climate with very hot summers and a rainy period during the summer months. Most rain occurs in the afternoon. Winds can reach gale force and typhoons are not unknown. The best season is autumn (October to December), when days are sunny and warm and the humidity low

CurrencyPataca (MOP$)

VisaA Visa is not required for Irish Nationals when entering from Hong Kong

HealthRecommended immunisation against tetanus, hepatitis A and typhoid

PassportsPassports should be valid for more than six months after proposed date of departure from Hong Kong

Time ZoneGMT + 8 hours