Macau

The Fast & the Furious: Macau Drift

Ever wonder why Macau is also known as the Monaco of Asia?

Each year in November, Macau Grand Prix attracts hundreds of racing drivers and riders from around the world to compete at the Guia circuit, one of the world’s hardest street circuits with tight corners, long fast straights, few overtaking opportunities combined with other […]

By |June 30th, 2010|Macau|8 Comments

Dare you jump from Macau Tower?

Edison Chen did it here. Together with New Zealander AJ Hackett, both the celebrity and the Father of Bungy Jumping broke two Guinness World Records at Macau Tower –”The Highest Bungy Jump from a Building” and “World’s Highest Commercial Bungy Jump”. In fact, AJ Hackett designed the two record-breaking bungy jumps and other electrifying […]

By |June 29th, 2010|Macau|16 Comments

Macao Science Center

The state-of-art center was built like a scroll being unrolled, suggesting the dissemination of knowledge and information to the public. With the aim in mind to create a friendly and pleasant environment for promoting the understanding of science and technology to the public, the Macao Foundation invited I.M Pei, a world renowned architect who […]

By |June 28th, 2010|Macau|7 Comments

Rock your way to the City of Dreams

Macau is so tiny that it’s pretty difficult to point out the city on the map. Most of its area comprises of reclaimed land from the sea. In fact, Macau was once an island but land reclamation turned it into a peninsula that borders Zhuhai in mainland China. In the recent years, the area […]

By |June 27th, 2010|Macau|15 Comments

Marvelous Macau

Many Singaporean visitors tend to make a day trip to Macau while holidaying in Hong Kong. After all, it’s merely an hour’s ferry ride between the two popular destinations. However, one glance at our Macau trip itinerary and you’d agree that a day in Macau is definitely too short a stay!

A little geography about […]

By |June 26th, 2010|Macau|13 Comments

Announcement: Win a Trip to Macau!

Win a trip to the Monte Carlo of the Orient, the Las Vegas of the East, the Mediterranean of the South China Sea and the UNESCO World Heritage Site with a culturally rich blend of Chinese and Portuguese influences!
This is a no-brainer contest on Facebook. Test yourself on how well you know about Macau […]

By |June 24th, 2010|Macau|9 Comments