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Whether visiting, moving to, or already living in Macau, it’s important to stay up to date with any and every resource tool that can help you have the most comfortable transition, or stay, in the region.
Can Americans travel to Macau without a visa? Yes, as of the time this article was written, Americans with a valid US passport (valid for at least 30 days beyond the date of your intended stay) traveling to Macau for the purposes of tourism or visitation can enter Macau without a visa for up to 30 days.
Flying to Macau from China? Spring Airlines is a Chinese budget airline that serves domestic routes across Mainland China, as well as to some international countries and regions.
My trips to the Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Macau have been nothing short of amazing travel experiences, and that’s why you too should definitely head there when exploring the Chinese Special Administrative Region.
Why You Need To Visit The Historic Centre of Macau! Senado Square, The Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral ...Oh Boy!
Shops, churches, cultural activities, historical monuments, and hundreds of people; Macau’s Historic Centre is a top attraction that you’ll definitely want to visit when exploring the Special Administrative Region of China.
My brief but memorable trip to the Venetian Macau was an extraordinary experience. Opened in August of 2007 and located at the edge of Macau’s Cotai Strip, the 39-story luxury hotel, casino, and bustling entertainment consists of a whopping 3000 rooms, 1,600,000 sq feet of retail space, and 550,000 sq feet of gaming space, thus staking its place as the largest casino in the world!
Whether visiting, working, or living and working in Macau, these links are meant to provide essential information that will hopefully make your experience all the more safe, fun and comfortable.
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