SUSTAINABLE AND ECO-HOTELS IN Macau

THE 8 MOST ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE HOTELS IN Macau according to ETIC Hotels

Altira Macau

  • City: Taipa
  • Score: 98%
  • Price from: £69.19

21.1
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.8
/ 10
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The Countdown

  • City: Cotai
  • Score: 96%
  • Price from: £32.71

36.3
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.6
/ 10
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City of Dreams - Morpheus

  • City: Cotai
  • Score: 96%
  • Price from: £129.57

43.6
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.6
/ 10
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The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel

  • City: Cotai
  • Score: 90%
  • Price from: £59.76

25.9
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9
/ 10
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Galaxy Macau

  • City: Cotai
  • Score: 83%
  • Price from: £50.95

23.5
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.3
/ 10
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Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central

  • City: Cotai
  • Score: 83%
  • Price from: £56.61

29.7
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.3
/ 10
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The Parisian Macao

  • City: Cotai
  • Score: 83%
  • Price from: £43.4

42.4
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.3
/ 10
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Nuwa

  • City: Cotai
  • Score: 81%
  • Price from: £0

42.4
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.1
/ 10
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COUNTRY PROFILE

Macau

  • Official Name:Semi-autonomous, special administrative region of China

  • Capital:Population 612,000

  • Population: Area 23.8 sq km 9 sq miles

  • Area: Major languages: Chinese mainly Cantonese, Portuguese both official

  • Major Languages: Major religions Buddhism, Christianity

  • Major Religions: Life expectancy 81 years men, 87 years women

  • Life expectancy: Currency Pataca

  • Currency: Macau

Things to see in Macau

  • Macau€™s Edible Icon These days Macau has become something of a pilgrimage for pastry lovers. Based on the Portuguese pastel de nata and adapted for Macau by an English pharmacist turned baker named Andrew Stow, they now sell around 13,000 of these tarts per day at Lord Stow€™s Bakery located on Macau€™s scenic Coloane Island. With their flaky pastry crusts, delicious egg custard centres and crispy crème brulee tops, they taste twice as nice when piping hot. A must eat food in Macau!R. do Tassara, Macau

  • Courtesy of Dragone Entertainment World€™s Largest Water Show If you€™re looking to be entertained in Macau, look no further than its longest running and most successful show, The House of Dancing Water. The production, the world€™s largest water extravaganza, has been quite literally making a splash in Macau for over six years and is so good that even locals return to watch it time and time again. Created by renowned theatre producer Franco Dragone, the show is 90 minutes full of high-energy, mind-blowing stunts, stunning scenery and features some of the world€™s greatest acrobats, dancers, divers, actors, and motorcyclists. With a stage that frequently converts from a solid floor to a giant performance pool, you€™ll be wondering how they pull it all off.City of Dreams, Macau

  • A-Ma Temple Although there are a number of traditional Chinese temples to visit in Macau, perhaps the most famous is the A-Ma Temple, believed to be the temple where Macau€™s name is derived from. It€™s the oldest temple in the city and is dedicated to the goddess Mazu, protector of seafarers and fishermen. The temple consists of the Gate Pavilion, the Memorial Arch, the Prayer Hall, the Hall of Benevolence, the Hall of Guanyin, and Zhengjiao Chanlin (a Buddhist pavilion). The variety of pavilions dedicated to the worship of different deities in a single complex make A-Ma Temple an exemplary representation of Chinese culture inspired by Confucianism.Rua de São Tiago da Barra, Macau Peninsula

When to visit in Macau

  • Macau climate from April to October is rainy. May is the rainiest and July to September is the typhoon season. Autumn and winter, especially mid-October to December, are recommended as the best visit times.