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Macao makes an exciting addition when you’re holidaying in the Far East or a perfect stopover when you are travelling on to Australia or New Zealand. CLICK HERE for the latest deals from the UK to Macao and beyond.

HONG KONG
Whether you prefer to hit the shops and stock up on electronics and fashion or to take a more scenic approach with views of the harbour from the Star Ferry, Hong Kong and Macao make a natural twin-centre pairing. Further activities on offer include taking the vintage tram to The Peak where visitors can take in bird’s eye views or watching the nightly waterfront light show. The high-speed ferry between Hong Kong airport and Macao takes 70 minutes or, from central Hong Kong to Macao, it takes an hour.

MAINLAND CHINA
Contrasting the Portuguese-influenced sites of Macao with Mainland China makes for a fascinating trip. The mainland’s cities combine a heady mix of tradition and modern living and you can tick off bucket-list experiences such as hiking the Great Wall, walking The Bund and seeing the Terracotta Army.

SOUTHEAST ASIA
Combining the shopping, sightseeing and fine dining of Macao with the laid-back beaches of Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines or Indonesia makes for a well-balanced break. Resorts like Phuket, Pattaya or Koh Samui in Thailand or Bali In Indonesia offer a blissful beach experience with plenty of opportunities to recharge before returning home. For a spot of culture and some exciting cuisine to boot, why not pair Macao with the city state of Singapore or the ancient cities of Vietnam, Japan or South Korea?

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
Consider a stopover in Macao when you are heading Down Under. The glamorous city life and cultural highlights will provide a contrast to the natural attractions of the Antipodean countries. From ornate temples, gourmet cuisine and glitzy shows to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and New Zealand’s Lord of the Rings landscapes, you will be wowed by the diversity of your break.