Cheap flights from Macau

Macau, or Macao, is officially Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. It is the only other special administrative region of China, along with Hong Kong. Macau is bordered by Guangdong to the north and the South China Sea to the east and south. It measures an area of 30.3 square kilometres, is the most densely populated region in the world, and is one of the richest cities in the world.

Where to go

Ruins of St. Paul's - Once in Macau there was a 16th-century complex that contained the St. Paul's College and a 17th-century Portuguese church dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle, called the Church of St. Paul and also referred to as Mater Dei. The ruins of this complex are now one of Macau's most popular landmarks, and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A-Ma Temple - A-Ma Temple is one of the oldest and best known Taoist temples in the region. Built in 1488, the temple was erected on the southwest tip of the Macau Peninsula, and is dedicated to the goddess of seafarers and fishermen, Matsu. The A-Ma Temple comprises of six main parts: Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence (the oldest part of the temple), the Hall of Guanyin, and Zhengjiao Chanlin - Buddhist Pavilion.

Macau Grand Prix - Macau Grand Prix is an annual motor-racing event held in Macau, known for being the sole street circuit racing event that features both car and motorcycle races. The racing drivers and riders hail from around the world and compete in different categories of motor-racing. One of the Macau Grand Prix' main features is the Macau Formula Three Grand Prix, where the winner will be awarded the FIA Formula 3 Intercontinental Cup.

The international airport in Macau offers connections to several other major cities in Asia. There are direct flights to Beijing, Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Taipei, Tokyo, Manila, and several others. Bangkok is a popular tourist spot owing to its many sights, attractions, and its overall city life appeal. The city provides many shopping opportunities and is peppered with major historical and cultural tourist attractions such as royal palaces and temples. There are also plenty of dining places to try, and a very famous vibrant nightlife. Singapore is also a very popular destination, with many commercial attractions. It is home to numerous multi-storey shopping centres, the very popular island resort Sentosa, a variety of parks that highlight its natural tropical environment, and more.

There are no direct long haul operations from the main international airport serving Macau. The airport does offer flights to several major international airports such as those in Soul, Tokyo, Bangkok, and Singapore, which serve destinations around the world.

How to get out

Macau International Airport is the primary international airport serving Macau, located at the eastern end of Taipa island. The airport is served by several airlines, including AirAsia, AirAsia Zest, Air Busan, Air China, Air Macau, Bassaka Air, Cebu Pacific, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, EVA Air, Jetstar Pacific Airlines, Jin Air, Juneyao Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Spring Airlines, Thai AirAsia, Thai Smile, Tigerair, Tigerair Taiwan, TransAsia Airways, V Air, and Xiamen Airlines. There are flights from Macau International Airport to other parts of China such as Beijing, Wuhan, Chengdu, Shanghai, Xiamen, and Nanning, as well as to international destinations like Seoul, Busan, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Tokyo, Bangkok, and Singapore.

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