I will be adding lots of information about Macau and pictures from my trips there.
I am married to a Macanese woman, and have visited Macau many times. I have created this guide to show some of my pictures, and to highlight some of the things to do in Macau. I have only gone through a small percentage of the pictures I have taken in Macau, so I have a lot more to add. I hope you enjoy it and find it helpful. Thanks for visiting
I didn't start this site until after my last trip, so I didn't have a website in mind when I took all my pictures. On future trips I will try to take more pictures, and do more things that will be helpful for anyone planing on visiting. First I am going to go through all my pictures. Next I'll try to remember which restaurants I liked, and also as my wife and her family which they like. After that I will add more about other things to see and do in Macau.
We have been meaning to go back to Macau for a while now, but between a new house and a new job, the next trip kept getting pushed back. The good news is we finally have time, so we will be going back in the fall of 2018. We are going to take a side trip to Japan, and will be pretty busy in Macau too, but hopefully I will have time to take more pictures, and do more things to add to this site.
So you have a day to spend in Macau? You don't have enough time. If you like parks, museums, historical sites, architecture, getting to know a place you are visiting, and just walking around and seeing what makes a place unique, you could easily spend a week here, and not even do any gambling.
If there are only so many temples, museums, parks, and historical sites you can see on one trip, you should still spend more than just one or two days in Macau.
Macau is really hilly, so if you don't like walking (and up and down hills), it will cut in to what you can see and do here. But there is still plenty to do.
If you like to see and do everything, take your time walking around, and also really get to know a place - I would start by planning on a week.
If you don't like to walk, but still want to see some sites, I would plan on a couple of days less. Maybe three, because a lot of what there is to see an do here (other than gambling) involves a lot of walking.
If you only want to see one or two museums and temples, I would cut another day from the week I mentioned.
If you don't need to see any parks unless they are nearby, cut another day.
If you just want to see the best of the main sites, and check out some good views of the city, I would still plan on 2-3 days minimum.
If you like to gamble ... well, they you could stay here a lot longer.