|Traveling to||Macau SAR|
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|Airlines Serving||AirAsia Philippines, AirAsia, EVA Airways, Scoot|
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Just 40 miles west of Hong Kong lies the gorgeous and mysterious city of Macau, filled with fortresses, churches, and unique culinary delights. Macau is an autonomous territory on the southern coast of China that has fought hard to maintain its unique identity. Sometimes referred to as the "Vegas of the East," it's certainly one of the most flavorful and exotic places you can find in China. Flights to Macau land at Macau International Airport (MFM), which is just about 6 miles south of the city. From there you can wander onto the island of Macau and take in the views of the lovely temples and shrines the city is known for.
Macau flights land at the busy Macau International Airport, and from there you can find a variety of ways to get to your final destination. The airport offers limousine service as well as taxis that you can find just outside of the terminals on the arrivals level. There are also a number of buses that run back and forth from city landmarks to the airport—just make sure to consult the bus schedule. And of course you can always rent a car at the airport, which makes sense to do if you are planning to explore the surrounding areas on your own. Vacations to Macau aren't complete without a trip to the ruins of the Church of St. Paul, the most treasured icon in the whole city.
You can find cheap flights to Macau on Travelocity and save up to $537 when you book a hotel and flight ticket at the same time. The city offers an eclectic mix of farms and boat yards, modern Asian influence, and old European charm. Look for inexpensive Macau hotels so that you can have more money to spend on exploring the city.