Macau, which has been chosen as one of the top 10 regions for travellers to experience in 2015 by Lonely Planet, is a ‘must visit’ for any Far East trip – and some of the many reasons are highlighted in the video ‘Touching Moments Experience Macau’ at www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZitRdrl1t0
Lonely Planet highlighted Macau’s Portuguese heritage, its unique Macanese fusion cuisine and broad range of attractions, from Buddhist temples to glitzy shows and from the world’s highest bungee jump to Michelin-starred dining. It also highlighted forthcoming new transport links and hotel openings including Ritz Carlton and JW Marriott.
Sue Whitehead, UK & Ireland Representative, Macau Government Tourist Office, said: “With its fascinating east-west culture and world-class attractions and infrastructure, Macau should be on everyone’s wish list when considering a Far East trip. It’s a very exciting time too for Macau with a number of incredible hotels opening over the next three years – including the world’s first Karl Lagerfeld hotel – and the world’s longest sea bridge connecting Macau with Hong Kong due to open soon. This will make it even easier for Irish travellers to visit.”