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Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre, Macau

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#4 of 92 in Sightseeing in Macau
Observation Deck Convention Center
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One of the world's tallest free-standing towers, Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre remains famous for its observation deck and a revolving restaurant 223 m (732 ft) above ground. A Hong Kong casino billionaire commissioned the building of this 338 m (1,109 ft) tall tower after seeing a similar one in Auckland. Opened in 2001, the tower featured in several popular television series. In 2006, the father of bungee jumping A J Hackett broke a Guinness Record jumping from the outer rim. The building also houses restaurants, shopping malls, theaters, and an outdoor plaza. Use our Macau vacation generator to add Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre and other attractions to your Macau vacation plans.
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  • The view from the observation deck was pretty amazing! Walking on the portions with the glass flooring can be nerve-wracking but once you get used to the dizzying heights, you will surely appreciate t...  more »
  • The site has a breathtaking view! Not to mention the glass floor that actually of afraid of stepping; but the most impressive are the people who walk on catwalks on the outside of the Tower the worse those who do bungjump!
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  • Tourist Tower has Dan to jump from a height, but bold is so young still not 嘗 to try. But Tower 覽 Macau Wind light. Under the high clinical, you don't have a Wind. In the area, take the car to, very convenient.
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  • The observation deck design is good so you could see not only the views and things down under. You could also see bungee jump people falling which is quite a unique experience.
  • One of the most well managed Towers I have been to. There is no one rushing you - and you can enjoy the views in a peaceful manner. It offers bunjee jumping and sky walks too.
  • great view of the city. stunning experience on the sky walk! staff and security were nice and helpful!
  • Expensive but mostly worth it. The staff is nice and attentive, the food is varied and very good, the deserts are great and the coffee is surprisingly good. I think if it was slightly cheaper it would earn a 5 star. But its good regardless.
  • Good view of Macau city. Some fun high risk games available too. Though I didn't try it haha.

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Where to stay in Macau

Cotai Strip in Macau offers luxury hotels, with famous names providing rooms looking out over the harbor and down into the historical center. Establishments in this area also feature onsite entertainment options and Vegas-style casinos. Look for more affordable options north of Nam Van Lake, where chain and boutique hotels provide rooms with views of the city, the harbor, and across to China proper. Head farther north for lower rates offered by hostels and apartment rentals.
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