The 338 metres Macau Tower was ranked second in the world for its bungee jumping site.
An above ground footbridge connects the integrated resorts in Cotai Strip to Taipa Village, an up-and-coming lifestyle destination in Macau.
Restaurants serving a variety of food, from traditional Portuguese fare to Spanish tapas, can be found in Taipa Village.
The traditional Portuguese mosaic pavements in the Senado Square, a UNESCO world heritage site, are attractions on their own and create a distinct atmosphere in Macau.
Senado Square is located in downtown Macau where historic monuments and architecture sit side by side with modern retail facilities.
Rua do Cunha is a popular pedestrian street situated in Taipa Village; it is a stone’s throw from mega-resorts such as Galaxy Macau in Cotai.
The Macao Science Center is a state-of-the-art educational and cultural facility located in Cotai.
Street art has gained popularity in Macau and can be mostly seen in Taipa Village.
Traditional heritage Portuguese houses can be found around the city.
The array of bonsai plants in the Suzhou-style Lou Lim Iok garden boasts elegance and tranquility in the busy city.