Universally known as the ‘Vegas of China’ this futuristic supercity literally never sleeps. As a special administrative region, Macau quickly became home to a huge gambling scene which follows its own rules.
One of Macau’s most precious treasures is the ruin of St. Paul’s church. Scramble through the rubble of one of the last remnants of European imposed Christianity in China. The church was built by Jesuits to help illustrate the passion of the Christ. After a day exploring the ruins of St. Paul’s, make your way down to Taipa.
Taipa is a tiny but bustling village. In the centre you will find shopkeepers hawking their wares and restaurants galore, the outskirts are filled with colonial buildings of all descriptions. This is the closest you will get to rural China in the Macau area.
If you need a guide on your oriental adventure, hire a local photographer to bring you to the best off-the-grid sights.