24. Macau Tower- This 338-meter high tower in Macau is popular for many things; the best being world’s highest bungee jump, an enthralling skywalk experience and night bungee by AJ Hackett
25. Taipa Houses Museum- One of the best places to visit in Macau. It’s a complex of 5 houses where 4 are museums for colonial artefacts, while one is a venue for various events
26. Dom Pedro V Theatre- Another monument from the Historical Center of Macau, Dom Pedro V was China’s first Western-style theatre. This structure has seen more than a 100 years of various artistic performances
27. Macau Museum of Art- The largest and only museum dedicated to arts in Macau, this 5-storey museum has been open for public and is a major tourist attraction since November 2008.
28. The Venetian Macao- Made as a sister to Venetian Las Vegas, this hotel is world’s 7th largest building in terms of floor area, is world’s biggest casino, and Asia’s largest single structure.
29. City of Dreams- Situated opposite to Venetian Macau, City of Dreams has on offer some amazing hotels, grand events and shows, and some of the best casinos on the Cotai Strip.
30. Sir Robert Ho Tung Library- Named after one of Macau’s rich businessmen and great philanthropist, it is a part Macau’s public library system and is housed in a Plaza of architectural, historical and cultural value.
31. Studio City- Asia’s first hotel and casino resort to bringing together iconic TV and movie elements with gambling in hotels. This is a must-visit place in Macau.
32. Hac Sa Beach- Macau’s largest beach and most renowned for its black sand which it gets from the unique minerals that wash ashore. The best thing about this is that it’s never crowded.
33. Macau Fisherman's Wharf- Macau’s largest theme-based entertainment centre situated at the waterfront, it caters to people from around the world with its more than 70 stores based on various renowned international seaports.
34. Communications Museum- Showcasing the history of the development of long-distance communication and prized components from the invention that changed the course of the history of science on two different floors of this interactive museum.
35. Camões Grotto Park- Largest and one of the oldest parks of Macau, it houses a statue of poet Luis de Camoes who visited the park for inspiration. The park is named after him
36. The House of Dancing Water- It is claimed that world’s grandest water show is performed at The House of Dancing Water theatre. It was launched in 2010, and by 2013, over 2 million people had already watched it.
37. Flora Garden- Situated at the foothill of Guia Hill, this is Macau’s largest park and the only one in the urban area with a zoo. One of the best tourist places in Macau.
38. Handover Gifts Museum- This place celebrates the end of a colonial-era by exhibiting 56 gifts presented to Macau by the 56 ethnicities, all of which are brilliant examples of their styles and culture.
39. Macau Science Centre- Not far from the Fisherman’s Wharf is Macau’s only museum based on a science theme, making it a children’s favourite in places to visit in Macau.
40. Lou Lim Ieoc Garden- Originally part of the residence of a local merchant, Lou Kau, who based it on the design of the famous Suzhou Gardens. The planning and ambience here are spectacular.
41. Nam Van Lake Cybernetic Fountain- Asia’s largest man-made fountain, the main gun shoots water to the height of 80 metres. Through 86 nozzles, and 288 lights, the laser show here is a sensational hit.
42. Macau Giant Panda Pavilion- Spread in 3000 sq. meters, this pavilion was planned to imitate nature in the best way so you can watch the Giant Pandas in their natural habitat.
43. Maritime Museum- Built at the spot of the arrival of the first Portuguese, the building evidently sports a European design and showcases the history of marine industries of Macau, China and Portugal.
44. Lotus Square Park- The gilded lotus that was given as a gift to Macau by China upon its addition to the republic’s SAR. The golden flower makes for a good spot for pictures.
45. Galaxy Macau Hotel- One of the grandest hotels in Macau with over 2200 rooms for visitors to stay in. The hotel’s wave pool and artificial beach are major attractions for tourists.
46. Macau Canidrome Club- The Macau Canidrome Club is the only racecourse here which is dedicated to Greyhound racing, with over 120 dogs running 5 days a week in 16 different races.
47. Heritage Exhibition of a Traditional Pawnshop Business- What was the prime example of a traditional pawnshop and was closed in 1993 because of decline in business, is now a state recognized museum of pawnshop history.
48. Ponte 16 MJ Gallery- Asia’s first Michael Jackson themed gallery and world’s second venue for a permanent exhibition of relics and mementoes of Jackson’s life, music and world.
49. Kun Iam Statue- This golden statue of the goddess of mercy stands on the outer harbour of Macau and looks over the bay. One must add it to the places to visit in Macau.
50. Fire Service Museum- A European styled building and the house to Macau’s Fire Museum, this place has two halls with over 700 artefacts on show related to the historic fire brigade.